health coach Dr Rahila ke saath.
NYU Langone doctors often recommend nonsurgical options as a first-line treatment for a knee cartilage injury. These include anti-inflammatory medication, physical therapy, and injections into the joint, including steroids; hyaluronic acid, also known as synthetic joint fluid; and platelet-rich plasma (PRP).
- Bracing. We may suggest a knee brace to provide external stability to the knee joint.
- Injections and Infusions. Some medications can be injected directly into the knee to treat your pain.
- Lifestyle Modifications.
- Pain Medications.
- Physical and Occupational Therapy.