Repair and regenerate

Osteoarthritis of the knee is one of the top five causes of disability among the elderly ranking as high as cardiovascular disease. Stem Cell Recruitment Therapy offers a non-surgical method of regenerating worn or damaged cartilage that utilizes amniotic fluid by promoting your body’s own healing process to regenerate new, healthy tissue.

Knee osteoarthritis is one of the most prevalent chronic disabilities in the United States that causes pain and a reduction in the range of motion and possible activity until even walking becomes difficult. Common treatment options include harmful steroid injections and risky surgeries that don’t restore patients to full function while the joint continues to deteriorate over time. As knee osteoarthritis progresses, total knee replacement is the most common treatment.

During Stem Cell Recruitment Therapy, your physician will use precise image guidance to inject amniotic fluid into your knee joint. The amniotic fluid will target the inflammation and then begin modulating your body’s own healing process to help rebuild and regenerate new, healthy cartilage.

To find a physician that performs Stem Cell Recruitment near you, call us directly or fill out our online physician referral form. Talk to one of our physician referral coordinators today to get started on your path to recovery!

Best of all, your downtime will be a fraction of surgery, with little to no need for pain medications or time off of work. Call our physician referral coordinators today to get started on your path to recovery!

Other Knee Conditions

Have you been told that your knee pain is caused by a torn meniscus and that a meniscectomy will relieve your knee pain and restore function? Stem Cell Recruitment Therapy offers a non-surgical option for treating meniscus tears that utilizes amniotic fluid to recruit your body’s own stem cells and repairing agents to rebuild and regenerate the damage to your meniscus.

Meniscus tears are as common as wrinkles and these tears do not necessarily cause knee pain. Meniscectomy, a surgery in which a portion of the meniscus is cut away, is a surgery that harms the integrity of the knee and may greatly increase the occurrence of osteoarthritis. What’s more, many patients are not completely satisfied with their results and continue to report pain following surgery.

During Stem Cell Recruitment, your physician will use image guidance to inject amniotic fluid into the exact areas of the damaged meniscus to help repair tears and to tighten loose tendons and ligaments to improve function while reducing or eliminating pain. Call our physician referral coordinators today to get started on your path to recovery!

Treatment is covered by most insurance policies.

Amniotic fluid injections are often covered by Workers’ Comp., Medicare, VA, and TriCare. Consult your physician to see if you are covered or call us at 954 361-3343.