Get Back To An Active Lifestyle With Cellular Orthopedic Treatment For Joint Pain
Orthopedic conditions and disorders affect the muscles, ligaments, and joints. They include ailments, injuries, or diseases that cause hip pain, shoulder pain, knee pain, or foot pain. There are a variety of treatment options for orthopedic disorders, from surgery to far more non-invasive measures like Cellular Orthopedic Treatment.
The most common orthopedic conditions include:
Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease primarily experienced by adults over 50. Joint cartilage breaks down during the aging process, resulting in osteoarthritis occurring in the hands, knees, spine, or hips. Osteoarthritis is commonly referred to as degenerative arthritis or degenerative joint disease.
Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease causing severe inflammation of the joints and eventually limiting functioning in the extremities. Left untreated, rheumatoid arthritis results in the body’s immune system attacking healthy tissues and cells, including the heart and lungs.
Bone fractures or breaks may visibly appear in several ways — as the bone protrudes through the skin, as the bone appears fractured beneath the skin, or as a partial break or spiral fracture, which may be less obvious but is still very painful. All types of fractures cause pain and require treatment for proper healing.
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With such a wide variety of treatment options available – and such a wide variety of orthopedic conditions – if you are experiencing pain or have a degenerative condition like osteoarthritis or joint pain, seeking a specialist’s opinion is your best course of action. Dr. Sheinkop provides over 40 years of experience with joint therapies that require no general anesthesia or extensive downtime, including modern non-invasive treatments like Cellular Orthopedic treatment and Platelet Rich Plasma therapies.