Phases of Osteoarthritis Knee Degeneration

Chronic Knee Pain? Which Phase Are You?

Almost 10% of the United States population suffers from symptomatic knee osteoarthritis by the age of 60. Image A. shows a normal knee of a younger person. Note the spacing in the joint. Image D shows advanced degeneration of the knee which may require surgery.

As we age, our joints degenerate and so do the stem cells in our bodies which regenerate our cartilage, muscle and bone which can no longer keep the pace required to maintain a healthy joint.

Knee pain is often caused by wear and tear and activities such as golf, tennis or skiing. Your orthopedic physician/surgeon will often suggest invasive knee surgery to resolve chronic knee pain but it is important to know there is an alternative. Stem cell knee injections are fast becoming the answer to resolving acute and chronic knee pain as an alternative to knee replacement surgery.

StemX Stem Cell injections rebuild and repair cartilage, muscle and bone. They assist your existing Stem Cells to regenerate your joint, reduce inflammation and eliminate pain.  And it is all natural. Get out of pain and avoid surgery! Learn more about Stem Cell therapy for knee degeneration at www.stemxgroup.com

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Joint Pain? Learn More How Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cells Can Help!

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Joint Pain? Learn More about Regenerative and Stem Cell Therapy Can Help!

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