I had a cortozone injection for my knee a month ago it's the best thing that I have had, knee is so much better now and I can walk with my leg straight for the first time since I twisted my knee two years ago, I wish my first docter had given them to me when I went to him after I hurt my kneeView Thread
Thank you my knee is I improving day by day I am in less pain and I don't need anything wrapped around it at night I was scared to go without anything in case my other knee knocked against it I'm so pleased that at last I am getting some relieve for my knee happy days ðŸ˜ŠView Thread
I have just had a cortozone injection for my arthritic knee as a result of twisting my knee I could feel improvement a couple of hours after I had it done this is the fourth day since I had it done and it's less stiff and I can walk with my knee straight the first time since I twisted my knee 2yrs in July I feel so much better so hopefully I will not need a knee replacementView Thread
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