What are the Benefits of Orthobiologic Treatments for Arthritis?
When you see Dr. Vogt or Dr. Hunnius for Orthobiologic treatments, you can reap a variety of benefits. They do these treatments right at the SMaRT Institute and require virtually no downtime.
Because Orthobiologic treatments for arthritis accelerate the regeneration of healthy cartilage tissue inside your joint, you get long-lasting relief and a reduction in pain, swelling, and stiffness. These treatments can delay, or maybe even eliminate, the need for a joint replacement.
Traditional medical approaches to arthritis recommend:
- Anti-inflammatory medicine
- Physical therapy
- Viscoelastic supplements
- Corticosteroid shots
If you’ve tried these remedies without seeing the improvement you need, consider Orthobiologic therapy before resorting to traditional joint replacement surgery.
Not everyone is a candidate for Orthobiologic treatment of arthritis, so be sure to consult with an expert in regenerative medicine.
Call any of the esteemed orthopedic physicians at the SMaRT Institute and schedule an evaluation of your arthritic joints to determine if Orthobiologic therapy is right for you. You can even book your initial consultation online now.
When you want pain relief and recovery from an injury without surgery, request an appointment with the physicians at the SMaRT Institute. If you think the SMaRT Institute can help you, call the office or book your appointment online today.
Does Surgery Help with Arthritis?
Some people suffer from a complete loss of cartilage inside the joint, warranting joint replacement surgery. But it doesn’t have to come to that. At the SMaRT Institute, Dr. Vogt and Dr. Hunnius use Orthobiologics and blood platelet procedures to offer relief from arthritis pain without traditional, invasive surgery.
With the innovative Orthobiologic surgery for arthritis at the SMaRT Institute, Dr. Vogt and Dr. Hunnius use Orthobiologics to enhance healing and promote tissue regeneration.
After harvesting Orthobiologics, they purify these specialized cells then reinject them right where you need them. That gives your body exactly what it needs to heal and restore joint function.