My problems began about three years ago when I met with an injury while playing basketball. My joints hurt so much that I was able to walk only with the assistance of a walking stick. I didn’t want to undergo replacement of joints as they would have to replace me both knees and a hip! When I heard from my doctor about the likelihood of using my own cells from my own fat, I planned to undergo the treatment at Stem Cell Care India. The benefit of the procedure is that the cells can be applied during one process to more regions of the body, but still – trust but verify – so at first I underwent application to the zone of both knees. Within a month, my condition upgraded so much that the next appointment with the doctor was chiefly because I needed to order further treatment i.e. application of stem cells into the zone of the right hip. Now it is 10 months after the procedure and if I should think cautiously, then in relation to momentous improvement of my health condition, I can only say that it was a fantastic investment. Indeed, I do not run competitively, but I have never done that before. I am contented that I do not have to use a walking stick, my joints do not pain and hurt and I can sleep all night long. I undertook the application of own stem cells in 2016. Improvement progressively appeared. Two months after the process, I began to ride a bike and I had smaller hikes.
Previously, every day I felt pain and rigidity of the knee that limited me in other activities. Now it has been one year after the process already and I am categorically gratified and I do not regret. I ride my bike painlessly, I also relished skiing and ice skating this year, I can play basketball without confines and can also practice my other beloved sports (badminton, swimming etc.). I admit that I am avoiding a running for lengthier distances, but that is mainly owing to exaggerated carefulness and long-term lack of this type of load. Furthermore, the status of the muscles of the legs even improved. Also, there can essentially be seen a significant upsurge of cartilage on control X-ray images. So, a visible fissure on X-rays, as it was clarified to me.