Do I Really Need a Hip Replacement?

July 2, 2018 jlbworks

Your hips are the largest “ball-and-socket” joint within your body. This joint controls most of the movement in your body, therefore, suffering the most wear and tear. Whether you’re walking, running, or even sitting, your hips are responsible. It comes with no surprise that when these joints begin to diminish, your ability to function is affected greatly. The hip is durable, but it is not indestructible.
Joint stiffness and bone-on-bone pain can become debilitating to your everyday life. When the pain becomes too much, it becomes necessary to search for the quickest way out of pain. Complete joint replacement is the common approach taken by doctors everywhere. While their success rate is rather high, that comes with a cost. Infection, blood clots, and easy dislocation may be inevitable. While a replacement may stop the pain, it will not restore the joint movement you had 20 or 30 years ago.
At IMAC Regeneration Centers, we make it our goal to not only eliminate pain, but to provide you with long-term relief. Regenerative medicine can activate your own blood platelets and stem cells to speed up and stimulate your healing. There are plenty of benefits from these procedures, including the lack of downtime needed after treatment, the procedure is extremely non-invasive, and the effects are long-lasting.
Overall, what seems more desirable: A procedure that allows you to walk out of the clinic on the same day, WITHOUT the need for prescription medication, OR a hospital stay that stretches out over multiple days followed by weeks of pain? The goal at IMAC Regeneration Centers is to provide long-term relief and a return to the pain-free life you deserve, and we take great pride in doing whatever it takes to get you there.