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Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis is the degenerative joint disease that where your joint’s cartilage wears out and leaves little to no protection for your bones as well as when the OA gets to a certain level then you’ll also lose the shock absorbing aspect of your cartilage.

The knee is built to withstand tremendous force, but when the cartilage is gone then the other parts of your knees such as ligaments, tendons, and your supporting muscles are all strained and stretched in a fashion that they were not designed to do. This causes further destabilization of your knee as well as increased pains. It’s a trickle-down effect that ends up with even more pain and it may result in bone on bone rubbing which restricts movement and inflames pain.

Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis and the symptoms can range from very severe to mild and it can, and will impact any joints in your body. But the big load bearing joints such as knees, hips, and feet seem to have the biggest impact on the quality of your life if you suffer from OA. In addition, if your hands are impacted then your restrictions in use of your hands would also be a major impact.

Osteoarthritis Symptoms

The snap, crackle, and pop that announcing your presence before people see you are typically evidence of OA. It is not uncommon for a normal joint to also make popping sounds, but the pain that accompanies the cracking and popping is evidence of OA.

Swollen and Deformed Joints.

As OA progresses it can bend fingers and toes as well as deform other joints as the swelling contorts your joints.

Tendon, Ligament, & Muscle Weakness.

As arthritis progresses it puts additional strains on the joints because of the lack of cartilage and due to the inflammation. The end results is stretched and strained muscles. Plus, you lack of being able to move due to OA leads to not working the muscles, tendons, and ligaments which will lend toward atrophy.

The final results always lead towards, pain, stiffness,
and swelling.

Why Stem Cell Therapy May Help Osteoarthritis.

https://www.nationalwellnesscenters.com is a provider of regenerative cell therapy. Regenerative medicine regenerates cartilage, muscles, tendons, ligaments and more. These are the same symptoms described above.

Stem cell therapy is NOT a cure.

Stem cell therapy reduces inflammation, and it may help to rebuild cartilage to help protect your bone. The results are less pain. The cause of OA is not resolved by stem cell therapy. But we have had a significant number of patients get relief from a lot of the painful symptoms. The lessor the pain, then the more opportunity to move, which increases your muscle strength and tendons, and ligaments.

Now you too, understand that stem cell therapy for osteoarthritis just makes sense.

Get the fact. Get the truth. Stem cell therapy is helping people all around the world. Stem cell therapy is helping people be able to enjoy the quality of life that they deserve. Will you be next?

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Tiffany Campbell

Tiffany Campbell has over 12 years in clinical research. She has been the Executive Director at a leading institute and worked at Indiana University, Regenstrief & Indiana Clinical Translational Sciences Institute. She's been an international consultant with multiple clients including Google. Tiffany is a behavioral economics geek who loves her family including her pet Pomsky 'Luna' who has a special place in her heart. She has a passion & drives to create & grow products and businesses that change peoples' lives for the better.
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