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Question: Hello, doctor. I had an X-ray that showed knee osteoarthritis with bone spurs. I was prescribed medication, but I still experience severe night pain. Can you provide further advice?
Answer: Thank you for reaching out to AMIO with your question. The nature of knee osteoarthritis involves:
- The gradual loss of joint lubrication over time.
- Causing bone ends to rub against each other.
- Leading to cartilage erosion.
The formation of bone spurs that compress surrounding tissues and soft structures, resulting in pain for patients. Therefore, medication mainly acts to suppress nerve signals, temporarily reducing pain but not addressing the underlying disease mechanism. Bio Nano Cell is currently the only method that treats the root cause of the disease by replenishing joint lubrication, increasing the space between bone ends, and regenerating damaged cartilage without needing medication or surgery.
How many treatment sessions with AMIO will it take to eliminate knee cracking and increased pain during movement, especially when climbing stairs?
Question: My mother has had knee osteoarthritis for six years. She has tried Western and traditional medicine, but her knees frequently crack and are especially painful during movement, especially when climbing stairs. Can you explain the AMIO treatment process and its effectiveness?
Answer: We would like to provide the following information in response to your question. Knee cracking and increased pain during movement are common symptoms of knee osteoarthritis. When the amount of joint lubrication decreases, the bone ends come into contact with each other during activity, leading to frequent knee cracking and discomfort. To eliminate these symptoms, your mother must replenish joint lubrication, regenerate damaged cartilage, and slow down osteoarthritis through Bio Nano Cell therapy. Typically, a treatment course involves around three sessions and can result in an 80% improvement. However, each patient may require a personalized treatment plan based on their condition.
Question: I am 50 years old and often experience knee pain due to prolonged sitting, especially when standing up or sitting down. An X-ray revealed that I have stage 2 knee osteoarthritis. Is there a treatment option that doesn't involve surgery or medication?
Answer: Hello, the first step is to change your sitting posture to minimize prolonged sitting and cross-legged sitting, which can exacerbate knee osteoarthritis. In your case, being 50 years old and in stage 2 of knee osteoarthritis, this is a crucial stage for treatment. Proper intervention at this stage with Bio Nano Cell stem cell therapy can significantly improve your mobility. By finding, repairing, and replacing damaged cells caused by aging with healthy cells, Bio Nano Cell supplements joint fluid, restores damaged cartilage and treats the root cause of the disease without the need for medication or surgery.
Is it safe to undergo Bio Nano Cell treatment for knee osteoarthritis with underlying conditions like high blood pressure and diabetes?
Question: My mother is 65 and has knee osteoarthritis and other conditions like high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and diabetes. Will Bio Nano Cell Therapy be effective and safe for her?
Answer: For patients with knee osteoarthritis who are elderly and have multiple underlying conditions, Bio Nano Cell therapy is extremely safe and highly effective. This therapy follows the principles of no medication, surgery, or downtime. Because it targets the root cause of the disease, it achieves a high success rate, with up to 90% effectiveness for mild cases and 80% for severe cases.
Question: My father is 70 years old and previously had knee injuries from heavy labor. Can Bio Nano Cell therapy be effective in his case?
Answer: Injuries are one of the factors that can contribute to knee osteoarthritis in many individuals. If injuries are not addressed promptly and correctly, they can accelerate the process of osteoarthritis. In your father's case, Bio Nano Cell stem cell therapy can be a suitable treatment option. This therapy comprehensively targets the JOINT CARTILAGE, JOINT FLUID, MUSCLES, LIGAMENTS, and TENDONS, repairing and regenerating the tissues surrounding the knee joint without medication, surgery, or downtime. For elderly individuals, this is a safe and necessary treatment that can improve mobility and prevent further injuries or falls.
How should knee osteoarthritis with deformity of the legs be treated, and how long does it take to recover?
Question: My mother's condition is quite severe, with both legs deformed and difficulty walking upright. She is 70 years old. Can you explain the treatment options and the expected recovery time?
Answer: In your mother's case, where both legs are deformed, knee osteoarthritis may have progressed to stage 3 or 4. Deformities occur due to prolonged osteoarthritis, which results in severe cartilage damage and pain. If the pain leads to restricted movement, patients adapt by changing their walking posture, leading to deformities and misalignment of the knee joint. In such cases, the risk of joint replacement surgery becomes significant.
Before proceeding with treatment, the doctors at AMIO must assess X-ray images and the range of motion to provide a specific treatment plan. AMIO offers a comprehensive approach, including Bio Nano Cell stem cell therapy to repair and regenerate damaged tissues, home exercise programs, postural correction, and strengthening of the muscles around the joint to reduce pressure on the knees. Weight management and avoiding excessive knee strain are also essential for recovery.
I'm only 40 years old, but frequently experience knee pain, especially when climbing stairs. Could this be due to knee osteoarthritis?
Question: I'm only 40 but often experience knee pain, especially when climbing stairs. Could this be a sign of knee osteoarthritis?
Answer: Nowadays, an increasing number of individuals in the 40-45 age group are developing osteoarthritis. Prolonged sitting cross-legged, sedentary lifestyles and poor nutrition are contributing factors. Many people in this age group tend to dismiss their symptoms, which can lead to the progression of osteoarthritis. In your case, experiencing knee pain during movement, particularly when climbing stairs, could indicate osteoarthritis. It's essential to consult a healthcare professional or undergo an X-ray to get a precise diagnosis. Avoiding self-neglect is crucial, as untreated osteoarthritis can progress to stages 2 or 3, making treatment more challenging and time-consuming.
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