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The Foot Clinic
34 Billing Road Northampton
NN1 5DQ 


Corticosteroid injections for Gout, heel pain, ankle and knee pain.

Injection Therapies

These are the three main injection therapies available at The Foot Clinic
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Local Anaesthetic

Local anaesthetic, LA, is used to prior to surgery to numb the area to be treated or for pain relief.

We use an LA prior to toe nail surgery for ingrown toe nails. Ingrowing toe nails can be very painful and become infected. You do not need to see your GP for ingrowing toenails as they will tell you to see a Podiatrist. Even if the toe is infected and pus is present you should still see a Podiatrist first as antibiotics are not usually required.

The surgery takes approximately 15 - 30 minutes and is painless as your toe will be numb.

Post surgery you will need to salt water bathe daily and redress. You will be shown how to redress the toe.

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Ostenil Injections

OSTENIL® is a solution containing sodium hyaluronate. It is injected into the space in the joint that contains synovial fluid and works by restoring the normal balance between the breakdown and production of sodium hyaluronate.It contains 20mg/2ml Sodium Hyaluronate.

OSTENIL® is usually given as a course of 3 injections over a period of 3 weeks.

OSTENIL® PLUS contains a higher concentration of sodium hyaluronate, with the addition of mannitol. This formulation offers effective symptomatic relief with a single injection in the ankle or knee and hip joints, and is well tolerated. OSTENIL® PLUS contains 40mg / 2ml sodium hyaluronate, plus mannitol, a free radical scavenger, which helps to stabilise the chains of sodium hyaluronate.

OSTENIL® PLUS is a single injection option.

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Corticosteroid Injection

Corticosteroid Injections:
Ideal for painful heels, interdigital neuritis (Morton’s neuroma), capsulitis and metatarsalgia (pain in the ball of the foot) among other areas and conditions.

Full assessment is required for corticosteroid injections and other treatment options may have to be tried before offering this treatment).

You will be unable to receive a Corticosteroid injection before or 2 weeks after a COVID vaccine.

Guna Injections

The Guna injections are homeopathic medication for osteoarthritis in the foot or knee. Guna can also be used for soft tissue injuries. For more information in full click here.

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Our Assurance

We would like to assure you all injection therapies at The Foot Clinic use local anaesthetic and so make the procedures as painless as possible. The strictest standards of hygiene and sterilisation of any instruments are observed. The injection therapies are extremely safe. However, in order to make an informed decision and give your consent, you need to be aware of the possible side-effects and the risk of complications of this procedure.


This is when problems occur during or after the procedure. Most people are not affected. The possible complications of any procedure involving injections include infection, bleeding, bruising or an unexpected reaction to the anaesthetic.

The exact risks are specific to you and differ for every person. Ask your podiatrist to explain how these risks apply to you.

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