Rotator Cuff & Labral Tears
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Traditional orthopedic options appear to be limited, and these are often costly procedures with lengthy recovery times. We understand your pain. We meet patients every day suffering from partial and minimally retracted rotator cuff tears and labral tears. Motus Biologics offers shoulder stem cell treatments in Kansas City to patients looking for a noninvasive option to relieve shoulder pain.
Think of it as your body healing your body! Stem cell treatments use your body’s own healing cells and reallocate them to initiate and accelerate the healing process.
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We meet patients every day suffering from meniscus tears, arthritis, tendonitis (patellar, quadriceps, hamstrings), ligament injuries such as sprains and tears, patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS), bursitis, Baker’s cysts, and various cartilage conditions.
At Motus, we offer nonoperative knee stem cell, PRP & Tenex treatments in Kansas City to ideal candidates as an alternative to treat pain and prevent further wearing down of the joint. Motus is regrowing the damaged parts of your knee. Traditional surgical methods aim to remove or “clean-out” (also known as debride) damaged and dead tissues such as tendon or cartilage. PRP is the natural healing process of your body. For those patients desiring more traditional methods of removing diseased tissue, we offer a less invasive alternative to surgery known as Tenex.
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When a ligament is injured, this is known as a sprain. There are three grades of sprains. A grade I sprain involves stretching of the ligament with tiny microscopic tears. A grade II sprain is a tear of the ligament that is not the full thickness. Grade III sprains are when the ligament tears in half which are also known as a rupture. Common sites of sprains include the elbow (UCL), knee (MCL, meniscus, and ACL), and ankle.
Once the proper diagnosis is established, we can design a customized treatment plan. Whether this is medications, bracing, physical therapy, biologics, or even surgery.