Knee arthritis is both common and debilitating!
There are many factors both genetic and environmental that contribute to the disease process. In many cases, patients may have a predisposing knee injury and/or loose ligaments around the knee joint leading to abnormal alignment an accelerated breakdown. Loss of cartilage at the ends of knee joint bones, poorly functioning meniscus, bone spurs and bruising are frequent findings in Knee Arthritis. Often overlooked, the knee joint environment that surrounds all of the knee joint tissues becomes “catabolic” meaning that it contains an increased level of destructive enzymes that destroy the knee joint over time. As the arthritic process continues it is not uncommon to have worn down or tear as knee arthritis progresses. In more severe cases, the bones can “bruise” around the joint and these bruises can become very painful and sometimes need to be treated as well.
Give us a call or email us today at 980-859-2340 or [email protected] to schedule a comprehensive evaluation of your knee arthritis with one of our Board Certified, Fellowship trained Orthopedic and Bio-Restorative Medicine Physicians.
A Proven Alternative:Bio-Restorative Non-Surgical Stem Cell Procedure Knee Arthritis (Including “Bone on Bone”)
Traditionally, the only treatment for those with advanced knee arthritis was knee amputation/replacement surgery as described above. Now, there is a viable alternative option for you. The treatment utilizes your body’s own stem cells and other healing mediators called Autologous Stem Cell Treatment. A Bio-Restorative Stem Cell procedure for knee arthritis is an ultra-minimally invasive same-day Non-Surgical procedure designed to alleviate pain, improve function, aid in healing, Restoration and joint preservation. In addition to being less invasive than surgery, the procedure conveys less risk of complications and much less downtime and pain following the Knee Arthritis treatment.
Knee Replacement Surgery is an Invasive, Risky Painful, Unreliable Surgery
• 30-40% describe themselves as not satisfied at 1 year
• Knee replacement is permanent if it is not effective there are then NO options, including stem cell treatment.
• Risks and complications are serious and significant and include heart attack, stroke, major infection, blood clot, cancer, pneumonia, major nerve injury, and death.