Relieve Knee Pain and Improve Your Quality Of Life With Non-Surgical Knee Pain Treatments
Live a life with enhanced knee flexibility and mobility with our regenerative knee pain treatment plans. Contact us today for further details.
KNEE THERAPIES TO MANAGE PAIN AND IMPROVE QUALITY FO LIFE
Knee discomfort may derail anybody, from young athletes to elderly folks. At our clinic, the skilled team at Orthocure provides natural therapies for knee pain treatment, including regenerative therapy procedures such as platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections. Call or make an appointment today for natural knee pain treatment.
THE BMAC PROCEDURE:
BMAC is a regenerative treatment method that utilizes cells from a patient’s bone marrow to induce healing for various orthopedic disorders such as osteoarthritis and cartilage damage. There is frequently insufficient blood flow, healing capability, and regenerative cells to repair the damage in persistently painful locations. BMAC can give a plentiful supply of regenerative cells capable of replicating into many types of tissue. It offers enormous promise for individuals suffering from moderate to severe orthopedic diseases or accidents. It is most widely used to treat severe arthritis in the shoulder, knee, and hip. It has also shown effective in the treatment of:
Regenerative knee pain treatment; A safe option to avoid surgery
Imagine extending your knee to the point where it stiffens and aches. What if your knee discomfort intensifies and makes you agitated? You may be concerned because of its deteriorating health, and your doctor has previously suggested surgery as a treatment option. Not to worry! Our regenerative therapies might help you fix your shoulder issues without surgery.
The BMAC Procedure For Knee Pain Treatment
BMAC is collected through an outpatient procedure in which a small quantity of the patient’s bone marrow is extracted from the back of the pelvis under local anesthetic to reduce pain. The marrow is then centrifuged to extract a concentration of stem cells, subsequently injected into the patient’s injured tissue to stimulate recovery. The procedure requires little downtime, and patients usually experience soreness at the puncture site for two or three days. Anti-inflammatory medicines such as ibuprofen, naproxen, and aspirin should be resisted at least two weeks after the surgery since they may interfere with healing. To expedite recovery, patients should follow up with a brief physical therapy term. Within six to eight weeks of the surgery, the full effect should be experienced.
Knee Pain Treatment - Sub Services
Regenerative cell therapies and PRP may provide an alternative to knee surgery or knee replacement. Orthocure regeneration therapies are non-surgical, non-invasive treatments. To cure knee arthritis and knee-related injuries, treatments give long-term relief from symptoms with minimum downtime and promote recovery in a short amount of time by utilizing your own body's healing capacity. Our patients benefit from decreased pain and improved knee functioning without the need for surgery or knee replacement.
One of the most common and widely known reasons for knee discomfort and inflammation is arthritis. Knee arthritis manifests itself in a variety of ways. Osteoarthritis is the most prevalent, followed by rheumatoid arthritis. Osteoarthritis, often known as wear-and-tear arthritis, is a degenerative disorder in which the cartilage gradually deteriorates. Cartilage acts as a natural protective barrier between the joints. Because of cartilage wear and tear, the joint bones scrape against one other and become exposed, causing discomfort and swelling.
Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease in which the immune system assaults the body. It damages the cartilage and softens the bone in the knees. Do you have arthritis pain and swelling in your knees? Are you considering other therapies such as steroid injections or surgery? Our non-surgical regenerative cell treatment is here to help mend the damaged knee and restore mobility.
It's always a pleasure to see the players on the sports field. Their athletic activities will always leave the spectators in awe. The athletes are so flexible that they can leap, run, and dunk easily. However, if you make a mistake when twirling and twisting, you might harm yourself. While certain athletes, particularly those who participate in contact sports, are more prone to meniscus tears. One of the most prevalent reasons for knee discomfort is a meniscal tear. Meniscal injury may affect anyone, irrespective of age or activity level. The damage may not look serious at first, and you may be capable of walking and running with little difficulty. However, depending on the degree of the damage, the knee pain might range from mild to severe. Knee discomfort, if left untreated, might impede your daily activities. Furthermore, an untreated partial meniscus tear may result in further complications.
