How Regenerative Medicine Improves Osteoarthritis

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Osteoarthritis is a common type of degenerative joint disease that affects the bone structure and produces joint injury. It affects over 32.5 million US adults and symptoms include stiffness, joint pain, swelling, and decreased sense of motion. This type of arthritis typically occurs in the hips and knees, however, it can develop in any joint of the body. Interventional Pain Doctors, the best pain doctors LA has extensive experience with osteoarthritis and offers regenerative treatments to improve this condition.

Orthobiologic Treatment for Osteoarthritis

Suffering from osteoarthritis can have a big impact on a patient's life. The objective of treating this condition with regenerative medicine is to relieve pain successfully and improve mobility and flexibility in your joints. Changes in your daily habits such as exercising regularly and maintaining a healthy weight can ease some of the symptoms of osteoarthritis and help strengthen damaged joints. Interventional Pain Doctors LA recommends regenerative medicine to accelerate healing and improving this condition significantly. Regenerative medicine treats osteoarthritis by injecting orthobiologic treatments directly into the affected joint. The term orthobiologic refers to naturally-derived substances that can heal orthopedic issues such as arthritis. The main goal of this procedure is to replace tissue in your joints damaged by arthritis, delay progressive joint injury, and improve joint function.

Other Conditions and Treatments

Orthobiologic treatment is not the only pain management service at Interventional Pain Doctors LA; other treatments that can improve osteoarthritis pain include joint injections and interventional medicine. Patients with other conditions can benefit from orthobiologic treatments, as well as other treatments. If you need to see a pain specialist and learn about other treatment options, visit our website or contact us today!

Interventional Pain Doctors | Pain Management, Los Angeles

Dr. Nicholas Fuller, Dr. Chad Heng, Dr. Daniel Loder, and Dr. Jeffrey Jeng at Interventional Pain Doctors LA specialize in advanced treatments of arthritis, including osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. We serve patients in Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, and Long Beach, California. If you or a member of your family suffers from osteoarthritis visit our website or book your appointment to learn more about our services.