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Treatment of Joint Degeneration.

Painful joints were often treated with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS), such as ibuprofen or naproxen. These drugs are commonly used to treat the symptoms of arthritis only. Overtime since the actual problem is not being addressed these patients require some type of surgery or even a total joint replacement. Total joint replacements have long recovery periods and are almost never the patient’s first choice of treatment.

Due to the limiting choice of existing treatments, doctors have looked to other ways to effectively treat arthritis and degenerative related joint pain.

Stem Cell Therapy

Don't operate, regenerate!

Stem cell regeneration therapy is a groundbreaking new therapy option for people with different types of joint, muscle, cartilage, ligament injuries, and pain. Before you opt for surgery, consider a less invasive approach to help regenerate damaged tissue through stem cell therapy injections.

One process involves doing a mini liposuction in which doctors cultivate stem cells from your body’s own fat cells and re-inject them into your body, but the quality and quantity of the stem cells may vary depending on your age.

Doctors are now offering a better alternative as opposed to undergoing liposuction to cultivate the stem cells:

Amniotic Tissue Allograph injection. (Amino)

Since joint degeneration involves the breakdown of cartilage, injections involving growth factors, proteins, amino acids, a matrix of collagen (a collective tissue found in the body), hyaluronic acid, and stem cells, all of which aid in the repair of a joint. The combination of these cells create the scaffolding necessary to repair and build new cells and accelerate the body’s healing potential to repair damaged tissue.

Amniotic injections have minimal pain and are completely non-invasive alternatives to surgery.

How are these injections better than surgery?

While some extreme cases may still require surgery, the majority of patients can return to a normal life shortly after the conclusion of the injections.

Once a patient undergoes injections as part of the regenerative therapy program, the patient will begin to see the results. A typical patient is able to return to normal activity shortly after the therapy is completed. This means that patients do not have to deal with anesthesia. They also do not have to suffer through a long and intensive rehabilitation process. The therapy is usually one injection, but sometime will require more. This is something a physician can better explain to the patient on a case by case basis before the patient consents to treatment.

This is a better alternative for people looking to avoid the dangers of surgery, such as infection, blood clots, and organ failure due to invasive procedures.

What can regenerative therapy treat?

Treating injuries with stem cell therapy or Amino can help you avoid dangerous and invasive surgery, but what injuries does regenerative therapy treat?

  1. Knee injuries (MCL, ACL, PCL or LCL sprains or tears
  2. Arthritis/Osteoarthritis
  3. Hip or Labral Tears
  4. Shoulder damage (rotator cuff, tendinitis in the shoulder)
  5. Chronic Neck Pain
  6. Wrist, Elbow and Ankle damage and pain
  7. Achilles
  8. Foot pain
  9. Planar Fasciitis
  10. Lower back pain
  11. Bone fractures that don't heal
  12. Pain derived from diabetes

Essentially, if you have damage to a ligament or lingering pain to a specific joint, regenerative therapy can help. It is non-invasive procedure with groundbreaking advancements.


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