With bone on bone arthritis, the pain and disability can be severe. Many doctors recommend surgery at this point but there is a safe and effective alternative without the risk and painfully invasive procedure.
What if you could grow back cartilage and reverse your condition of arthritis? This would mean no more pain between the joints.
Many patients today are looking for the most advanced treatments in medicine to help them with their arthritis condition. Dr. Benjamin Bieber of Cross Bay PMR applies one such treatment in Stem Cell Therapy to help his patients grow back the cartilage that significantly decreases arthritic pain. Patients are finding increased mobility after one stem cell injection
Stem Cell Therapy and PRP Therapy provide the first ever non-surgical arthritis treatment that reverses the degenerative process of arthritis. Arthritis is a condition where cartilage degenerates causing bone-to-bone friction in the joints that is the source of one's pain, disability, and inflammation. This constant rubbing is a nuisance leaving one in constant pain and unable to do the activities that they may enjoy.
The hard question for people with severe and painful arthritis is how to treat it. In most cases, there is no answer to this pain. Medicine and physical therapy may help soften the symptoms but once that cartilage is gone, does that mean that you are forever to be subjected to the pains of arthritis?
Arthritis is one of those medical conditions that has no cure. It causes millions of people pain is the U.S. every day and medication only goes so far to treat the pain but can't reverse the condition of arthritis.
Arthritis is one of the largest problems in modern medicine because there is not yet a cure. People walk or barely walk around with so much pain in their joints that they just cannot function normally. Until now, there have been no sound treatments other than invasive risky surgery to even impact the pain and degeneration of the cartilage between the joints.
Applying Stem Cell Therapy acts as a safe and effective alternative to arthritis surgery. This non-invasive treatment is accomplished through a simple injection technique under ultrasound guidance. Ultrasound Guidance allows Dr. Bieber to find the precise area where joint damage is occuring and plant the stem cells.
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