Regenerative Medicine For Lumbar Arthritis
Lumbar arthritis is chronic inflammation if the soft tissues of the joints of the lower back.
Lumbar arthritis is chronic inflammation if the soft tissues of the joints of the lower back. Cartilage discs that sit between each vertebrae provide support and stability for the constant movement in the back. When the supportive tissues are damaged from injury or begin to deteriorate, painful swelling and inflammation can occur from friction between the bones.
Arthritis can become an ongoing, chronic issue that not only causes pain, stiffness, and swelling but can limit mobility and the ability to perform daily activities. The use of regenerative medicine techniques can eliminate the inflammation that causes symptoms of lumbar arthritis. Amniotic Regenerative Cell Therapy is a procedure that uses healing cells to target pain areas, reduce inflammation, and even generate new growth of supportive soft tissues.