What is nStride Therapy?
nStride therapy is possible to osteoarthritis. This therapy uses a concentrated solution derived from your own blood, which is rich in growth factors and anti-inflammatory proteins. By injecting this solution into the knee joint, nStride aims to reduce pain, improve function, and potentially slow the progression of osteoarthritis. This minimally invasive procedure harnesses the body’s natural healing mechanisms, offering a promising option for those seeking relief from joint pain without resorting to surgery.
How Does nStride Work?
The process of nStride therapy begins with a small blood sample from the patient. This sample is then processed to concentrate the anti-inflammatory and anabolic proteins that are essential for joint health. The resulting autologous protein solution is then injected into the patient’s knee joint. This targeted approach aims to create an optimal environment for joint healing and regeneration, offering hope to those suffering from the debilitating effects of knee osteoarthritis.
Why Choose Our Clinic for nStride Therapy?
Our clinic is at the forefront of providing innovative treatments for joint health, including nStride therapy for knee osteoarthritis. Our team of specialists is highly experienced in administering nStride, ensuring that each patient receives personalized care tailored to their specific needs. We are committed to utilizing the latest advancements in medical technology to offer effective, minimally invasive treatment options for our patients.
Frequently Asked Questions
nStride offers several advantages over traditional osteoarthritis treatments. It’s a minimally invasive procedure, reducing the risks associated with surgery. Patients often experience significant pain relief and improved joint function. Additionally, nStride is designed to be a long-term solution, potentially slowing the progression of osteoarthritis.
Ideal candidates for nStride are individuals experiencing knee pain due to osteoarthritis who have not found relief with traditional treatments. However, the suitability of nStride varies depending on individual circumstances, so a consultation with one of our specialists is essential.
Post-treatment, patients may experience temporary discomfort or swelling at the injection site. Most individuals notice an improvement in joint pain and mobility within weeks of the treatment. We recommend a follow-up appointment to monitor progress and determine the need for additional treatments.