Pain Relief for
Knee & Joint Pain
In the search for ways to heal and repair the body without surgery, regenerative medicine has become the new frontier.
The more scientists research and review the regenerative products that most safely and effectively accelerate and promote the body’s natural healing process, one product consistently comes out ahead.
That product is Exosomes.
Exosomes are small, naturally occurring vesicles that play an important role in cell-to-cell communication. They contain a variety of bioactive molecules, including growth factors, signaling proteins, and nucleic acids, which work together to promote tissue regeneration and repair.
In fact, it is estimated that Exosomes contain nearly 3 times the amount of growth factors as any other regenerative product.
More growth factors, of course, mean a better ability to heal and restore damaged tissue.
is a Minimally Invasive,
Regenerative Therapy can be used to treat a wide range of joint and soft tissue injuries, including arthritis, tendonitis, muscle strains, muscle tears, sports injuries, musculoskeletal conditions.
Unlike surgery, which carries significant risks and a long recovery period, exosome therapy typically requires little to no downtime.
- No Drugs
- No Synthetics
- Low Risk
When it comes to regenerative therapy, it’s crucial to trust the doctors performing the procedure and to know the details behind the regenerative or exosome products you receive.
This is especially important given the potential for some clinics to hide the treatment they perform or use inferior products. At ViscoGen®, Orlando’s leading non-surgical joint pain specialist, patients can be assured that they are in the hands of highly trained and experienced doctors who use only the highest quality exosome products.
Treatments We Provide
Chronic Knee Pain & Instability
Knee Popping, Cracking, & Snapping
Pain Due to Arthritis and Osteoarthritis
Decreased Range of Motion
Torn ACL, MCL, LCL & Meniscus
Torn Rotator Cuff
Torn Achilles Tendon
Low Back Pain (e.g., sciatica)
Hand and Foot Pain Due to Plantar Fasciitis