Regenerative Therapy For Knee Pain
Have you injured your knee, meniscus, knee cartilage, ACL, or MCL ligaments? Experiencing chronic knee pain due to a past injury or recurring arthritis? If so, then you may want to consider regenerative medicine to help relieve pain associated with your knee injury.
Traditionally, treatment for these conditions usually require surgery such as arthroscopic knee surgery to repair ligaments tears or a total knee joint replacement. This can result in months of rehabilitation, follow-ups, and prescribed medication in some cases.
With recent advancements in healthcare and science, alternative procedures are now more readily available to potentially remedy your knee pain and mitigate the conditions that caused it with a minimally-invasive, in-office procedure. Unlike traditional surgery, the process of regenerative medicine is fairly quick and straightforward, with most patients experiencing very little downtime following the procedure. As a result, they can walk on their feet again on the same day afterwards.
If chronic knee pain, osteoarthritis, or joint pain are limiting your daily routines or preventing you from doing your favorite activities, regenerative medicine may be the right medical procedure for you!
Contact Regenerative Revival today at (281) 475-6656 to learn more about how regenerative therapy may help you in relieving pain in your knees and other important areas of your body.
Does Regenerative Therapy Work For Knees?
Depending on the severity of your knee pain, you may be an ideal candidate for regenerative therapy. It is a viable alternative natural solution towards regenerating your body and mitigating any constant pain you’re feeling on a daily basis.
We highly recommend you consult with a Regenerative Medicine Expert to discuss your specific issues with our team. Although patients experiencing moderate osteoarthritis or pain in the knee, hip, and shoulder are good candidates for regenerative medicine, it is still recommended we work with you on a proper diagnosis.
What Are The Risks of Regenerative Therapy?
With any medical procedure, there are always some minimal risks involved during and after its administration. Common side effects of regenerative therapy have different levels of severity and most of them are relatively short-term such as infection, minor bleeding, and pain from tissue or nerve inflammation. These side effects occur in a very small percentage of patients.
We have also occasionally seen a minor reaction of flu-like symptoms after the procedure is performed. It does not last more than a maximum of 24-28 hours for most people. This is because your body’s cells are triggering its anti-inflammatory and immune systems, meaning it is still adjusting to its new location. From there, it should be able to adjust and the flu-like symptoms will go away on its own. As such, you should avoid taking medicine that stifles the immune system to avoid interfering with the regenerative therapy.
How Much Does Regenerative Therapy For Knee Pain Cost?
The cost of regenerative therapy treatment can vary considerably depending on the individual and their specific goals and needs. Other factors to be considered are the specific treatment, location, and preferences of a doctor and/or practice.
The procedure has gained more and more positive traction over the years, contributing to high research and development costs as well. Unfortunately, some of these costs can be passed down to people who are interested in regenerative therapy. Nevertheless, we will be transparent about our costs and will work with you on a fair pricing plan for the procedure.
Does My Insurance Cover Regenerative Therapy?
Private insurance coverage does not cover regenerative medicine treatments in most cases and patients will usually pay out-of-pocket. While tissue derived allograft and regenerative therapy are currently not covered by health insurance, the average costs can be more affordable than people imagine.
Work with our team at Regenerative Revival today to learn more about how we can help you manage the costs of regenerative therapy.