Recovery after knee surgery

When Do You Need Surgery?

If you have a degenerative condition like osteoarthritis or even an issue with the tissue in arms, legs, or back, then you’ve probably been led to believe that surgery is your only option. This couldn’t be further from the truth. You might benefit from a regenerative treatment that’s less invasive than surgery. It allows for less downtime, meaning that you’ll be up and moving around much sooner – and in less pain than you were before.

Using Regenerative Medicine

If you want to find relief without surgery, one of the ways to accomplish this is with regenerative medicine. We are able to harness your body’s ability to heal itself through a wide variety of techniques and treatments that are tailored to your needs and desired outcomes. It’s an outpatient process that’s minimally invasive and doesn’t require the long recovery that you might find in a surgical procedure.

This procedure leads to good results in a less invasive way. Unlike with surgery, you won’t be down for a long period of time. Instead, you’ll be up and moving around while your body does what it needs to.

Why Choose a Non-Surgical Option?

Surgery is generally seen as a last attempt to fix a knee that has been broken down by osteoarthritis or body tissue that has been damaged in some way. Surgery should always be a last resort, as it does not always relieve the pain. Plus, there are risks any time that you need to be put under anesthesia. As a result, some people may not qualify for surgery or even want to undergo the procedure. This is why these regenerative options are used first. They are designed to help you heal without forcing you to undergo a lengthy procedure. Our approach provides relief to many patients and should be explored before resorting to surgery.

Contact us at Progressive Rehabilitation Medicine to learn more about how we can help you avoid surgery and find relief in your pain.