Most people suffer at least one or two knee injuries in their lifetime. This could be an ACL, MCL, LCL, or meniscus tear. Other common knee problems include Arthritis or Tendonitis to name a few. Sometimes, these injuries fail to heal fully and cause great pain and disability over a long period of time. Other times, doctors recommend surgery for a knee injury.
Heal Injuries And Arthritis With Stem Cell Therapy And Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy (New York)
Everyday, I help patients avoid surgery with Stem Cell Therapy and currently, it is the number one non-surgical alternative to surgery. Professional athletes turn to stem cells to avoid season-ending surgery and many athletes credit the treatment as the most important part of their recovery process.
Many of my patients have been recommended for surgery or have tried to leave their knee injury alone to heal itself. Not only is knee surgery invasive but it is also risky. Patients may end up with long-term and unforeseen complications and disabling symptoms after surgery. Allowing the knee to heal on it’s own from a traumatic injury also has it’s set backs as the knee will most likely not fully heal and a person is left with long-term painful and disabling symptoms
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