Have you been suffering from knee discomfort for some time? We understand that knee discomfort can be upsetting and interfere with your ability to function independently. Knee pain is a frequent complaint among individuals of all ages. Early evaluation of knee discomfort is critical to avoiding future problems, particularly in situations of a meniscus rupture. It can have profound implications if left untreated. Meniscus tears can be partial or total. The discomfort can be problematic, and you begin to hunt for ways to alleviate the unbearable ache. This is where our regenerative treatment will help you.
The most prevalent cause of knee discomfort and impairment is osteoarthritis. Smooth articulate cartilage, known as surface cartilage, covers the extremities of the femur (thigh bone) and tibia in the knee joint (shin bone). The second form of cartilage called menisci rests between the two bones and functions as a stress absorber. The knee joint is also lubricated by joint fluid.
Osteoarthritis (OA) begins with the absence or loss of surface cartilage and progresses to include the surrounding bone, tissues, and synovial fluid. With OA, your knee cartilage may decrease in patches or go entirely, exposing bare bone. X-rays, MRIs, and knee arthroscopies can assist you and us in determining the best treatment approach, which may include non-invasive alternatives such as weight reduction programs, bracing, medicines, Viscosupplementation, Cortisone Injection, and supplements.
Current Knee conditions and injuries treated by our Specialist
Osteoarthritis is a disorder that occurs when the cartilage that covers and cushions the joints deteriorates over time. Eventually, the bones previously divided by cartilage brush against one other. This causes tissue and bone deterioration, as well as painful joint symptoms. The most prevalent arthritis is osteoarthritis, often known as degenerative joint disease or osteoarthrosis.
A meniscus tear is a frequent knee ailment. The meniscus is a stretchy, C-shaped disc that protects your knee. Each knee has two menisci (plural of meniscus), one on each side of the knee. The menisci keep your knee stable by distributing your weight over the knee. A torn meniscus might cause your knee to malfunction.
Ligament problems (ACL, MCL, PCL, LCL)
Ligaments are fibrous strands that keep bonds together and allow your joints to move. Common ligament injuries comprise anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) damage, medical collateral ligament (MCL) injury, posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) injury, and lateral collateral ligament (LCL) injury.
Bursitis (Bursitis of the Knee)
Bursitis of the knee refers to swelling of the bursa that lies between the front of the kneecap (patella) and the skin. A bursa is a fluid-filled sac that shields and lubricates areas of the body that are prone to friction. Such regions include between two or more bones, between a tendon or ligament and a bone, and between bone and skin.
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BENEFITS OF KNEE PAIN TREATMENT
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SANDRA LEWIS, GREATER MANCHESTER
GEORGE FALCOM, KILKENNY
KEN BRENDON, MONAGHAN
MELISSA BARRY, CO CORK
SK6 8DR United Kingdom
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Most frequent questions and answers
Is there any risk of adverse effects from your regenerative treatment?
Our regeneration therapy is an entirely risk-free process. Aside from the potential adverse effects that might occur after any injection, such as localized discomfort, infection, and so on, there are no unique side effects associated with our technique. Because the stem cells and platelets are derived from your own body, there is no chance of rejection. It has far fewer risks and problems than surgery.
What is the primary use of regenerative medicine?
The primary use of regenerative medicine is to eliminate faulty and damaged cells while encouraging the production of new healthy cells. This treatment has the potential to return tissues and organs to normal function.
How does one go about regenerating knee cartilage?
The method, known as autologous chondrocyte implantation (ACI), involves taking healthy cartilage cells from the injured knee, culturing them in a lab for four to six weeks, and then injecting the new cells into the injured joint to regenerate with the neighboring cartilage.
Is PRP capable of regenerating knee cartilage?
PRP speeds up and enhances healing, allowing your body to mend vast quantities of damage that it couldn’t manage on its own. PRP has been found in studies to help restore cartilage that has been damaged by osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis.
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Imagine the possibility where you don’t need pain medication or the need for a medical operation can be sustained or eliminated. There are now therapies available that may increase your body’s natural ability to repair thanks to modern regenerative medicine technology. If you want to learn more about it, please contact us right now.