Treat Jumper’s Knee Naturally with Medical Cure India Stem Cell Therapy
If you overuse your knee repeatedly or you are a jumper or a runner, you are at risk of getting a jumper’s knee. Patellar tendonitis is the other name for Jumper’s knee. If there is no significant improvement in your condition, your doctor may recommend surgery. Even if you require treatment for jumper’s knee, it need not be surgery right away.
In our Medical Cure India Stem Cell Clinic, you can find the long lasting non-surgical option to treat a jumper’s knee. We offer PRP therapy and Medical Cure India Stem Cell therapy as treatment.
Let me first explain what Patellar tendonitis is before we understand the significance of Medical Cure India Stem Cells Clinic’s varied therapies.
What is Patellar tendonitis or Jumper’s knee?
Tendon connects the kneecap to the shinbone. You develop patellar tendonitis when there is an injury to that tendon. Strained patellar tendon gives rise to this condition.
Due to the repeated stress of the tendon, you may get micro-tears. Hence, they become inflamed over time. There can be different risk factors:
- A sharp rise in the frequency or intensity of physical activity.
- Taking part in physical activities or sports that involve jumping and running.
- Taut quadriceps and hamstrings.
- Uneven muscle stretch where stronger muscles have a greater pull compared to the patellar tendon.
Signs of Jumper’s knee
There will be an ache between the tibia (where the tendon joins the shinbone) and the kneecap. This pain occurs during physical activity or just after that. Therefore, this condition may hinder your daily activities or movements.
The severe pain will prevent you from taking part in physical activity or sport. Hence, if you neglect this ache and strain, you can develop acute patellar tendinopathy.
Diagnosis of Patellar tendonitis
Your doctor will check you below the kneecap to see if there is any pain on the front part of the knee. He will administer you with imaging tests like X-rays to check for any additional bone problems.
You may be advised to take an ultrasound test to reveal if there is any tear in the patellar tendon. An MRI test can help to reveal any changes in the patellar tendon.
Treatment of Jumper’s knee with Conventional therapy
There are many conventional treatments for jumper’s knee. It includes physical therapy like strengthening exercises, corticosteroid injections, R.I.C.E. (Rest, Ice therapy, Compression, and Elevation formula), activity modification, and NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs).
However, these conventional methods cannot treat the root cause of this problem. If the condition is left untreated, there is a great danger of developing patellar tendon rupture. Then you’ll be advised to go for surgery. Even in surgery, there is a possibility of post-surgical complications.
Treat Jumper’s knee with Regenerative Cell therapy
Regenerative cell treatment is a non-surgical method to treat a jumper’s knee. Moreover, it naturally provides a long-lasting effect.
Various regenerative treatments include platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy and cell therapy. These minimally invasive therapies can heal and restore the damaged tissues quickly. The patient’s own cells are used to improve the healing mechanism in the damaged area. Hence, there won’t be any side effects like allergy, and rejection.
Moreover, the patient can find a significant improvement within two weeks of the treatment. But, for complete regeneration, it will take time. Hence, regenerative treatment is a very good alternative therapy for a jumper’s knee problem that you can think for sure.
After diagnosing your condition, our therapists may recommend combinational therapy to improve the healing process.
Try to understand the effect of our regenerative treatment on Jumper’s knee condition during your initial consultation in our Medical Cure India Stem Cells Clinic.