KNEE PAIN – OSTEOARTHRITIS
Pain that tends to be worse with activity, typically has some improvement with rest.
Stiffness – most noticeable in the morning or after prolonged inactivity, like prolonged sitting.
Decreased movement of the joint – deep bends tend to be difficult, including using stairs or getting in and out of chairs or vehicles.
Swelling of the joint, potentially the joint feeling warm.
Audile “cracks” or grinding with movement of the joint.
Stem Cell and Regenerative Tissue Therapy – the body’s internal repair system, go to the site of injury, begin the healing and regenerative process. Have the ability to repair, restore, replace, and regenerate. Find out more – CLICK HERE.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) – An injection of the patients own platelets, in a very concentrated form which naturally promote tissue healing. The injection of concentrated platelets releases growth factors and increase healing of tissues. Side effects are very limited because the patient is using their own cells.
Hyaluronic Acid Joint Fluid Therapy – A natural, non-surgical therapy to reduce pain and inflammation. Hyaluronic Acid Joint Fluid Therapy involves a series of painless injections which help to cushion the knee, adding lubrication to the joint, relieving pain and improving activity tolerances.
Hyaluronan is a natural substance that is found in our joints and synovial tissues. In healthy joints, Hyaluronan acts as a shock absorber and lubricates the joint. In degenerative conditions like osteoarthritis, the Hyaluronan is less abundant and cartilage is worn down.
Hyaluronic Acid Joint Fluid Therapy – WD40 for the human body
Traditional Medicine Injectables – Steroid injections to reduce pain and inflammation.
We may also recommend a knee brace to support the knee and correct abnormal movements of the joint as well as rehabilitation to strengthen the muscles surround the joint, improve walking mechanics, and reduce pain.