Chronic joint pain is common regardless of age grouping, but mature and aging adults suffer from a variety of joint pain causes that are less common in younger people. Arthritis can afflict a person of any age, for example, but it becomes more prominent in aging adults. This and other types of joint pain often have no real cure, but a promising area of research centers around non-invasive regenerative therapy.
Regenerative therapy research has advanced greatly over the past decades, and while several ideas regarding the use of regenerative therapy are still controversial from an ethics standpoint, pain relief via regenerative therapy injection is a very real science, and the results experienced by patients who receive this treatment are quite positive. Here at aNu Aesthetics, we are happy to detail this type of therapy further, especially where joint pain including arthritis is the primary concern.
What is regenerative therapy?
The cells used in regenerative therapy contain the raw material to produce all other types of cells. When an egg is fertilized, the first few cell divisions create clones. Eventually, these cells begin to divide into specialized cells such as muscle and joint tissue. In the laboratory, these cells can be made to divide in a way that simply produces clone daughter cells. These cells can be introduced into the body as a means to create specialized cells, ones that make up replacement tissue and therefore kickstart a long-term rejuvenation process.
Also known as regenerative medicine, regenerative therapy is a medical procedure involving the injection of a solution containing these cells into a joint with tissue damage. The degenerative process usually involves tendons, cartilage, or ligaments. Arthritis, for example, is the result of the degeneration of cartilage that lines the joints. Individuals suffer from a great deal of chronic pain when arthritis develops, and there is no known permanent single cure.
However, regenerative therapy injections can help relieve the pain by jumpstarting a process in which new cartilage is produced. The cells divide a number of times and soon begin to divide into specialized tissue. Inflammation, the most common source of pain for those with arthritis or osteoarthritis, is often thwarted by the injection of fluid containing a concentrated amount of cells.
Surgery can be precarious where joint damage is concerned, especially if artificial implants are being considered. On the other hand, regenerative therapy is basically non-invasive. The procedure is performed by using image guidance equipment to make sure the fluid gets to the proper areas. Depending on the condition causing the pain, multiple injections sessions may have to be scheduled. During the consultation, we will design a treatment schedule that’s suitable for the client.
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You don’t have to live with chronic joint pain. Find out more about the exciting possibilities regenerative therapy can offer by getting in touch with aNu Aesthetics! At our convenient location in Kansas City, MO, our caring and knowledgeable staff will be glad to explain the process in greater detail and answer any questions you may have. With our help, you can experience non-invasive pain relief that will allow you to enjoy the physical activities you desire. Contact us today to set up your consultation!