The orthopedic condition that impacts the tendons and ligaments rather than the joint membranes is referred to as enthesopathy.
While many doctors will recommend invasive surgical techniques such as arthroscopy, which is used to repair damaged ligaments, a newer, more innovative option is available—stem cell therapy.
Treating Enthesopathy with Stem Cell Therapy
The Institute of Regenerative and Molecular Orthopedics pioneered the use of stem cell therapy and platelet rich plasma in conjunction with traditional orthopedics to address a variety of orthopedic concerns. These noninvasive treatments are optimal for treating conditions affecting tendons, ligaments and joints.