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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ACL, MCL, or LCL tears are common disabling injuries that require extensive treatment. There are a range of treatments most common being physical therapy and knee surgery. In severe cases, surgery is recommended. In less severe cases, physical therapy is recommended but sometimes physical therapy isn’t enough to fully repair these knee injuries and leaves a person with life-long complications. There is now an effective and safe alternative to surgery.
There are many different knee injuries that doctors immediately recommend surgery. In many cases, surgery is largely unnecessary but the doctors are unfamiliar with an effective non-surgical treatment that can help the patient. Stem Cell Therapy is perhaps the best non-surgical treatment to repair a wide range of knee injuries including MCL, LCL, ACL, and Meniscus tears.
There are different options to consider before undergoing Rotator Cuff Tear surgery. Both Stem Cell Therapy and Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy offer effective alternatives to shoulder surgery and can even be used in combination to increase the success of treatment.
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.
An ACL tear is a traumatic knee injury and many surgeons recommend surgery to repair the ACL. This is not the only solution. In fact, this solution, surgery, is an extremely invasive and risky procedure that can leave a person with life-long symptoms and an extremely painful rehabilitation process.
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