What is the Meniscus?
A cushion and shock absorber of the knee, the meniscus (medial and lateral) is one area of the knee prone to tearing and degeneration. Composed of fibrocartilage, a healthy, intact meniscus is important for protecting the knee cartilage and properly distributing force.
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A Proven Alternative: Bio-Restorative Non-Surgical Stem Cell Procedure, Meniscus Tears
Traditionally, the only treatment for those with a painful, torn, meniscus tear is painful, invasive major surgery. 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 of the meniscus is an ultra-minimally invasive same-day non-surgical procedure designed to alleviate pain, improve function, and aid in tendon and Environmental Restoration.
In addition, to being less invasive than surgery, the procedure conveys less risk of complications, and in in the case of meniscus much less downtime and pain following the treatment.Patients typically find themselves seeing a difference as early as 6-8 weeks as opposed to an average of 6-8 months or more recovery after surgery.In other words, the Stem Cells from your own body harness your own body’s healing capability to naturally restore, reduce pain and get you back to doing the things you love.
Meniscus Surgery is an Invasive, Painful, Accelerates Arthritis and it just doesn’t Work
The risk for heart attack, strokes, blood clots, major infection, pneumonia, nerve injury, and general anesthesia can be significant. Given the risks, extended pain and recovery process, many find themselves questioning whether surgery is worth those odds.With all these flaws, wonder why Knee Meniscus Surgery is so ubiquitously popular?
Read More: https://nytimes.com/2016/08/04/upshot/the-right-to-know