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Prolotherapy Knee Cartilage Regeneration in Michigan

When stressed-out ligaments or start tearing and stretching, the attached joints can fall victim to instability and pain. Permanent stabilization of the knee and no more pain: this is the goal of prolotherapy knee cartilage regeneration in Michigan. Conversely, surgery comes with painful recovery times that last many months and medication is often addictive.

In regards to relieving chronic knee pain, prolotherapy knee cartilage regeneration in Michigan could be an ideal solution. Prolotherapy knee cartilage regeneration in Michigan finds out why this instability is happening in order to strengthen the weakened sites and generate new collagen tissue.

This orthopedic process hastens the body’s healing properties that work hard to repair and strengthen joints and tendons such as knees. The knee is subject to a lifetime of repetitive movements, and can result in injury and pain.

Prolotherapy can help with many conditions, considered an ideal knee reconstruction and regenerative joint injection solution without surgery. Also known as proliferative therapy, it is quickly gaining acceptance over more traditional methods such as cortisone injections, addictive medications and invasive surgeries.

To inquire about prolotherapy knee cartilage regeneration in Michigan, call the Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine for your free consultation at (248) 216-1008.

All About Prolotherapy for Knee Cartilage Regeneration in Michigan

Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis, causing the cartilage around a joint to wear away, says the Arthritis Foundation. As bones start to rub against other bones, stiffness, pain and swelling can result. Over time, the knee cartilage can lose strength and pain becomes chronic.

The body can begin to repair itself after you receive an injection into the injury site. Prolotherapy makes new tissues in weak areas — in this case, the knees. It does this through boosting the body’s natural healing processes. Then, as the restored ligaments and tendons heal, the site will naturally become inflamed. This is common. It may take many treatments so the tissue is able to build up enough to recapture the area’s original strength level.

You may experience some mild swelling and stiffness afterwards, but we recommend taking over-the-counter pain relievers to ease any discomfort. Stay away from anti-inflammatory drugs, such as aspirin and ibuprofen, which can add to healing time.

The treatment itself does not hurt, but you may experience some discomfort at the site due to the needle. This is why we apply a mild local anesthetic agent, so you won’t feel pain during the procedure.

Who Can Get Prolotherapy Knee Cartilage Regeneration in Michigan?

You are a great candidate for this procedure if you suffer from osteoarthritis in any of its various forms. While prolotherapy is a good solution for knee pain due to knee cartilage degeneration, it can also help those who suffer from:

  • Degenerative disc disease
  • TMJ
  • Meniscal and rotator cuff tears
  • Joint instability and dysfunction
  • Wrist and hand pain
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Neck pain
  • Lower to middle back pain
  • Tennis elbow
  • Plantar fasciitis

It’s vital to have a physician trained in prolotherapy knee cartilage regeneration in Michigan perform the procedure. First, you will be evaluated as part of a consultation and complete exam. During this exam, we will discuss the risks and results with you, which vary by patient.

In general, the success rate for prolotherapy for knees is rated at nearly 90 percent. The success rate of prolotherapy knee cartilage regeneration in Michigan will depend on your history, how fast you tend to heal, and the specific solution used for treatment.

Contact The Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine

To inquire about prolotherapy for knee cartilage regeneration in Michigan, call The Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine now for your free consultation at (248) 216-1008.

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