Knee Rejuvenation Therapy

100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain. Knee pain is the second most common cause of chronic pain. 15-20% of men are affecting with chronic knee pain. More women than men report knee pain, with the overall prevalence of knee pain in women roughly 20%!

"I stopped golfing because of my knee, just walking from the cart to the green was painful and I couldn't really swing my clubs with any power anymore"


While there are many causes there are precious few solutions. In fact most solutions are terrifying to think about!


SURGERY!


When most people begin to experience unrelenting knee pain they end up at the orthopedic surgeons office. That would seem to be a great idea, the problem is that the only solution that they have is pills that cover up the pain and inflammation but do nothing to actually heal the problem, physical therapy that may help to strengthen the surrounding muscles but will do very little to heal the damage. And lastly, they have surgery. Scrape it out, cut it out, remove the knee and put in a prosthetic that doesn't work as well as the original and may or may not turn out very well. Not every knee replacement is a success and there ARE complications. Possible infection being one of the very worst - and fairly common.



Enter Knee Rejuvenation Therapy

NO DRUGS! NO SURGERY!

Have You Been Told You Need Surgery? Perhaps even a knee replacement? You are EXACTLY the person this was designed for. Knee Rejuvenation Therapy is designed to not only alleviate the pain but to also reverse the damage from chronic knee injuries, osteoarthritis, ACL/PCL/MCL injuries, meniscus tears, failed surgery, previous injury - That's right, the knee actually gets better!!!


When you injure your knee... is it ever your good knee anymore?

Is it Safe?

Knee Rejuvenation Therapy is VERY safe. The only contraindications are active infections or cancer in the treatment area, acute meniscus tears (gotta let these heal a bit first), complete ACL/PCL/MCL/LCL tears (ligaments are no longer attached). That's about it! Even with prior surgery in almost all cases it is still safe.