Thigh Pain: Non-surgical Therapy

Have you been told that drugs, steroid injections or surgery are your only options to treat your thigh pain? LifePlus Stem Cell therapies provide a non-surgical alternative that uses your own cells to repair damage.

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Even the biggest muscles need help

Thigh pain at the front or back of the thigh is usually caused by overuse injuries and repetitive stress to your thigh muscles, often seen in athletes or runners. Overuse causes inflammation in your tendons, causing quadriceps or hamstring tendonitis.

Surgery can carry lengthy recovery times of four to six-month and has the risks associated with surgery. Those seeking alternatives may choose stem cell therapies.

Non-surgical solutions to thigh pain

Sports injuries are an unfortunate part of a healthy and active lifestyle. They can happen to professional athletes or recreational sports enthusiast who are actively involved in any type of sport. Injuries can happen anytime, anywhere.

Depending on the severity of the injury, some cases will be pretty minor that heal on their own, treated with ice and rest, while others are very serious and will require invasive surgical intervention to repair the damage.

If left untreated more serious sports-related injuries can result in further complications and reduced function, often due to overcompensation by the healthy joints and muscles.

Stem cell therapy and/or Shockwave Therapy offer powerful non-surgical alternatives, using a combination of the purest stem cells with impulses of sound energy, targeted to specific damaged tissues stimulating cell regeneration and healing, and decreasing local factors which can cause pain. Get back to doing all the things you love, faster and without invasive surgery.

Alternatives to surgery for thigh pain:

  • Physiotherapy
  • Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)
  • Stem cell therapy
  • Extracorporeal Magnetotransduction Therapy (EMTT®)
  • Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT)

Common thigh conditions include: Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy, Quadriceps Tendonitis.

As the field of regenerative medicine advances, more people are turning to stem cells therapy, to heal sports-related injuries faster.

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