Arthritis is a form of joint disorder that involves inflammation in one or more joints. The most common form of Arthritis is Osteoarthritis – a result of trauma or infection of the joint, or age. The biggest problems for patients that have arthritis are joint pain, which can be constant and located to the joint affected.
Most patients with Osteoarthritis have the symptoms near the ends of fingers, base of the thumb, neck, lower back, knee and hips. In Osteoarthritis cases, the cartilage is lost and the underline bone is affected. Pain makes it difficult to exercise and muscle loss can appear.
The usual treatment involves pain medication, exercise, decreasing joint stress and weight loss in those patients that are overweight. When the pain interferes with normal life, despite of other treatments, the joint replacement surgery may apply, but an artificial joint only lasts a limited amount of time.
How can Stem Cell Therapy help you?
Stem cells can duplicate and differentiate into cartilage cells
Stem cells can enhance the natural repair process of injured tendons, ligaments and joints
Where can you go for Stem cell therapy for Arthritis?
There are options all over the world – thanks to some countries’ flexible policies in this matter, huge progress has been made in stem cell research. Patients suffering from osteoarthritis travel to places like Mexico, Germany, Turkey, Ukraine, China, Thailand, and South Korea, where they find comprehensive and affordable stem cell therapy packages for their disease.
After performing Stem cell therapy for patients from all over the globe, our specialists can state that:
After performing Stem cell therapy for patients from all over the globe, our specialists can state that Stem cells can improve the blood and oxygen flow to the brain Stem cells can replace damaged neurons and stimulate the new arteries’ formation Stem cells can achieve the affected cells’ properties and characteristics.
Improvements after Stem Cell Treatment:
- Improved verbal skills
- Improved self care skills
- Decreased pain in the affected joint avoidance of surgical procedures