Helping you overcome your arthritis

"So I can breeze through everyday life"


Non-Surgical regeneration


How It Works?

Who is a Candidate?


How it Works?


Chronic Arthritis Pain Relief

Arthritis is a chronic degenerative condition of the joints where joint tissues like cartilage, bone and connective tissue become inflammed, irritated, and wear down over time. In the case of rheumatoid arthritis (RA), this destruction is due to the body's immune cells reacting to cartilage and destroying it. In the case of osteoarthritis (OA), it's due to ordinary wear and tear. Sometimes, OA is accelerated in younger individuals who have had a previous injury to a joint space, like a torn ACL (anterior cruciate ligament).  Cartilage, unlike skin, doesn’t self-regenerate or heal well, which means that most chronic arthritis will continually worsen over time. While medicine typically used to treat arthritis can decrease the inflammation in a joint, it really doesn’t slow down the progression of the disease, which results in chronic joint pain, including knee pain, shoulder pain, hip pain, and foot pain. Chronic arthritis patients will often find that as their condition carries on, they get increased pain and reduced range of motion, despite medication and physical therapy.

One promising avenue of alternative treatment to promote chronic arthritis pain relief is regenerative medicine. This broad and relatively new field of medicine uses the body's existing healing mechanisms to decrease the pain from arthritis without invasive surgical procedures. The two most common forms of regenerative treatment are stem cell therapy and Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy. Both of these treatments rely on extracting biologic materials from the body and injecting them into areas where they can promote healing and recovery.

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In stem cell therapy for arthritis, adult stem cells are harvested from bone marrow and concentrated. A qualified practitioner will inject the concentrated stem cells into the affected joint or tissue. Stem cells are special because they have the ability to affect healing by multiple means when they are injected into an irritated or injured area.  When they reach an arthritic joint, they can signal the local cells to do a better job of healing and repairing the area and they can recruit your body’s own stem cells to come to an area to aid in healing and repair, thereby helping to decrease your pain.

While stem cell therapy for arthritis will not reverse the underlying cause of the deterioration of cartilage, it is still a great complement to other arthritis treatments, such as physical therapy, as it results in less pain and increased range of motion.

Our QC 2M protocol includes a variety of treatment methods to relieve arthritic pain, including stem cell and regenerative cell therapy, PRP, A2M, and Class IV laser therapy. Click below to learn more about each one.

Recommended Treatments



Degradation of Cartilage


Class IV Laser

Instant Pain Relief


Platelet-Rich Plasma

Decreases Inflammation and Starts Regeneration


Regenerative Cell Therapy

Initiates Regeneration



Aids in Proper Diagnosis & Procedural Precision


Stem Cell Therapy / BMAC

Aids in Tissue Repair

Who is a candidate?


These treatments are for those that have pain associated with arthritis. Pain, swelling or stiffness may be early signs of arthritis. Early detection and treatment can make a huge difference in pain and joint damage caused by arthritis. With the integration of each of these joint pain treatment options, QC Kinetix has achieved maximum results for those suffering with arthritis in joints such as:



  Fingers / Toes
  Low Back

Frequently Asked Questions About Arthritis Pain & Treatment