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Joint Space – The Life of the Party

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Dr. Dan Levesque, DC

    The spaces in your joints act like cushions for your bones and also allow normal motion. When your joint space becomes thinner, you start having pain and are more prone to injury. When you have no more joint space (bone on bone), you have constant pain, weakness and are facing joint replacement surgery. The thicker your joint spaces are, the longer life you will have in your joints. The longer your joints last, the longer you’ll be able to keep living the life you’ve always dreamt of… without joint pain.

     This is why regenerative medicine makes so much sense to so many people. Regenerative medicine is the only type of therapy that’s been shown proven to add joint space to degenerative, arthritic joints. In most cases, people wait until their joints are nearly gone before we see them. Fortunately, regenerative medicine offers even end-stage arthritic patients hope. However if these patients had come to us years before, our treatment might have added more joint space and they may have been able to avoid all the misery, pain and costs. The point is DON’T WAIT until your joints are ‘bone on bone’ before seeking treatment! If you’re having even intermittent bouts of stiffness or pain in any of your joints or spine, it is worth your time to have an evaluation at our office. If you’re having any deterioration in your joints, treating it early with regenerative medicine is a great way to avoid years of pain and suffering. If there is anything you can do that will add more joint space and thus longer life to your joints, you should do it. Regenerative medicine promises this…. And delivers it too!


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