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Stem Cell Therapy for Your Knees

Outpatient Arthroscopic Surgery for Joint Damage

Do you have a joint injury not healing appropriately? Dr. Burke Orthopedics will listen to your concerns, perform all necessary tests for an accurate diagnosis, and correct joint pain, with a comprehensive pre and post-surgery / procedure plan.

  1. Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis affects over 25 million people in the United States. You may feel as though this common condition has no solution. Stem cell therapy could change that. Our Orthopedic Specialist injects healthy stem cells into the knee, possibly repairing the destruction of cartilage and bone tissues.

 

  1. Sports Injury

Professional athletes and patients often engaged in sports have requested stem cells for knee pain. Injuries and overuse lead to knee joint pain and damage. Stem cells may help these internal injuries, preventing you from playing sports, by repairing torn tendons and ligaments.

 

  1. Reverse Cartilage Degeneration

Degenerative diseases affect cartilage in the body. Cartilage acts as a cushion between the knee joints, preventing the bones from scraping against each other. You and other patients can experience extreme discomfort when cartilage degenerates. Stem cells could help reverse this process by re-constructing the missing cartilage and possibly eliminating your pain.

 

  1. Reverse Wear & Tear

Joint pain isn’t always caused by an underlying condition. General wear and tear, over years, contributes to knee pain. If you are over the age of 50, it is more common to experience stiffness from multiple years of joint usage. Stem cells injected into the affected area could help strengthen worn bone tissue, providing you with much needed relief.

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Stem cell therapy has become a very prevalent treatment with our Pearland patients, targeting the knee pain and difficulties. You do not have to live with stiff and painful joints. Call Dr. Burke Orthopedics and his expert medical team at (713) 436-3488 or visit https://drburkeortho.com/contact-us/ to schedule a consultation.

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