As many different types of osteoarticular disorders exist, osteoarthritis, tendon injury, herniated disc, and fracture are the most common. Each of these can cause severe pain and disability and may often require surgery to correct.
Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common type of arthritis, affecting more than 30 million adults in the United States (2). It is characterized by the breakdown of cartilage in the joints, which leads to pain, stiffness, and eventual loss of joint function.
There are many risk factors for OA, including age, obesity, joint injury, and genetics. However, the exact cause of OA is unknown.
OA is a progressive disease, meaning it gets worse over time. There is no cure for OA, but there are treatments that can help relieve the symptoms and slow the progression of the disease.
Neuropathic pain is a debilitating condition that causes chronic pain and can significantly reduce the quality of life. There is growing evidence that stem cells may offer a new approach to treating neuropathic pain, potentially improving patients’ lives.
Conventional medicine has very little to offer for the treatment of neuropathic pain, thus making stem cell therapy an exciting new option for patients. A growing body of clinical evidence demonstrates stem cells’ efficacy in treating neuropathic pain, making this a promising new treatment.
However, a new treatment option is gaining popularity: regenerative medicine, which is still in its early stages, holds great promise for treating osteoarticular disorders and neuropathic pain.
The most exciting aspect of regenerative medicine is its ability to regenerate tissue and repair damage, meaning it has the potential to ultimately aid the body in resolving osteoarticular disorders and neuropathic pain on its own rather than treat the symptoms.
Regenerative medicine is still relatively new but is already used to treat many conditions. In the future, regenerative medicine will likely become the standard treatment for osteoarticular disorders.
If you suffer from an osteoarticular disorder, don’t wait longer to seek treatment. If you are dealing with neuropathic pain and looking for an innovative and effective treatment option, stem cell therapy may be right.
Regenerative medicine could be the answer you’ve been looking for, so contact us today to learn more about this cutting-edge treatment.
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Stem cell therapy does not provide a guarantee and is not advertised as a treatment for any cures. This is similar to many other traditional medical treatments. A patient history review is required to determine eligibility and approval for stem cell therapy as an aid to the patient’s body towards supporting the body’s own healing process, if and when possible. All personal information provided is for internal and medical use only by our healthcare providers. Headquartered in Deleware, USA, REJUV, INC. is a resource company and network supplier for REJUVSTEM in Guadalajara and Cancun, Mexico. Rejuv, Inc. is not a stem cell therapy facility or surgical center. These advanced treatments have not yet been approved by the FDA, so they are not available in our office or in the United States. All cell therapies are carried out in Mexico, as regulated by the Ministry of Health, COFERPIS, and other local governments. All treatments are carried out within the legal and regulatory framework of the country in which the particular healthcare provider operates.