Arthritis is a common disease afflicting millions of people. When a person has arthritis, the cartilage in the joint breaks down leading to bone-on-bone friction. Such friction causes joint pain, inflammation, and disability. The cure for this disease is currently unknown but there are ways to reverse the degenerative process of arthritis and significantly reduce joint pain and disability.
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
Getting rid of arthritis pain may seem like a pipe dream but new advances in Stem Cell medicine have a high success rate to reverse the degenerative condition of arthritis.
Arthritis pain occurs as a bone-to-bone friction create inflammation and friction in one’s joint. The deterioration of cartilage, which acts as a shock absorber to bone-to-bone friction, is the cause of this pain. Dr. Benjamin Bieber applies non-surgical Stem Cell Therapy to add healthy cartilage to the damaged joint
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