Hip Pain Specialist – New Jersey
Are you considering hip replacement surgery but would like to learn more about all of your options?
Damage to the hip joint and the resulting pain are conditions that affect a large percentage of the American population. If you are having difficulty walking and moving around as you normally would due to debilitating hip pain, you are most likely looking for a permanent source of pain relief and treatment to correct the damage to your joint. Artificial hip replacement surgery--which requires a dose of general anesthesia, several days in the hospital, and a long period of recovery before you can even begin to walk normally again—is likely not your ideal solution.
Fortunately, regenerative medicine now offers an amazing new solution to hip pain in the form of stem cell treatment. Contact Dr. Damon Noto at his New Jersey office to learn more about stem cell therapy for hip pain relief and read on to learn how this revolutionary treatment method works.
Stem cells are the body’s natural means of creating healthy tissue when cells age or become damaged. They are capable of turning into any type of tissue required, including the tissue that makes up the joint of the hip. In a stem cell treatment for the hip joint, stem cells are harvested from your own body and then injected into the hip. The procedure is minimally invasive and requires only the use of local anesthesia at the injection site. Patients are able to walk out of the office immediately following treatment and typically experience relief from pain as early as six weeks after the procedure. While more extreme cases may require multiple injections, most patients experience complete relief after only one stem cell treatment.
If stem cell treatment sounds like an intriguing alternative to traditional hip replacement surgery, call Dr. Damon Noto today to learn more!
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