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Intraosseous Treatments for Knee and Joint Pain vs Surgery

If you’re currently dealing with significant knee or joint pain, you’ve likely thought your options are either surgery or a potentially addictive course of pain medication. At Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine, we’re here to tell you this is not the case. We’ve recently seen a number of positive outcomes using intraosseous treatments for knee pain.

What are Intraosseous Treatments for Knee Pain or Joint Pain?

For quite some time, the way that joint or knee arthritis was treated was through treatments placed directly into the joint. Based on recent findings, we’re now learning that the cartilage receives nutrients from the bone itself. Think of the bone as the soil and the cartilage as the plant. Because of these new findings, we can now treat both the bone and the joint. This allows us to nourish the cartilage that sits on top of the bone.

There is a Limit to What Intraosseous Treatments Can Do for Your Joint Pain

At the Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine, intraosseous treatments are best used for knee or hip pain. In addition, we’ve found that there is little we can do once you have severe degeneration where you have bone-on-bone contact. This is why it’s so important to come in when you first notice joint pain. This way, we can treat your issue before it becomes too late.

Intraosseous Treatments for Joint Pain Can Be Last Ditch Effort Before Surgery

While surgery is sometimes necessary, why not try intraosseous treatments before committing to the risks associated with hip or knee surgery? These minimally invasive treatments can help you reduce joint pain and rebuild the cartilage that protects your joints.

At MCRM, It’s Our Job to Show You All Your Options When It Comes to Treatment for Chronic Joint Pain

Our regenerative medicine clinic will never push you toward a particular treatment option. Our Board-Certified physicians will lay out your options and discuss the pros and cons of each so you can decide what treatment will work best for you and your unique situation. This level of transparency is the cornerstone of our entire medical practice. Dr. Nabity and Dr. Santa Ana have extensive training in musculoskeletal issues and have made it their life’s work to address these problems with minimally invasive treatment options.

To learn more about our unique approach to practicing medicine, schedule a consultation with one of our doctors by calling our office today at (248) 216-1008.

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