Whether you are treating a bout of arthritis or calming the discomfort of a sprained ankle, using heat or cold to provide relief can be helpful. Knowing what to use and when is important for the best results. Here are some ideas to help make those painful conditions less discomforting.
Amniotic Allograft Intra-Articular Treatment
Ortho Sport & Spine Physicians is an elite sports medicine practice that offers the latest in biologics, including Amniotic Allograft intra-articular treatment. We have a team of leading physicians and a highly regarded sports medicine specialist who stays at the forefront of his field. Our team carries extensive experience in Amniotic Allograft therapies to relieve joint pain and heal injuries. We have physicians who are dual board certified in Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Surgery and display a strong commitment to help patients avoid surgery and more extensive joint problems through advanced biologics.
Non-Surgical Osteoarthritis Relief
Osteoarthritis, or degenerative arthritis, is a group of mechanical abnormalities involving degradation of joints, including articular cartilage and subchondral bone. Amniotic Allograft therapy works by inducing profound healing and repair activity in the affected area or damaged tissues. When injected as an intra-articular treatment, it can significantly improve osteoarthritis symptoms. Patients who want an advanced, yet conservative, treatment solution to relieve joint pain, tenderness and stiffness caused by arthritis can turn to Ortho Sport & Spine Physicians. We offer biologic treatments that are proven and safe alternatives to surgical intervention.
Amniotic Allograft Therapy can be used to treat conditions such as:
- Osteoarthritis of the joints
- Persistent partial tendon tears, such as tennis elbow, quadriceps and patellar tendon tears
- Partial muscle tears
- Meniscal tears in the knee
- Patellofemoral syndrome
- Chronic partial Rotator Cuff tears
We may recommend a combination of treatments to help you reach your goals. For example, PRP injections are commonly given after Amniotic Allograft treatments to provide the most successful outcome and pain relief. Biologics can also be used as an adjunct to surgery to facilitate the most successful long-term outcome.
Contact Ortho Sport & Spine Physicians today to learn more about how Amniotic Allograft treatments can relieve your joint pain or repair your sports injury. We do everything we can to provide the most minimally invasive treatments for long-term joint health.