Orthobiologic Treatment for Knee Osteoarthritis
Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common form of arthritis, affecting around a third of aged people. Indicative symptoms of knee osteoarthritis occurs in men and women aged 60 years or older. When the guarding cartilage that cushions the ends of your bones degenerates over time, causing pain, aching, and stiffness and, therefore, limiting movement. Osteoarthritis reduces the quality of life, and the condition is a significant cause of disability.
Orthobiologics are the substances found in the human body that are often concentrated to obtain in a tiny quantity for injection into the site of injury. The growth factors secreted by these substances facilitate tissue healing, improve pain, and aid in restoring function. Blood-derived orthobiologics deliver growth factors to distressed diseased tissue to help stimulate the repair process.
Regenerative medicine is a favorable choice, offering the hope of significant pain relief, and improved function. There are many benefits to undergoing these therapies for knee pain, but the most notable being the ability to eliminate treatments like significant surgeries. These therapies allow for the patient to use their cells to repair and regenerate damaged cells rather than going under for surgery to relieve pain. The aim of this treatment is to alleviate pain through the healing and regeneration of damaged tissues in the knee. Thus the treatment provides long lasting results without any risks or side effects of surgery and other aggressive forms of treatment.