Aging, genetic predisposition but also excessive one-sided strain or accidents can lead to wear and tear on the joint cartilage. This wear is known as osteoarthritis and any joint can be affected. Pain such as uncomfortable pulling in the joint, morning joint stiffness or pain during initial joint movement are characteristic of osteoarthritis in the beginning stages. During the progression of the disease the pain increases and daily activities must be limited
As a result, the quality of life decreases as well. Many examples in our practice indicate that ACP therapy can lead to good results at any stage of osteoarthritis depending on the individual case. We offer you an individual consultation on whether the use of a self-blood therapy comes into question for your specific problem.
In addition, we create a therapy concept from a variety of options, which is specially tailored to you. Often, the self-blood therapy is used in combination with physiotherapy to achieve the best possible result.