Minimally invasive treatment for knee roughness
In this article, we review together the treatment of knee roughness with limited intervention, but to be able to clarify the information in a simple and brief way, we are exposed to some important points, namely:
1- Definition of knee roughness, its causes, and the people most vulnerable to it
2- What is a minimally invasive or non-surgical intervention and its advantages?
3. Treatment of knee roughness with thermal frequency
4. Plasma treatment of knee roughness
5. Treatment of knee roughness with stem cells
6. Treatment of knee roughness with oil injection (hyaluronic)
What is roughness of the knee and its most common causes
In the beginning we need to understand how the knee works and a simple description of it and its internal composition:
1- The knee: It is one of the moving joints of the human body and it is also the largest joint which in turn allows the leg to move forward and backward and consists of the thigh and shin bones in addition to the saponite bone.
2. Cartilage: Its primary task in the knee is to secure and smooth its movement, because it is a thin layer of tissue that lines the knee joint and it secretes synovial fluid.
3. Muscles and ligaments: which help stabilize the knee while standing and moving
4. Meniscus: its primary function is to absorb shock
After we got acquainted with the formation of the knee in detail, we can now also simplify a description
Roughness of the knee: It results from the erosion of the cartilage covering the surface of the joint, which causes a weakness in its cohesion, and as a result, cracks and cracks appear in the cartilage surface until the condition progresses and the bite begins to appear, causing knee roughness pain.
The most common causes of knee roughness:
1. Excess weight, which is a common factor between the two sexes, but it is a strong cause for women and a strong factor in their affliction, especially after menopause.
3. Violent sports.
4. Injuries that occur causing problems in the meniscus or in the muscles and ligaments surrounding the knee.
5. Impaired immunity.
What is a minimally invasive or non-surgical intervention and its advantages:
Limited intervention: The technique of minimally invasive or non-invasive intervention appeared mainly to alleviate the suffering of patients in pain treatment. It is not conceivable that the treatment is done to relieve some pain so that the patient enters the suffering of post-operative pain treatment.
The techniques of minimally invasive techniques vary, some of which will be explored in this article
Advantages of limited intervention:
1. Very safe and has no side effects or complications.
2. The patient can leave the hospital on the same day and return to normal life because it has a fast action.
Treatment of knee roughness with thermal frequency:
This technique is based on partial anesthesia and then inserting the thermal-frequency needle, which is completely covered except for the first part of it to the knee, directing the thermal frequency waves to the part to be treated and transmitting impulses that work to reduce the sensation causing the pain and end it completely and is characterized by being through an opening that does not exceed One centimeter, then the patient leaves immediately for home without any complications.
To learn more about treating knee roughness with thermal frequency, you can read this article
Treatment of knee roughness with thermal frequency
Plasma knee roughness treatment:
In it, a blood sample is drawn from the patient, the plasma is separated from it, and then the affected part is injected, which in turn works to treat the laceration in it because the plasma is rich in substances that work on it.
And the most important characteristic of this method we have in Koura clinics is that we have a medical laboratory at the highest level of efficiency, accuracy and safety in which the plasma is separated and the affected part is injected with it, which is fresh
To learn more about treating knee roughness with plasma, you can browse the article below
Treatment of knee roughness with plasma
Stem cells treatment of knee roughness:
Although its goal is similar to plasma injection, it is different because its source is belly fat, not blood, and it has the advantage of being modifiable, which is why it is able to rebuild cartilage after separating it in the laboratory.
To learn more about knee roughness with stem cells, you can read this article
Stem cells treatment of knee roughness
Knee roughness treatment with hyaluronic:
It is an oily substance completely similar to the one in the knee, the knee is injected with it to work to reduce the friction that causes pain and its goal is to play the role of the oily substance in the healthy knee.
There are different types of source, and each has a specific duration of effect, which is the reason behind the different costs of injection.