If you have suffered a knee injury or are experiencing knee pain, you know how much it can affect your quality of life. Losing your mobility can have serious effects on your physical health as well as your mental health. Not being able to do the things you love can be a struggle, whether that is outdoor activities and sports, or simply having the mobility to go to family events. If you’re tired of the aches and pains and looking to regain your mobility, stem cell therapy could be the answer you’ve been looking for.
The professionals at Stem Cellutions have years of expertise administering stem cell therapy for a range of joint and pain management. Previously knee pain treatments were limited to steroid injections, physical therapy, partial replacement, or full knee replacement surgery. Stem Cell therapy provides a promising non-surgical option. According to the National Insitute of Health, stem cell therapy produced a substantial amount of pain relief in patients with osteoarthritis in their knees.
Stem Cell Knee Therapy Explained
Think of stem cells as unprogrammed cells, awaiting instruction for what type of cell they will function as. Cells tend to follow gene mapping and adapt to the function of the surrounding cells. When stem cells are injected into injury sites, that is the intended purpose, to provide your body with fresh, unprogrammed cells, so that it has the potential building blocks to repair damaged tissue.
Stem cells also have naturally occurring anti-inflammatory properties that may provide added relief to painful joints. Stem cell injections also help restore mobility because they contain hyaluronic acid, which acts as a lubricant to your joints and tendons. Stem cells are extracted from natural sources that are familiar to the human body, for example, taken from bone marrow. So you can consider stem cell therapy as a simple relocation of resources. Taking resources from a place of abundance, and placing them directly in an area of need!
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How Stem Cells Can Help Relieve Knee Pain
Your body is a wonderful self-healer when given the opportunity. Instead of opting for surgery, which can be both financially and physically damaging, consider the following benefits of stem cell knee therapy:
Stem cell injections contain no steroids; instead, healing occurs naturally due to anti-inflammatory properties like cytokines.
The presence of hyaluronic acid acts as a lubricant, promoting new cell growth.
Minimally invasive, stem cells for knee injections have a much shorter recovery time than most knee therapies.
Avoid costly surgery and extensive recovery periods
Are You Eligible for Stem Cell Knee Therapy?
You will need to consult with a professional about whether or not you are a candidate for stem cell therapy. Your doctor can help you determine the best possible plan for your condition. If you are ineligible, your doctor will assess the other treatments options including:
Partial knee resurfacing
Stem Cells Could Be the Answer to Your Knee Pain
Your knees are some of the most mobile and load-bearing joints in the body, it’s critically important to take as good care of them as possible. Ensuring their good health and function will allow you to retain your mobility and enhance your quality of life as you begin to age.
If you’re suffering from knee pain, consult with the professionals at Stem Cellutions about stem cell therapy for osteoarthritis or injured knees. Stem cell therapy could be the best option for you and could keep you out of the operating room! If you have any questions or are ready to meet with a doctor, call, or book an appointment online to get started on your pain management journey!
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