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How it Works?
Regenerative Knee Pain Treatment Charlotte NC
Regenerative knee treatment is a non-surgical form of knee repair or replacement. It offers a more attractive treatment non-invasive option than surgical knee treatment, a procedure that 600,000 Americans opt for every year. Currently, people seeking relief for knee pain in Charlotte, NC, can receive multiple forms of care.
Class IV lasers use photobiomodulation to provide instant pain relief. The process repairs and heals muscle tissue while reducing inflammation and swelling. Effective laser therapy has only been around since the early 2000s, but already numerous published studies vouch for its credibility.
Non-invasive lasers mark the first step in regenerative knee treatment. After it minimizes the pain as much as possible, QC Kinetix may opt for platelet-rich plasma or regenerative PRP injections. The injections are now considered a very standard procedure (dating back to 1987). They use concentrated platelets from the patient’s blood to heal the knee.
Regenerative PRP injections have three to eight times more platelets than regular blood. This high concentration makes it an ideal solution for repairing damaged tendons and soft tissues. As a result, patients will likely heal faster and retain better function of their joint.
QC Kinetix also offers regenerative cell therapy and stem cell therapy (BMAC). The former uses amniotic membrane tissue to heal the diseased, injured, or dysfunctional cells in the knee. Meanwhile, BMAC, which stands for Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate, uses the patient’s bone marrow as the means of knee repair.
Monitoring patients’ progress is critical, too. QC Kinetix uses ultrasounds and digital x-rays to assess the damage properly. Precision imaging technology allows us to see the contours of the bone, cartilage, and tendons with pinpoint accuracy. While ultrasounds and digital x-rays are not always necessary, they can also be a vital tool to improve the process of recovery monitoring.
Class IV Laser
Instant Pain Relief
Decreases Inflammation and Starts Regeneration
Regenerative Cell Therapy
Stem Cell Therapy / BMAC
Aids in Tissue Repair
Aids in Proper Diagnosis & Procedural Precision
Who is a candidate?
Some regenerative knee treatments are relatively new, but their results have been promising. Many people have avoided traditional knee surgery because of this non-invasive treatment. Additionally, the process has minimal side effects.
The most common candidates are those that suffer from chronic knee pain or instability. Arthritis may compound weakness in the joint while also limiting the body’s overall range of motion. However, there are many other conditions that can dramatically benefit from non-surgical treatment, including those listed below. If you have problems with your knees, contact QC Kinetix to learn what regenerative knee treatment can do for you.
► Chronic Knee Pain/Instability
► Knee Arthritis
► Bone on Bone Osteoarthritis
► Decreased range of motion
► Torn ACL, MCL, LCL
► Torn Meniscus