Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are the most prescribed medications. In addition to treating pain, they also help reduce inflammation.
Viscosupplementation (Gel Shots)
A gel-like, lubricating fluid is injected into the joint, enabling bones to move smoothly over each other and as a shock absorber for joint loads.
Cell Therapy Treatments
Using cells from various sources, cell therapy injections help repair or restore the joint to a painless, functional state.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
By injecting areas of inflammation or tissue damage with high concentrations of PRP, it can encourage a potent healing response.
Bone Marrow Aspirate (BMA)
Similar to PRP, this treatment may be reserved for more challenging cases such as moderate to severe osteoarthritis or when more potent effects are desired.
Non-surgical Fracture Care
After proper assessment, mild to moderate fractures may only need to be treated with splints or braces to help speed up recovery.