Knee Pain and Injury Regenerative Treatments

  • November 9, 2022
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Some knee conditions, such as knee arthritis, may be good candidates for regenerative treatment methods. Arthritis isn’t limited to older people, athletes can develop arthritis from repetitive impact and stress through sports like football, basketball, soccer and hockey. Have you injured your knee,  meniscus, knee cartilage, ACL or MCL ligaments?  Or so you have chronic knee pain due to a past injury or arthritis?  You may want to consider regenerative medicine to treat your knee injury.  Traditionally, treatment for these conditions require surgery such as arthroscopic knee surgery to repair ligaments tears, or a total knee joint replacement with months of rehab, and various risks.

With recent strides in healthcare and science, alternative procedures are now available that can potentially remedy your knee pain and the conditions that caused it with a minimally-invasive, in-office procedure.  Unlike traditional surgery, regenerative medicine patients are typically walking the same day, and most patients experience very little downtime following the procedure.

If chronic knee pain, osteoarthritis or joint pain is limiting your daily routine or preventing you from pursuing activities you enjoy, regenerative medicine may be the answer you’ve been looking for!  Regenerative medicine has gained notoriety over the last few years as a new, trusted method to administer a natural, effective treatment for helping alleviate your injuries and avoid surgery.

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