Here at Advanced Rejuvenation, we treat many knee injuries with Stem Cell Therapy, Platelet-Rich-Plasma and Prolotherapy for relief of pain, connective tissue damage and other symptoms in the hip and pelvis. We offer these treatments with user guided ultrasound to ensure proper diagnosis and injection specificity, which produces the best results in the industry.
If you are researching alternative treatments to painful knee replacement surgery, the one new thing that will keep coming to the top of your search is stem cell treatments!
The cartilage in your joints are vulnerable to damage because it has poor blood supply, thus a poor potential for regeneration. Both bone marrow and adipose-derived ‘mesenchymal stem cells’, with inherent chondrogenic (cartilage producing) differentiation potential, appear to be ideally suited for therapeutic use in cartilage regeneration. At Advanced Rejuvenation we are pioneering the combination of both stem cells from bone marrow and adipose tissue together in the same treatment called “MarrApose”.
Before choosing a doctor to perform PRP or Stem Cell Injection Therapy, you should make sure they have experience and knowledge in the field of regenerative orthopedic medicine. Advanced Rejuvenation has been at the forefront of this field for 2 decades. Read this article on choosing the right doctor for stem cell and PRP treatments.
PRP and Stem Cell Therapy are regenerative injection techniques that stimulate the healing of soft tissue. Your cartilage is vulnerable to damage because it has poor blood supply, thus a poor potential for regeneration. Both bone marrow and adipose-derived ‘mesenchymal stem cells’ with inherent chondrogenic (cartilage producing) differentiation potential appear to be ideally suited for therapeutic use in cartilage regeneration. At Advanced Rejuvenation we are pioneering the combination of both cells together is the same treatment called “MarrApose”.
The surgical arthroscopic treatment of the meniscus is such that it involves removal of tissue. The meniscus is the one of the most important stabilizing structures of the knee. When removed, the knee becomes less stable and more susceptible to further injury. Surgical removal will predispose that knee to early arthritis!
While serious musculoskeletal injuries are relatively uncommon in pre-high school athletes, repetitive stress combined with their rapid growth can lead to a painful joint condition known as Osgood-Schlatter’s Disease.
Osgood-Schlatter Disease (OSD) is a disorder involving painful inflammation of the bone, cartilage and/or tendon where the tendon from the kneecap attaches to the tibia.
PRP and/or Prolotherapy are usually our treatment of choice to strengthen the fibro-osseous attachment of the patellar tendon onto the tibial tubercle. This treatment usually eliminates the problem.
Chondromalacia patella is thought to be caused by an irritation of the cartilage layer behind the kneecap. The cartilage deteriorates and causes an abnormal alignment between the patella and the femur. The kneecap or patella scrapes along the leg bones. Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) or Stem Cell Injections can be of benefit to regenerate the cartilage.
One year after avoiding surgery, with PRP injection therapy for “Bone on Bone” DJD Knee Pain.
Our team is a fusion of Medical, Osteopathic, Chiropractic, Podiatric and Eastern Medicine doctors who have helped shape the industry.
Our doctors have been perfecting these procedures together for over 10 years. You’re in good hands.
We offer patented procedures that are only available at Advanced Rejuvenation.
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