Regrow Treatment & Diagnostics in C Scheme, Jaipur
Avascular Necrosis (AVN) or Osteonecrosis is the destruction of bone tissues as a result of a lack of blood flow. AVN is a condition that worsens with time, limiting movement and eventually collapsing the afflicted joint. Young individuals between the ages of 20 and 45 are most commonly affected by AVN of the hip joint. AVN can affect the knee, shoulder, ankle, and other parts of the body.
Avascular Necrosis (AVN) symptoms include:
- Swelling, pain, and stiffness in the afflicted joint
- Walking, laying down, or placing weight on a joint might cause pain.
- With the afflicted joint, there is limited mobility.
- The inability to bend forward or even tie one's shoes
- Walking with a limp
Causes of Avascular Necrosis (AVN)
Avascular Necrosis (AVN) has several causes, including:
- Steroids are used.
- Accident or traumatic injury
- Obesity with a sedentary way of life
- Excessive alcohol consumption and smoking
- Idiopathic or Chemotherapy
How the procedure is performed at Apollo Spectra, Jaipur?
Avascular Necrosis of the Hip Joint Stages
- Because AVN advances so quickly, it's critical to detect and treat it as soon as possible.
- When proper therapy is obtained in the early stages of AVN, it can be reversed.
- Significant bone fractures and cartilage loss render the joint non-functional in the advanced stages. Replacement surgery is required to replace the damaged joint at an advanced stage.
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- The root cause of AVN is being addressed in order to halt the disease's development.
- Removes the need for a total hip replacement, which is a very intrusive procedure.
- Patients' own cells are used in natural therapy.
Treatment with Bone Cell Therapy at Apollo Spectra, Jaipur
- The patient's bone marrow is removed.
- In the laboratory, healthy bone cells (osteoblasts) are identified and grown.
- Cultured bone cells are injected into the area where the bone has died.
Bone Cell Therapy Results
- Bone tissue is replaced with new, healthy bone.
- The progression of AVN is halted.
- The original hip joint has been maintained.
- The patient is able to resume an active regular life and is no longer in pain or disabled.
You may have one or more of the following symptoms if you have cartilage injuries:
- At rest and while exerting weight on the afflicted joint, joint discomfort occurs.
- Swelling in the area of the injured joint
- Stiffness of the joints
- The feeling of clicking or grinding
- Joint catching or locking
Excessive joint activity, sports injuries, accidents or trauma, and even ageing can cause cartilage degradation. The knee joint (image) is the most afflicted, followed by the shoulder, ankle, elbow, and wrist.