Regeneration Injection Therapy
- Meniscal injuries
- Partial ACL tears
- Cartillage injuries
- People suffering from arthritis
The process involves taking the the patients blood and preparing the blood so that the anti-inflammatory proteins and growth factors (the serum of the blood), can be injected into either joints or tendons and other soft tissues. This leads to decreased pain and increased function and also may have a role in promoting natural healing. Orthokine has the ability to increase the number of growth factors per procedure compared with PRP, and also has the advantage of blocking IL-1 and therefore blocking the inflammatory response.