The knee joint is one of the most common to develop significant Arthritis with chronic pain, inflammation, and immobility. The cartilage inside the knee joint progressively breaks down leading to bone-on-bone friction and this friction is a constant source of pain.
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Arthritis is a degenerative process that breaks down the cartilage in the joint. It can wreak havoc in any joint throughout the body causing chronic inflammation and disability. Currently, there is no known cure for Arthritis and many people suffering with Arthritis are recommended for joint replacement surgery. It is possible to fully repair a damaged joint without surgery.
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A rotator cuff injury is often persistent and the healing process last months. In many cases, the shoulder doesn’t fully heal leaving a person susceptible to weakness, pain, and stiffness. In severe cases, surgery for a rotator cuff tear is recommended but I am here to tell you that this surgery can be unnecessary.
Arthritis in the knee is a disabling condition characterized by inflammation, pain, and stiffness. Unfortunately, the cartilage in the knee deteriorates leading to painful bone on bone friction and ultimately, joint replacement surgery is recommended. Stem Cell Therapy for Arthritis helps patients relieve significant knee pain, stiffness, inflammation, and disability.
Arthritis is a painful degenerative condition with no apparent cure and as such, many people with severe arthritis are recommended to get joint replacement surgery. This surgery is extremely invasive and long-term consequences are an unknown. Some patients are left with permanent weakness, stiffness, and disability after their surgery. As a Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation physician with over 30 years of experience, I help patients with arthritis find pain relief and avoid joint replacement surgery.
Many professional athletes are choosing to receive non-surgical Stem Cell Therapy rather than invasive orthopedic surgery after an injury. Stem Cell Therapy has a proven track record as a safe and effective alternative to surgery. If you are considering surgery for ligament or tendon injury, you may want to first consider Stem Cell Therapy.
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