For many aging athletes and older adults, the rhetoric around getting older is that pain is a part of life. As one of the premier Pembroke Pines orthopedic surgeons, we know that that’s simply not the case.
The Game Has Changed For Joint Pain Treatments
It’s time to take a step back and reexamine the state of modern sports medicine.
One of the most potent examples of how far we’ve come can be found in two NFL running backs whose careers both took drastically different turns following similar knee injuries 41 years apart.
- Gale Sayers of the Chicago Bears sustained a torn ligament in his knee in 1970 and after multiple surgeries was never able to achieve his Hall of Fame form and soon retired in 1972.
- Adrian Peterson of the Minnesota Vikings sustained multiple ligament tears in his knee in 2011 and the very next year accumulated the second most rushing yards in a single season in NFL history with 2,097 yards in the best season of his career.
Through the advancements in sports medicine and orthopedic surgery, we now have the ability to regenerate and restore joint tissue to treat catastrophic knee injuries. So why let simple joint pain hold you back?
Is Joint Pain Impacting Your Quality Of Life?
As an athlete, it’s one thing to deal with sore muscles following a game or a workout. That’s just part of building stronger and more resilient muscle fibers. However, joint pain isn’t productive. Anytime you place sustained and/or repetitive strain on joints, it can wear down joint tissues and lead to inflammation, or worse, arthritis.
Being careful with your workouts and eating a healthy diet, devoid of too many inflammatory foods like red meats and dairy products, will help sustain healthy joint function. There are still professional athletes that play the game long enough to the point where joint pain is nearly inevitable.
We know that you wouldn’t have it any other way but being a legend in your sport doesn’t have to impact your Life After.
Are You Ready To Make A Life-Changing Decision?
The decisions you make during and after your playing career will have a lasting impact on your overall health and wellbeing.
Left untreated, a career in contact sports can leave a recently retired 30 year old athlete with the joints of an 80 year old.
Even if the impact of your playing days doesn’t catch up with you until your 40s, 50s or even 60s, you and your loved ones deserve a healthy and functional father, mother, grandfather, grandmother, etc.
You wouldn’t settle for less than peak physical performance during your career, don’t settle afterwards. LIVEYON REGEN® series is the leading edge in stem cell treatments.
How Stem Cells Treat Severe Joint Pain
Whether you’re retired or chasing a dream of the big leagues, back, shoulder, elbow and knee pain can keep you from the activities you love. Introducing stem cells into your ailing joints can reclaim your mobility and keep you in the game.
How Stem Cells Work
Stem cells are unique in that they are the only cells in our bodies that are unspecialized AND the only cells that have the ability to become specialized. From a medical standpoint, this means that when stem cells are introduced into an injured part of the body, the stem cells will take on the necessary cell form to create balance and promote optimal health.
Focusing on joint health specifically, the diminishing tissue that causes the painful inflammation can be restored with regenerative medicine like stem cells. Introducing stem cells into worn down joints, will regenerate joint tissue and promote strong, fluid and pain-free movement. LIVEYON REGEN® treatments require no downtime and no recovery. As the newly introduced stem cells settle in and take form, the joint health will progress for a few weeks and provide peak benefits between 10 and 12 weeks after the treatment.
Find out what the future of joint pain treatments can do for you. Call All-Pro Orthopedics & Sports Medicine @ (954) 399-5976 to eliminate pain from your game plan.