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Osteoarthritis, as a degenerative disease, is a common problem and results in high rates of disability. The most commonly affected joint is the knee and characterized by progressive destruction of articular cartilage, loss of extracellular matrix, and progressive inflammation, that shows symptoms with pain, swell, stiffness, and loss of mobility mainly in the aging and obese populations


Our stem cell treatment for joint pain consists of depositing allogeneic mesenchymal stem cells inside the damaged areas of the knees, wrist, shoulders, elbows, hips or spine, in order to regenerate the worn out tissue and cartilage that is affecting the joints and causing the pain, reducing the range of motion, inflammation and limiting the overall proper functioning of the joints.

Benefits from stem cell treatment for joints can vary from patient to patient depending on many factors including current health condition, medical history, level of joint degeneration and other factors.

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