Stem Cell Therapy for Knee Arthritis actually adds new cartilage to the joint, which can act as a “shock absorber” protecting your from and removing bone-on-bone friction. Stem Cells are located everywhere in a person’s body and constant regenerate to various types of tissue such as muscle, ligament, tendon, and organ tissue. Stem cells can transform into cartilage tissue when applied to your knee and as such, reverse the degenerative process of Arthritis.
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.
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