Experimental Therapies May Hold Key To Future Pain Treatment

Regenerative remedies are now being studied to aid in joint repair and rebuilding.

The treatment of arthritis and damaged joints is about to enter the era of regenerative orthopedics, in which physicians use detailed knowledge of your own cells, proteins and DNA to help you fight inflammation, repair the immune system, and rebuild joint cartilage. Although most of these experimental therapies are still in the research lab or in early stages of clinical testing, they hold the promise of earlier diagnosis, more effective medications, and better results. Following are…
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