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Arkansas Osteoarthritis Treatment

The best place to find treatment for osteoarthritis in Arkansas is Osteodoctors.com. Osteoarthritis is caused from bones in a joint rubbing together as a result of degraded cartilage. Cartilage is the tough, rubbery material that exists between bones to allow free movement. When the bones rub together, pain and discomfort can occur, along with limited range of motion. Other signs can include swelling, pain during regular movement, and cracking or grating noises during joint movement. When these signs are present, look no further than Osteodoctors.com.

Our treatment method for osteoarthritis is a nonsurgical procedure. Why nonsurgical? Surgical treatment presents some health risks and should always be the final option. What we provide is an FDA-approved hyaluronic acid injection directly into the affected joint. This replaces the viscous fluid that the osteoarthritic joint is lacking. What are the downsides of surgery? Two common surgical treatments include joint replacement and joint fusion. With joint replacement, the joint itself is replaced. This artificial joint will need to be replaced after some time. With joint fusion, the two bones of the joint are fused together, taking away movement entirely. Both of these procedures require long period of recovery. Our treatment requires significantly less recovery times.

If you are in need of osteoarthritic treatment in Arkansas, contact Osteodoctors.com. We partner with the top doctors in Arkansas to get you the treatment you need. Our treatment is innovative and gaining the attention of the medical community. We have an 87% success rate, and will surely get you on your way to a pain-free lifestyle.




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