So I'm two weeks post injection of the left knee and I have to say that it's still tender but less than the right knee. My left knee initially was worse. Doc says I won't really see results until weeks 3 and 4, so I still have some time to make a better call. I'm going to do two shots and if there is no success than I will discontinue. I'm still searching for facilities where my insurance may cover the cost.
I'm also going into Kinetic Physical Therapy. They take a mechanical approach to treating patients. They are movement specialists and biomechanical experts which makes them uniquely qualified to treat any movement related condition. Highly recommend it to runners to stay injury free. After my first visit they were able to identify where my problems were coming from which were the ankles, (who knew ankles could contribute to knee problems), my hips, and glutes. He did a bunch of movements that my two previous traditional PTs did not do and has released a tremendous amount of tightness that all the traditional stretches could not relieve. He believes he'll have me running again.
I'll continue with the injections in my one knee only and along with the Kinetic Physical Therapy I'm sure I'll start seeing some progress and compare the knees. Crossing my fingers!!