15 Sep Stem Cell for Common Ankle Pain
It can be frustrating when you experience foot or ankle pain because these body parts play a big role in your daily life. Considering how important these body parts are, getting treatments that work and remain effective in the long run is important. If you’re looking for a treatment option that offers long-lasting relief, you may want to consider stem cell therapy.
However, before we look into the treatment option that works best for the ankle sprain, here are some of the major causes of an ankle sprain;
CAUSES OF ANKLE PAIN
There are many potential causes of ankle pain. Some of the most common include:
- Foot and ankle sprains
- Achilles tendon injuries
- Tibiotalar arthritis
- Degenerative Joint Disease
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Subtalar degeneration
- Bone degeneration
- Tibiofibular arthritis and tendinosis
HOW TO TREAT ANKLE PAIN
Most ankle and foot sprain conditions are mild and can be resolved with the use of ice for the bruises and eventual rest. You may require longer rest periods and anti-inflammatory medication for more severe sprains. However, some sprains get better with these treatment options.
As mentioned earlier, traditional treatments like physical therapy and medications may not always help the process. In those situations, stem cell therapy can offer an alternative noninvasive solution where you don’t have to settle for surgical procedures.
STEM CELL THERAPY FOR ANKLE PAIN
Stem cell therapy, often known as regenerative medicine, is a medical practice that uses stem cells or their derivatives to stimulate the healing process of diseased, dysfunctional, or injured tissue. Stem cell therapy can effectively treat a debilitating and lingering sprained tendon and ligament, plantar fasciitis, or arthritis that affects the ankle or foot.
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Irrespective of the cause of your ankle and foot pain, you can use your stem cells to activate your body’s natural healing regeneration process. Stem cell therapy will reduce your pain, speed up your recovery levels, and return function to your ankles and feet quicker than the traditional treatment.
Preparing for stem cell therapy involves some important steps. First, because the foot (and ankle) is a multipart mechanical system that contains numerous bones and joints, it’s important to get your precise diagnosis before the stem cell therapy treatment is commenced.
At R3 Stem Cell, we encourage our patients who are looking for an effective treatment option but don’t want to take risks associated with invasive surgeries to go with stem cell therapy. Truly, injection of stem cells into the dysfunctional area causes an improvement in the mobility of the ankle, decreased pain, and brings about a better range of motion in no time.
If you are currently experiencing foot or ankle pain due to a tendon or ligament injury, a sprain, plantar fasciitis, degenerative joint disease, osteoarthritis, or even from a failed surgery, you should consider stem cell therapy as a route to decreased pain, improved mobility, and total healing.
R3 Stem Cell offers excellent stem cell therapy in Phoenix, AZ. Call today to book a session at no cost for a consultation to see if stem cell therapy is an option for you. Our stem cell therapy doctors in Phoenix AZ, are open to helping you.
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