Anthony from Australia talks about his recent stem cell therapy for his knee injury. Stem cells are an effective alternative to knee surgery and total knee replacement.
Each year, about 37 million people worldwide have to undergo surgery to repair the tears in the meniscus of their knees. It is an injury that can not be completely repaired without intervention, since the cartilage is not repaired very well. Surgery is also not the answer, since patients who have had surgery often develop arthritis that eventually requires total knee replacement surgery. Stem cells can help regenerate the meniscus to repair the knees naturally and without surgery. The regeneration center also helps to repair the broken meniscus
The clear need for a new approach has led our physicians to develop a unique protocol to allow stem cells to regenerate torn cartilage (arthritic knee stem cells) and repair other lesions such as:
• Osteoarthritis even bone in the bone
• Rheumatoid arthritis
• Runner Knee
• Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) sprain the tear
• Sprain or rupture of the medial cruciate ligament (MCL)
• Sprain or rupture of the posterior cruciate ligament (PCL)
• Patellofemoral Syndrome
• Quadriceps deformation or tear
• Meniscus injury
• Iliotibial band syndrome
• Medial plica syndrome
• Pesanersine bursitis
• Baker's cyst
• Patellar Tendonitis or Tendinosis
• Tendinitis or tendinopathy
• Osgood-Schlatter disease
Our stem cell knee repair protocols focus on the culture and delivery of stem cells for the treatment of articular cartilage lesions, focal defects, and osteoarthritis. Restoration of a fully functional surface of the cartilage with injection of stem cells into the knee has demonstrated the benefit of the procedure. Joint cartilage injuries in the knee joints remain a major clinical problem not resolved due to poor repair capacity of adults. Although there are several options available to repair a damaged joint surface, none can reliably restore the natural integrity of the articular cartilage that stem cells can produce, resulting in limited tissue capacity to withstand mechanical stresses during physical activities throughout life.
our stem cell-based treatments and non-surgical procedures for cartilage repair is an innovative technique in the use of stem cells, including their reduced potentiality with age and disease, as in osteoarthritis with an inflammatory environment, effects from cell aging to sequential expansion, and critical issues of fibrocartilage production rather than hyaline cartilage in the lesion and terminal differentiation with cellular hypertrophy and mineralization leading to the replacement of cartilage by bone using the repair paste the knee of stem cells.
If you have an injury to the knee, meniscus, cartilage, ACL or MCL ligaments, or are looking for knee replacement alternatives then you should consider the center of the region. if you have chronic knee pain due to osteoarthritis (which is also known as "degenerative joint disease" or "wear" or arthritis in the knees), or because of other medical conditions, you may be a candidate for therapy Stem Cell Instead of Knee Replacement
Patients who are facing arthritis, sports injuries, tendons, sprained ligaments, muscle injuries and more will be comforted to know that surgery is not the only treatment option available to them. Faster healing and improved functionality are possible with innovative and state-of-the-art procedures in adult stem cells and PRP. The cost of stem cell therapy for the knees will depend on the injuries to the patients. meniscal tear treatment and cell therapy for arthritis in knees will require 2-3 weeks in Bangkok Thailand.
Stem cell transplants for knee injuries and knee arthritis are not appropriate for all patients. For more information, please contact us today.
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