Inflammation in the joints, such as the knees, shoulders, hips, spine, hands, feet, elbows, or ankles, is known as arthritis. The cartilage between the ends of your bones is worn away by osteoarthritis, also known as “wear and tear” arthritis due to its persistent inflammation. There are currently just a few alternatives for treating arthritis, including painful joint replacement surgery, physical therapy, anti-inflammatory drugs, and steroid injections. The outcome of stem cell therapy for arthritis is significantly more encouraging.
Inflammation caused by arthritis is your body’s attempt to draw healing stem cells to an area that needs them. Joints do not heal effectively on their own because they have a relatively modest blood supply. Stem cell therapy employs your own stem cells to treat arthritic pain by utilising the body’s inherent healing process known as regeneration.
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