Because the knee joint is the biggest joint in the body, knee injuries can happen unexpectedly. Knee injuries are among the most common in athletes, next to back injuries and ankle injuries, depending on the sport. Of course, athletes are not the only people to suffer a knee injury. In fact, injuries tend to happen more often as people age. Fortunately, many injuries and knee conditions can be improved with Advanced Joint Pain Relief and Platelet-Rich Plasma Injection.
Knee pain can develop for several reasons. Unfortunately, not all can be improved with Platelet-Rich Plasma. That is when it’s time to think of pursuing Advanced Joint Pain Relief Therapy as an alternative to knee surgery. The beauty of Advanced Joint Pain Relief Therapy is that it not only helps with knee injuries, but also helps with tissue damage. In addition, it can help improve ACL, MCL, other muscle and ligament tears, fractured bones, degenerating bones, and even arthritis.
At Advanced Joint Pain Relief and Pain Management Center of Irvine in the Orange County area, we have improved many patients, and most patients have completed their therapy with astonishing results. Although restrictions may apply to some activities after therapy, Advanced Joint Pain Relief Therapy offers little to no downtime following the procedure, and most patients are encouraged to be active, since an active person is more likely to make a positive recovery.
Platelet-Rich Plasma injections are simply a heightened form of specific blood cells that boost the healing process in an injured area. Although PRP research has been found to be successful in many patients with common knee conditions, no significant evidence has been presented about the repair and regeneration of full tears to the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and/or medial collateral ligament (MCL). However, many studies since 2010 have shown tremendous improvements in patients’ knee conditions after receiving therapy with Advanced Joint Pain Relief, and their conditions improved as they were observed at three months, six months, and one year.
Some of the most common conditions that Advanced Joint Pain Relief and Platelet-Rich Plasma Injection can improve are: