Hyaluronic acid occurs naturally in human skin, builds blood vessels, but is also an important component of synovial fluid, i.e. a substance that reduces the friction of individual elements of the joint, primarily bone epiphysis. This acid binds water very well (has hygroscopic properties), thanks to which it ensures high elasticity of synovial fluid. In addition, it nourishes and hydrates tissues, stimulating them to sustainable operation. When there is too little hyaluronic acid, the synovial fluid thins and the friction between the elements of the joint increases, which results in discomfort or pain. The injection treatment allows you to equalize the volume of acid within the joint, improve mobility and reduce pain. HA acid administered in this way has an analgesic and anti-inflammatory effect.
Administration of hyaluronic acid to small peripheral joints under ultrasound
Administration of hyaluronic acid to large peripheral joints under ultrasound guidance
Administration of hyaluronic acid to the spine under ultrasound guidance