Whether because it is produced by a sudden injury, an overuse problem, or by the existence of an underlying medical condition like arthritis, knee pain can definitely reduce the quality of life of any patient, not only producing local discomfort, but also joint swelling, stiffness, and crepitus.
That is why we at Dr. Nash´s Progressive Pain and Rehabilitation, are committed to providing preventative and regenerative care to those patients suffering from medical conditions that generate knee pain through stem cell therapy thanks to the experience of experts such as Dr. Edward A. Nash, a Houston native with deep roots in the community.
Being one of the most common joints used from day to night, the knee is submitted to constant pressure, which, in susceptible individuals who practice a sedentary lifestyle, have underlying medical conditions, and do not eat correctly, can result in the injury of one or some of its structural components, leading to diverse signs and symptoms, being the pain one of the most characteristics.
With this in mind, conventional conservative treatment is based on anti-inflammatory medication, opioid pain drugs, physical therapy, and injection of corticosteroids, while surgical procedures like arthroscopy are usually the next clinical decision to treat knee pain.
However, despite all these therapeutic options, a wide number of patients still continue to suffer from knee pain, increasing joint alteration, dysfunction, and instability.
Fortunately, stem cell therapy, a minimally invasive technique has been used by experts on the matter to treat knee pain due to its powerful regenerative properties, which include:
- The decrease and elimination of inflammatory and oxidative cellular processes.
- The ability to slow down and even stop the degenerative articular damage.
- The repair and replacement of damaged tissue due to the presence of growth and trophic natural factors.
- The increase of blood flow promotion to ensure the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the joint.
- The promotion of muscle mass preservation to secure the stability of the joint.
- The generation of a stabilized microenvironment that allows normal articular functioning.
If left untreated, knee pain can evolve to more serious conditions, which may end in knee replacement surgery and all of its uncomfortable side effects. This is why corresponding therapeutic interventions like stem cell therapy have to be performed at the earliest stages possible and by professionals to achieve the best outcomes.
By scheduling an appointment with us over at Dr. Nash´s Progressive Pain and Rehabilitation, we can make you return to your daily activities in the shortest possible time through stem cell therapy, so you can avoid more invasive and risky interventions and its long periods of recovery.
So, schedule your appointment at http://drnashcares.com/appointment/ and you will receive the proper attention your case requires.
For more information about knee pain, stem cell therapy, and so much more, contact us at 346-220-8063. Our team of experts based in the luxuriously planned community of The Woodlands, TX, will be available during working hours to answer all your inquiries and support you during your path to wellness.