Joint therapy is a way for the team to help you overcome problems with the joints in your body. Your joints are vital to movement and mobility, so it’s important to get help quickly when a problem arises.
Joint therapy involves many different treatments that help you overcome pain in your joints. These treatments not only help to decrease pain and inflammation, but also work to restore the tissues in your joints.
This type of therapy can be used on many of the joints in your body, including your shoulders, knees, and hips. Your spine and hands are other areas that can also be involved in joint therapy.
When you’re suffering from mobility issues or discomfort because of your joints, the team offers different forms of joint therapy to get you back on your feet. Joint therapy gives you the option of repairing your joint without the use of invasive surgery.
The goal of joint therapy at Joint Regeneration of Lake Oconee is to help you decrease discomfort in your joints and get you back to a point where your mobility is no longer affected. This may not happen overnight, but you should have no issues resolving your joint problems with a little time and effort.
Joint therapy involves injections and other treatments that help to reduce pain, inflammation, and promote healing. The practice offers many different types of joint injection therapy, some of which include:
Cortisone injections are a type of steroid injected into your joint. It focuses on decreasing the inflammatory response, so you get use of your joint and reduce pain. This type of injection can last for weeks, months, or even a year at a time.
Hyaluronic acid injections mimic a substance in your joints that provides fluidity and shock absorption. Over time, that substance wears away, which is where the hyaluronic acid comes in. This injection allows you to move your joint better to decrease friction and pain.
PRP is a type of regenerative medicine that’s often used in joints. It uses your own body’s blood and healing properties to repair damage in your joints. PRP is used for injuries and chronic conditions, and it can literally heal the tissues within your joint.
When you’re suffering from joint pain, joint therapy can help. Call the office to schedule a consultation, or book an appointment online today.