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Stem Cells Can be a Viable Treatment Option for Chronic Knee Pain

Stem Cells Can be a Viable Treatment Option for Chronic Knee Pain

by Natalie (SU)
Whether chronic knee pain stems from an injury, or a medical condition such as arthritis, it can certainly be a debilitating factor in your life. Stiffness, swelling, instability, popping sounds, or the inability to bend or straighten your knees, are all common symptoms that something may be amiss. According to a study published by the World Journal of Stem Cells, knee osteoarthritis (one of the reported causes of knee pain) is a chronic disease that will affect an ever-increasing number of people – especially the elderly and obese.

How Stem Cells Can Help Your Orthopedic Surgeon Better Treat Your Knee Pain?

How Stem Cells Can Help Your Orthopedic Surgeon Better Treat Your Knee Pain?

by Stephanie Meadows
Suffering from joint pain, let alone knee pain can be debilitating, and make it hard to perform everyday tasks. If you are a person who has suffered from chronic pain for a while, and have gone through multiple treatment options, exhausting every conservative treatment option possible, now, doctors are turning to a more natural form of treatment and healing, that has been proven to help heal people faster, more efficiently, relieving pain, and helping to avoid invasive surgery.

Robotic Surgery: The Future of Knee Relief

Robotic Surgery: The Future of Knee Relief

by Natalie (SU)
According to The Washington Post, robots will be replacing one-third of the workforce by 2030. While this has many “technophobes” bracing for a Terminator-esque takeover, those in the medical field are reveling in the cutting-edge advancements that accompany progress. Today, many surgeons – including Dr. Jeffrey Carroll and his experienced team at Movement Orthopedics – are turning to robotic knee surgery to circumvent many of the obstacles that traditional total knee replacements present.

Stem Cells: The Future of Orthopedic Treatment

Stem Cells: The Future of Orthopedic Treatment

by Natalie (SU)
One in two Americans – approximately 126.6 million people, suffer from a musculoskeletal condition. While a statistic like that is staggering, it doesn’t mean we are doomed for a painful future. According to an article published by the National Institutes of Health, the use of stem cells has the potential to revolutionize orthopedic practice. The promising results from these non-invasive treatments are challenging many physicians to forego surgery and opt for restorative methods of healing.

Questions to Ask Your Orthopedic Surgeon

Questions to Ask Your Orthopedic Surgeon

by Natalie (SU)
Chances are, you don’t have a lot of experience with orthopedic surgeons. However, if you’ve had an accident or you have a chronic condition that requires orthopedic expertise, it’s best to make good use of the time you have with the physician when you go for a consultation. Here are some questions you should ask your orthopedic surgeon.

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