Knee Arthritis Treatment
Knee arthritis treatment usually involves physiotherapy where the patient is provided with joint manipulation treatment, guidance on how to manage pain and an exercise plan. This treatment can involve attending the clinic two or more times a week for patients with severe flare ups. Treatment for knee arthritis may also include joint correction surgeries or an injection into the area around the joint to remove fluid.
What are the Symptoms and Causes of Knee Osteoarthritis?
While people who have suffered deterioration of the knee joint will typically begin to experience symptoms around the age of 40, younger people may develop knee osteoarthritis due to trauma or from overworking the joint while engaging in sporting activities. The symptoms of knee osteoarthritis are pain and swelling around the knee, which can result in the joint locking and an inability to walk without aid.
The condition is progressive, so sufferers may ignore symptoms in the early stages. If you suspect that you have knee osteoarthritis, seeking treatment right away is recommended. Platelet rich plasma (PRP) treatment can aid in repairing damage and provides effective pain relief through precision guided targeting of the affected area.
Regenerative Medicine for Effective Treatment of Your Knee Pain!
If you need regenerative medicine for effective treatment, Dr. Dehdari of the Advanced Healing Institute can provide the solution you have been searching for in California. Platelet rich plasma (PRP) treatment uses the patient’s own blood to direct platelet rich plasma to the source of the damage in the knee. The treatment is minimally invasive, potentially involving as few as two injections.
If knee pain or swelling is affecting your mobility, contact us today to seek relief from the experts in platelet rich plasma (PRP) treatment at the Advanced Healing Institute. Under the care of Dr. Dehdari, you will receive regenerative medicine for effective treatment.
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