Cellular Orthopedic Treatment For Knee Arthritis Pain
Degenerative arthritis, occurring in almost half of all adults over the age of 65, is the most common cause of knee pain. Cellular Orthopedic treatment is the most significant technological advancement in arthritis treatment; it includes cutting edge procedures like Cellular Orthopedic Treatment and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy.
Avoid Knee Surgery With Cellular Orthopedic Treatment or Platelet Rich Plasma Knee Injections
Traditional treatment measures like anti-inflammatory arthritis medications may alleviate knee pain somewhat, these measures have not been proven to halt the degenerative process. The knee joint is the most frequently used joint in the body; unsurprisingly, total knee replacement is the most common joint surgery today.
Other traditional knee injection treatments like cortisone or lubricant joint injections may temporarily slow the development of degenerative arthritis, but there are no conclusive long-term benefits and the potential side effects can be unpleasant. Platelet rich plasma knee injections and cellular orthopedic treatment, on the other hand, have fewer potential side effects, and their long-term benefits can significantly outlast steroid knee injections or other traditional treatment options.
Cellular Orthopedic Treatment and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy are used in a wide variety of clinical trials, as well as in a spectrum of Regenerative and Tissue Engineering. These therapies use adult autologous stem cells (the patient’s own cells), eliminating the need for surgery and the disadvantages that come with it, like extensive rehabilitation and downtime or infection.
Orthopedic Surgeon With 37 Years of Surgical Experience & 4 Years of Cellular Orthopedic Treatment
Dr. Sheinkop has performed 20,000 joint replacement procedures and over 400 regenerative medical procedures, utilizing Cellular Orthopedic Treatment and PRP for a variety of knee pain and knee problems. With over 40 years of experience in the field of osteoarthritis and joint pain, he has the experience to provide an accurate diagnosis and a variety of treatment options. If you are looking for a safe, effective alternative to surgery, schedule an initial exam and treatment consultation with expert orthopedic surgeon Dr. Sheinkop.