Improved Mobility. Reduced Pain. New Cartilage Growth.
A degenerative joint condition that impacts millions of people around the world. While the condition can develop in any joint in the body, it most commonly impacts the knees, hips, neck, lower back, and small joints of the fingers and toes, and causes reduced mobility and debilitating pain.
This condition begins when the cartilage at the end of the patient’s impacted bones begins to wear down. In healthy bones, this cartilage acts as a “cap” on the joint bones that allows their smooth, pain-free motion. When a patient suffers from OA, this cartilage progressively breaks down, leading to pain, swelling, and reduced mobility. If the patient’s condition continues to progress, they may:
- Grow painful bone spurs
- Experience a grating sensation
- Chip bones and cartilage into the joint
- Trigger inflammation that damages the cartilage further
- Lose all of their cartilage, and develop significant joint damage over time
As the condition progresses, the patient often loses mobility, and experiences an overall decreased quality of life filled with constant pain, sleepless nights, and an inability to perform basic day-to-day movements they once took for granted.
In short: OA is a debilitating degenerative disorder that can only be effectively treated by reducing the bones’ accumulated damage, regenerating lost cartilage, and restoring the healthy structure and functioning of the joint.
Who is it for?
We offer treatment to a wide range of OA patients, who have developed their condition due to a wide range of contributing factors that include, but are not limited to:
- Age: Patients naturally increase their risk for OA as they grow older.
- Gender: Women are more likely to develop OA than men.
- Obesity: Due to inflammation and increased load on the joints.
- Injuries: Any joint injury increases the chance of developing OA.
- Work or Sport: Due to continuous stress or repetitive movements.
- Genetics: Either from family history, or birth deformity.
- Lifestyle: Patients with poor diet, sedentary habits, or premature wear-and-tear.
In addition to OA patients specifically, we also provide treatment for patients who experience any of the ~100 other conditions classified as a type of arthritis, or patients who suffer from other forms of degenerative joint disease in general.
How we treated?
We offer a regenerative approach to OA treatment. Our approach treats OA as the complex, degenerative condition that it is, and assists the body’s own ability to repair damage to the joints and bones while re-growing their lost cartilage.
We create a customized treatment package for each of our patients. However, each of our treatment packages include an individualized combination of the following core components.
Our approach has produced partial or significant improvement to all of our patients’ conditions in a relatively short period of time. Depending on the stage of each patient’s condition, our approach has produced results either almost immediately, or within the first few months following treatment. For even the most challenging cases, we have produced improvement within six months of initial treatment.
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