Regenerative Medicine For Shoulder Degeneration
Degeneration of the shoulder joints is usually a progressive condition that evolves and worsens over time.
Degeneration of the shoulder joints is usually a progressive condition that evolves and worsens over time. Shoulder degeneration occurs when the cartilage that protects and surrounds the bones begins to wear down. Without this cushioning between the bones, movement causes friction within the joint. This friction causes pain, inflammation, swelling, and can lead to the development of bone spurs.
Regenerative Cell Therapy takes a high concentration of immune cells and uses them to target specific areas with damaged tissues. Inflammation and aging slow down the natural production of these cells, and the development of scar tissue limits the range of motion needed for proper rehabilitation. Using concentrated levels of Amniotic Regenerative Cell Therapy, these cells can quickly reduce pain, inflammation, and scar tissue. This supports the immune system in healing damage within the shoulder joint.