Amniotic Stem Cell Therapy for Hip Arthritis and Injuries
Treatment for hip arthritis and injuries does not necessarily have to rely on the use of synthetic drugs from time to time. Surgery should always be the last course of action and with amniotic stem cell therapy, these is a distinct possibility that patients can avoid the need.
Typical nonoperative hip arthritis treatment includes medications that don’t alter the course of the condition, such as with cortisone injections. Stem cell therapy treats hip arthritis from the opposite approach, by altering the condition while also providing relief.
How amniotic cell therapy is changing the game
Well, all these are possibilities that do not have to be the case anymore. Through the use of amniotic cell therapy, individuals no longer have to struggle with some of these challenges anymore.
The National Institute of Health actually considers stem cell therapy to be one of the most promising alternatives to invasive therapy so far. This is because not only does it promote healing, but it is also a natural way to achieve the healing that you need so much.
Thousands of patients who have often shied away from invasive surgery are now seeking help from therapists and doctors who have specialized in amniotic stem cell therapy, and with time, it is becoming more convenient for patients.
What does it do?
For those who suffer from hip arthritis or injuries, it is important to understand that these stem cells are actually available in all of our bodies. They have always been in the body from the moment you were conceived, and act every other time to help in regeneration of cells and tissues that have been used up or damaged through infection.
The most modern method of stem cell therapy involves amniotic fluid. The fluid is obtained from consenting donors after a scheduled c-section, and does not have any embryonic stem cells. The fluid is processed at an FDA regulated lab, and then cryogenically frozen.
Once injected into the arthritic and damaged joint, they can respond to the environment and create cartilage, tendons and ligaments when necessary.
What these cells basically do is that they adapt where they are needed and transform themselves to become a copy of the cell that has been depleted, so that they can spur the body to heal itself. It is all part of a natural healing mechanism.
Through their regenerative ability, the stem cells have come in handy in naturally healing injured ligaments, bones, tissue and tendons. Take note that when you are injured or as a result of the natural aging process, the cells that are needed in a specific part of the body for normal operation tends to decline, and it is for this reason that amniotic stem cell therapy comes in handy.
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