What Causes Arthritis? Arthritis can have different causes, depending on the type of arthritis you have. The most common form called osteoarthritis is caused by wear and tear on the cartilage in your joints. With rheumatoid arthritis, the lining of joint capsules is attacked by the body’s own immune system, causing inflammation and pain.
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Regenerative medicine has been shown to be effective at treating the pain associated with arthritis, providing relief so you can perform your daily tasks freely and in comfort. When you visit our pain relief clinic, we will create a natural arthritis relief treatment plan for you to get you the results you need.
Arthritis Pain Relief
In order for you to experience lasting relief from your pain, it’s important to address the cause of the pain and not just mask the symptoms with pain medication. Many people are prescribed medication to help manage their pain, and while the pain might leave you for a short while, it’s only temporary until you take the medication again.
When you consider the many side effects of painkillers today, dealing with arthritis symptoms naturally is the best course of action. If you have debilitating arthritis pain, that is limiting your mobility and making life a challenge, our natural treatments will help.
Our treatments are effective for pain in your joints, knees, ankles, elbows and more.
Cell Therapy Treatment for Arthritis
Regenerative mesenchymal cells that are derived from the Wharton’s Jelly of donated umbilical cords are effective when it comes to alleviating pain caused by arthritis. To begin this process, an expectant mother agrees to donate the umbilical cord of her newborn after a healthy, scheduled C-section birth. The process of collecting the cells from the cord doesn’t cause any harm to the mother or the baby, and during the pregnancy, the mother is carefully screened to create the best chance of getting high-quality cells.
When these youthful cells are injected into your arthritic joints, they quickly get to work repairing and regenerating tissue to promote healing and pain relief.
We prefer to use injections containing mesenchymal cells from Wharton’s Jelly because their youth means that they still have a full complement of healing properties that may have diminished in older cells.
These include extracellular matrix, cytokines, exosomes, lipids, peptides, proteins, growth factors and more.
Alternative Treatment Options for Arthritic Conditions
Chiropractic care is another natural treatment we use for arthritis pain relief. When you have manual adjustments as part of your overall treatment plan, you will experience a range of benefits that include improved range of motion, reduced joint and disc degradation, greater overall mobility and less pain.
MLS laser therapy has also proven to be an effective solution for arthritic pain. This light energy treatment penetrates and repairs your painful joints, reducing inflammation and enhancing the body's natural healing process for long-term pain relief.
Accelerated Recovery Performance (ARP) is a Physical Medicine modality that uses Direct Current (DC) to target areas of the body that is effected by arthritis. ARP is a versatile treatment that encourages the body to reduce inflammation and increase blood flow, helping the body heal scar tissue that may contribute to arthritis pain.
Physical Therapy (PT) is specially sequenced exercises directed by our Physical Therapist. These exercises help strengthen areas of the body effected arthritis. These Physical Therapy exercises help the body break up scar tissue and strengthen surrounding muscles and soft tissue.
Acupuncture, performed by an Acupuncturist, uses thread like needles that are precisely placed in areas of the body experiencing arthritic pain. Acupuncture encourages the body's blood flow, healing tissues and relieving arthritis pain.
If you are searching for non-surgical treatment for arthritis in Libertyville, Highland Park, Lake Forest, Deerfield or any city in Lake County, call us today at (847) 680-3900 to schedule a free consultation.