Every step you take heaps a force of one and a half times your body weight onto your knees — or more when you run or jump. This continued pressure increases your risk of knee injuries and degenerative conditions that result in pain. At Renew Stem Cell Clinics in Fayetteville, Georgia, Lori Lynch, MD, offers regenerative medicine treatments, including stem cell therapy, to alleviate knee pain. Don’t let knee pain interfere with your life. Call Renew Stem Cell Clinics or schedule a consultation online today to find out if stem cell therapy can tame your knee pain.
You rely on your knees for almost all movement. From transitioning between sitting and standing, walking, running, or participating in sports, your knees are critical to your mobility. Your constant use of your knees increases your risk of developing painful degenerative conditions as well as overuse and acute injuries.
If you have knee pain, it could be due to a wide range of issues, such as:
Regardless of the cause of your knee pain, it can severely disrupt your life and keep you from work and recreational activities.
Regenerative medicine is designed to stimulate your body’s natural healing ability. At Renew Stem Cell Clinics, Dr. Lynch and her team use stem cell therapy to give your body what it needs to repair itself.
You have stem cells, which can turn into whatever type of cell your body needs to repair itself. A stem cell injection in your knee triggers your body’s natural healing ability. It floods your body with the cells it needs to repair bone, muscle, tendon, ligament, or cartilage tissue.
Dr. Lynch performs comprehensive exams and consultations to ensure that regenerative medicine is an appropriate therapy to include in your treatment plan. She creates personalized programs, incorporating stem cell therapy to heal your knees and resolve your painful symptoms.
When you have the stem cell injection, Dr. Lynch uses a local anesthetic to help you stay comfortable during your procedure. She also uses digital X-rays to ensure correct needle placement in your knee joint.
While some patients might notice an improvement in their knee pain in just a few days, in most cases, your body will need some time to repair the tissues in your knee. While everyone heals at their own rate, most patients start to see an improvement within a few weeks. Be patient with your body, and follow Dr. Lynch’s instructions for physical therapy and other treatments to maximize your recovery.
If you have knee pain, call Renew Stem Cell Clinics or make an appointment online to find out if regenerative medicine treatments like stem cell therapy can relieve your pain.