STEM CELL THERAPY
FOR Knee Pain
Here you will find everything you need to know about Stem Cell Therapy for Knee Pain
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Stem cell therapy for knee pain has been showing promising results for the last 20 years. However, it is incredible that it is not accepted as the standard for knee pain management despite all the evidence. Here, I will introduce knee pain definition, causes, and how you could avoid knee surgery by getting stem cell therapy.
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What is knee osteoarthritis?
Osteoarthritis is also known as degenerative joint disease, a leading cause of disability worldwide. It is caused by joint inflammation, and the knee is the most commonly affected structure; the main symptom is knee pain.
A healthy knee can flex and straighten without difficulty, thanks to a soft tissue called articular cartilage, which covers, protects, and cushions the ends of the bones that make up the knee. Between these bones, two menisci (cartilage) act as “shock absorbers” for the knee joint. Unfortunately, osteoarthritis wears down this cartilage.
The knee degeneration occurs over time. As the cartilage wears down, it deteriorates and becomes rough. When the cartilage wears out completely, the bones can rub against each other. And, to compensate for the loss of cartilage, damaged bones can begin to grow and form painful spurs.
Knee pain and stiffness are the most common symptoms of knee osteoarthritis. In general, symptoms are worse in the morning or after a period of inactivity. Several factors increase the risk of developing osteoarthritis; some of them are:
The development of the disease is slow, and the pain worsens over time. Although there is no cure, treatment options are available, such as stem cell therapy for knee pain to avoid surgery, stay active, and lead a fulfilling life.
What does knee replacement surgery entail?
(this is the procedure we are trying to avoid/delay with the help of stem cells)
The surgery requires the patient to be entirely unconscious; the surgeon will open the knee up from the front and amputate the bone above and below the joint; a metal prosthesis is inserted into both the thigh and lower leg bones, with a plastic surface between the two to promote smooth articulation. The surgery typically takes several hours. After that, the patient returns to daily activities anywhere from a few months to a year.
While many patients envision knee replacement as replacing a bad part of their car, the reality of side effects and outcomes is different. There have also been several recent studies showing how knee replacement prostheses shed metal and other wear particles into the surrounding tissue and bloodstream.
How effective are knee replacement surgeries?
With the procedure being so widely used, you would think that success rates are incredibly high, so you might be surprised to learn the medical community doesn’t actually have high levels of scientific evidence that knee replacements are all that effective.
So while most people considering knee replacement believe that surgery will eliminate their pain, research indicates that many patients continue to experience significant pain following the surgery.
Is knee surgery the only option to treat knee pain?
Stem cell therapy for knee pain is a one-day procedure that can use your own cells to help with knee degeneration. Stem cells are the body’s repairmen; they act to stimulate the natural healing properties of our bodies, rather than adding foreign objects to replace worn-out joints.
We use your OWN stem cells from bone marrow and inject stem cells into your knees on the same day. Cells will begin working on inflamed and degenerative areas and then start to repair the joint.
We have a patient who suffered from knee pain and had problems running and squatting before starting with stem cell therapy for knee pain. However, after getting treated with stem cells, he has returned to his regular daily routine.
Before he started the treatment, it was tough for him to run even short distances. However, a few days after stem cell therapy for knee pain, he was able to run every week without problem since his knees felt much better. Now squatting or getting down on one knee is an easy task for him!
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