What is Regenerative Therapy?
Injections for Knee Pain, Arthritis, Tendonitis & More
For many patients with debilitating knee osteoarthritis, treatment options are limited: steroid injections, joint replacement surgery (and replacement alternatives), hyaluronic acid injections, pain management, physical therapy, etc. REGENERATE’S, natural cutting-edge therapy options like amniotic membrane injectables can be used to successfully help patients with knee osteoarthritis, Achilles tendonitis, rotator cuff tendonitis, and degenerative arthritis to name a few.
Regenerative therapy is a revolutionary new potential alternative to surgery that may allow you to recover from painful joint conditions faster than traditional options. Instead of painful, invasive surgery or a regimen of pain-management medications, regenerative therapy patients generally experience much quicker recovery times, without all of the lingering side effects.
How do amniotic membrane injectable therapies work?
Regenerative therapies, such as the utilization of amniotic membrane injectables take advantage of the body’s ability to repair itself. How does that work? REGENERATE’s regenerative products are considered to be anti-inflammatories, similar to cortisone/steroid shots, but can have long term regenerative and pain relief effects.
One of the main differences of REGNERATE’s products compared to steroid shots is they are natural and considered to be self-diagnostic. When injected to a localized area (such as, inter articular “in the joint space”), the products can be self-diagnostic. The products look for localized inflammation, directing the product and instructing the body on how to heal injured areas. These types of regenerative therapies go far beyond the benefits of standard “injection therapy.”
While cortisone and other drugs only provide temporary pain relief, many regenerative products have been found to restore degenerated tissue while providing pain relief. Many components in the natural amniotic membrane injectables contain content such as growth factors, cytokines, and lubricants, such as hyaluronic acid, which is commonly used in the industry to help lubricate joints, easing the pain and helping restore mobility.
Results and pain relief time frames will vary from patient to patient.
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