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.
Stem Cell Osteoarthritis
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.
Bone on bone arthritis is a traumatic condition, one in which, I see many of my patients suffering from. Advanced arthritis not only causes severe pain but also intense disability. For many moderate to severe cases of arthritis, orthopedic surgeons recommend surgery, largely because this is their profession but as a non-surgical specialist, I have treated patients non-surgically for arthritis pain and witnessed tremendously beneficial results.
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