PRP injections are tremendously beneficial to patients suffering from knee pain, with the goal of enhancing the body’s ability to naturally heal itself.
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Relief of muscular and joint pain
Beyond Biologics™ utilizes both PRP and stem cell injections to treat knee injuries and APS to treat knee osteoarthritis. Depending on your condition, Beyond Biologics™ may recommend that a combination of therapies be utilized. All of the regenerative therapies offered deliver highly concentrated healing factors directly to the site of injury under ultrasound guidance, naturally stimulating the reparative processes of your body, enhancing functionality, and reducing the pain associated with injury.
There is no “best” regenerative therapy for the knee, as the therapy recommended will depend entirely on the injury presented. APS, PRP, and stem cell injections are highly effective at relieving pain and preventing the need for future surgeries, and Beyond Biologics™ makes every effort to explain to patients the costs and benefits of all therapeutic options.
It is important to note that every individual is unique and that no two orthopedic cases are alike. Although there are no guarantees for recovery, regenerative medicine procedures have been shown in numerous peer-reviewed medical journals to help patients with various orthopedic knee injuries.
The side effects of knee injections align with what one might expect, with the most common effect being knee pain for 24-28 hours after the injection, or swelling and bruising at the injection site. In the vast majority of cases, this discomfort is quick to subside. In fact, many Beyond Biologics™ patients go to work or continue on with their day immediately following an injection. Severe complications, such as those a patient might experience after surgery, are very rare.
In any case, it is generally advised that new patients to plan a flexible work schedule in the few days after the injection in case there is post-injection pain or swelling.
Most Beyond Biologics™ patients are able to return to work or continue on with their day following the APS, PRP, or bone marrow aspirate concentrate (BMAC) and Lipogem injections for the knee. Patients generally notice improvement 2 to 6 weeks after their knee injection. However, there are factors that can affect the treatment’s efficacy such as the type and site of injury or pain, or the age of the patient.
The best way to know if you are a candidate for APS, PRP, or bone marrow aspirate concentrate (BMAC) and Lipogem injections for the knee is to contact Beyond Biologics™ to arrange a consultation. Generally, there are no age or activity-level restrictions on patients seeking APS, PRP, or BMAC and Lipogem injections. Beyond Biologics™ regularly consults patients about their options to treat their knee pain and knee injuries with regenerative medicine. Patients often come to Beyond Biologics™ after having been recommended surgery or joint replacements by other doctors.
Many insurance plans do not cover regenerative therapies such as APS, PRP, or BMAC and Lipogem injections for knee pain. Unfortunately, this means that patients often pay for treatment out-of-pocket. Though the out-of-pocket expenses are not ideal, injection therapies cost vastly less than the surgical alternative. To get an idea of what your treatment would cost, it is best to contact Beyond Biologics™ directly.