Hyaluronic acid is a substance with a high ability to bind water produced by the body itself. Formed by the cells of the synovial membrane, it is deposited on the surface of the cartilage and improves the elasticity of the joint. However, in worn joints affected by osteoarthritis, there is too little hyaluronic acid, which leads to severe pain. Additional hyaluronic acid can be injected directly into the joint to compensate for the deficiency and significantly reduce pain. Tip: the earlier this therapy is started, the greater the effect!