The phenomenon of a Knee MCL Tears
The medial collateral ligament of the knee (MCL) connects the inside portion of the distal femur (leg bone) to the proximal tibia (lower leg bone) and helps to provide medial knee stability. It is likened to the “duct tape” of the medial knee. The ligament can be overstretched and torn in combination with tears in other parts of the knee or in isolation. Tears can cause pain and lessen stability of the knee which predisposes to further knee injury.
Downfalls of Knee MCL Tears surgery
A Bio-Restorative Stem Cell procedure for a Knee MCL Tears
A Bio-Restorative Stem Cell procedure for a Knee MCL Tears is an ultra-minimally invasive same-day injection procedure designed to alleviate pain, improve function, and improve stability of the knee. In addition to being less invasive than surgery, the procedure conveys less risk of complications and in many cases less downtime. Though it is not covered by insurance carriers, out of pocket costs for this procedure are often comparable to knee surgery when considering copayments and loss productivity associated with surgery.
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