Knee Steroid Injections

A wide range of painful knee conditions can be treated with steroid injections, Hyaluronic acid injections or PRP injections.

Knee Anatomy

The knee is one of the large weight-bearing joints in the body so can be prone to things like arthritis and overuse. Previous injuries to your knees may predispose you to arthritis. Poor biomechanics may predispose you to overuse injuries in the knee.

Steroid Injections are a common treatment for pain associated with inflammation in knee joints. It involves using an ultrasound scanner to identify the best location to inject the steroid to reduce inflammation. It is most commonly used in the treatment of knee arthritis, patellofemoral pain and Illiotibial band friction syndrome

Hyaluronic acid and PRP injections are most commonly used in the treatment of knee arthritis. Below are some of the common conditions we treat. 


Osteoarthritis (OA), often referred to as ‘wear-and-tear’ or ‘degenerative joint disease’, is a condition in which the surfaces within your joints become damaged so the joint doesn’t move as smoothly as it should.

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Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome

Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS) is a term used to describe a condition where mal-tracking of the joint or excessive pressure in the joint surface causes pain on activities that load the knee.

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Iliotibial Band Friction Syndrome (ITBFS)

ITB friction syndrome is a painful condition that affects the outside of the knee most commonly with activities like running or cycling.

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Knee Steroid Injection Cost

Steroid Injections

Standard steroid injection £250

Advanced procedure £270

Hyaluronic acid Injections

Ostenil Plus £290

Durolane £335

PRP Injections

PRP injection £330

Hyaluronic acid/PRP combo injection £360