Knee pain is something many Americans face as they get older. There are also a series of factors that can make chronic knee pain worse, such as injuries to the structure of the knee, sprains and strains, overuse, infection, poor posture, and improperly stretching the knee muscles.

Common Causes of Knee Pain

Some of the most common causes of knee pain that can be effectively treated with stem cell therapy include:
  • Osteoarthritis (inflammation caused by degeneration and deterioration of the joint)
  • Tendinitis
  • Bursitis
  • Chondromalacia patella
  • Baker’s cyst
  • Meniscus tear
  • Torn ligament

Texas Partners Healthcare Group offers the latest, cutting-edge techniques and treatments in stem cell therapy. We are strong advocates for using stem cell therapy to treat various orthopedic conditions and injuries of the knee.


Stem Cell Therapy for Knee Pain


Stem cells are used to repair, restore, or replace damaged and diseased tissues and cells of the knee and other structures within the musculoskeletal system. When it comes to knee injuries and pain, stem cells are used as the primary healing mechanism in the body. Knee joint cartilage and ligaments have a limited blood supply, which can prevent natural delivery of stem cells to the damaged tissue. This is why stem cell injections performed at our clinics are so effective.

Once we have located the source of pain, we can deliver a large volume of stem cells by injection to help encourage the healing process. This alternative form of therapy works to repair degenerative knee cartilage and torn tendons, all while providing pain relief that more conservative forms of treatment have had little success with. Prior to the injection, your Texas Partners Healthcare Group doctor will locate the exact source of pain and create a customized treatment plan.

If you are living with knee pain and would like to learn about how stem cell therapy can help, please contact Texas Partners Healthcare Group today. We have locations in Denton, Allen, Flower Mound, Frisco, Little Elm, Coppell, and McKinney today to schedule an appointment.