Stem Cells Could be Used Instead of Surgery for Knee Replacement

19 Oct

One third of knee replacements in America today are done with no medical basis.

Before agreeing to have joint replacement surgery ask the following questions:

Are we sure that the knee joint is the source of the pain?

Have you been treated with less invasive regenerative therapies first?

Do you have any allergies or sensitivities to metal?  Depending on your answer, the best option may be to regenerate instead of operate.

Regenerate therapy offers a single joint injection in the office, no anesthesia, no hospital stay and zero post-surgical recovery time. Clinically, significant improvement is expected within one to three months.

Source: The Chronicle Telegram Elyria, Ohio Senior Living Supplement 10-3-2018

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