Knee Osteoarthritis Reversed
Imagine Your Life WITHOUT Knee Pain
NO Surgery – NO Steroids – NO Down time
FDA Approved & Covered By Medicare and Most Major Insurances
Specifically Developed For Chronic Knee Pain and Osteoarthritis
Did you know that over 100 million Americans suffer from knee and joint pain? In fact, pain from osteoarthritis alone accounts for over 25% of all visits to primary care physicians and half of all anti-inflammatory drug prescriptions.
In spite of these facts and the potential complications associated with joint replacement surgery, there is some good news: Relief from your knee pain and lost function can be achieved using a promising nonsurgical technique.
Joint fluid therapy, also known as viscosupplementation, is a new type of FDA-approved treatment approach for pain associated with osteoarthritis and chronic knee pain.
Arthritic painful knee can usually be treated with insurance coverage with hyaluronic gel injections.
405 East Court Avenue
Jeffersonville, IN 47130
*Results may vary due to a variety of factors.
HOW IT WORKS
- Hyaluronic acid gel work
- Biologic Messenger Signaling Allograft Tissues
- Umbilical Cord Wharton’s Jelly Allograft products
- Bone Marrow Aspirate Mesenchymal Tissues
- Regenerative Medicine Amniotic Tissue
Considering Surgery? Consider This…
People suffering from knee pain typically try supplements or pain medications before seeking help from a doctor. When all else fails and the pain is too much, some believe that surgery is their only option. Before you put yourself through months of immobility, pain, rehabilitation, and hefty medical bills, consider these facts:
Joint Fluid Therapy: Covered by most insurance plans including Medicare
Surgery: Deductible, co-pay, medications, time-off work, etc.
Joint Fluid Therapy: No known side effects
Surgery: Blood clots, infection, poor outcome, addiction to pain medications
Joint Fluid Therapy: Little to none
Surgery: Can be severe for months
Joint Fluid Therapy: Immediate
Surgery: Months / Years
Frequently Asked Questions
Will Insurance or Medicare pay for this treatment?Our treatment program is covered by Medicare and most major insurance carriers. If you like, we can take your insurance information over the phone to perform a complimentary verification of your benefits.
What is injected into the knee?Based on your condition, we utilize an FDA-approved product that goes by various brand names, including Genvisc, Supartz, Orthovisc, Hyalgen, or Synvisc. This substance is similar to the natural lubricant in your knee and can replace the fluids you may have lost over time or due to injury.
I’ve already done this, and it did not work. How is this different?If you’ve had these done by an orthopedist, chances are they did the procedure blindly, meaning without x-ray guidance. We use a new technology called fluoroscopic guidance that allows us to see into your knee in real-time, which allows the doctor to see the needle travel directly where it needs to go. If your past doctor did not use this technology, how can you be sure the lubricant got to where it needed to be?
How many treatments will I need?Although the length of our treatment plans vary based upon your condition, most patients require a series of 3-5 injections. The doctor can explain the necessary frequency of your treatment during your risk-free, no-cost consultation.
How long will it take before I experience relief?This varies by patient, as no two cases are precisely the same. That said, many patients experience relief almost immediately after the first injection.
How long will my pain relief last?This depends on your condition. For many patients, relief lasts years, while others may need to return periodically for additional treatments. Most insurance carriers allow for two courses of injections per year if your pain returns.
Are there any side effects to the treatment?
No known side effects or adverse drug interactions are associated with joint fluid therapy. That said, please make sure your doctor knows of any known allergies or adverse reactions to medication.
If I have had joint replacement surgery, am I still a candidate for treatment?No. You would not be a candidate if you’ve had joint replacement surgery on both knees. If, however, you’ve only had one knee replaced, we may still be able to help you with the other knee. Patients with partial knee replacements are often candidates. Our clinician will need to evaluate you.
I was told nothing could help me. Do you think this treatment can help me?I understand your frustration. However, there is hope. We frequently see patients that have been told their only option is “to learn to live with the pain or have surgery.” We have been able to help many patients find relief and avoid surgery. The doctor can review your particular case and determine what, if anything, we can do to help. There is no cost or obligation for this consultation.
Is Joint Gel Fluid Therapy Right For You?
If you’ve tried everything to get rid of your chronic, debilitating knee pain and you’ve been told your only other option is joint replacement surgery, then we’d like to help you get a clear picture of what your life could be without chronic and severe joint pain by scheduling a NO COST, NO OBLIGATION consultation.
In less than an hour, you’ll receive a thorough assessment of your problem and provided with our best recommendations you’ll need to recover quickly and begin enjoying a normal life again.