Treatment Reviews:  Pain Killers (Analgesic) for Knee Osteoarthritis


Condition Treatment Average Result Healed Helped
a Lot
Helped
a Little
No Change Made Worse
Knee Osteoarthritis
Pain Killers (Analgesic)
3.0
4

Cases  


  • SuzyQD
  • Female
  • 160 pounds
  • 5 Feet 7 Inches
 Helped a little
3 of 3 people found this helpful

Unfortunately, osteoarthritis runs in my family and I inherited my bad knees from my mother's side. I watched as my mother's knees deteriorated over the years and also watched as she refused to undergo surgery-- a big mistake. I swore i would not follow in her footsteps so I took ...

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Treatment Combo:   Anti-inflammatory Medication (NSAID) + Cortisone Injection + Pain Killers (Analgesic) + Walking + Knee Replacement + Ice + Physical Therapy + Stretching Treatment + Heat Therapy + Weight Loss + Diet Management + Exercise + Bupropion Medication + New Shoes
Dates:  January 28, 2005 - Ongoing
Helpful?
  • rsmorphy
  • Male
  • 61 years old
  • 195 pounds
  • 6 Feet None Inches
 Helped a little

Slowly grew worse over years. Currently debilitating with right knee surgery pending.

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Treatment Combo:   Pain Killers (Analgesic) + Strengthening + Cane + Rest + Weight Loss + Exercise + Bed Rest + New Shoes
Helpful?
 Helped a little

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Treatment Combo:   Pain Killers (Analgesic) + Ice + Bed Rest
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  • SuzyQ
  • Female
  • 155 pounds
 Helped a little

I have been diagnosed with osteoarthritis of the knee. I have had the problem for a few years now, even though I have been healthy all my life. I exercise regularly, take calcium, and have kept my weight within a healthy range. However, there is a history of arthritis in ...

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Treatment Combo:   Cortisone Injection + Pain Killers (Analgesic)
Dates:  August 20, 2006 - Ongoing
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