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.
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.
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.
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.
The election results are in and it appears that Republicans dominated the midterm elections. Hopefully, this election will shake up Congress to promote more economic growth. One hot debate is still health care and everyone in America is affected by this issue.
The Chicago White Sox’s star pitcher Chris Sales suffered a flexor strain in his pitching elbow and has been placed on the disabled list. If you saw the picture of him pitching you would cringe at the sight and say to yourself, “that doesn’t look right.” However, Mr. Sales always seemed to have awkward mechanics, which was noted when he was drafted by the White Sox.
The hip is a large ball and socket joint designed to withstand a fair amount of wear and tear via repeated motion. However, this doesn’t mean that it is indestructible or injury proof. For example when you go for a run, bicycling, climbing the stairs or even with prolonged standing can cause repetitive stress or overuse injury to the hip. In particular, these risk factors are associated with hip bursitis.
Living a healthy and independent life is something we hope for as we start to grow older. A young individual may think nothing of climbing up or down a flight of stairs and will most likely labeled this as a mundane task. If you consider an older individual, then this task of climbing or descending a flight of stairs might offer a significant challenge.
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