, Singapore (PressExposure) May 03, 2009 -- Most doctors or physiotherapists can tell you that there is no 100% cure for arthritis or joint degeneration. Physical therapist commonly prescribes hotpack to relieve pain and prescribe exercises to strengthen surrounding joint muscles.
For the first time ever, hereâs a more dramatic new ways that emerged over the past decade of how a specialised physiotherapist in Singapore manage arthritis and joint pain. Not only relieves the pain, it also helped in repairing tissues and regeneration of cartilage in long term conservatively, without operation.
Pulsed Electromagnetic (EM) signal Therapy Pulsing Electro Magnetic Field influences cell behavior by inducing electrical changes around and within the cell. Improved blood supply increases the oxygen pressure, activating and regenerating cells. Improved calcium transport increases absorption of calcium in bones and improves the quality of cartilage in joints, decreasing pain dramatically.
Low Level Laser Therapy Low Level laser treatment increases the speed, quality and strength of cell tissue repair, increase blood supply to the affected area, stimulate the immune system, stimulates nerve function, develops collagen and muscle tissues, helps generate new healthy cells and tissue and promotes faster wound healing and clot formation. This method can even provide significant results for the elderly, or patients suffering from long-term conditions or cell damage, even in cases that were previously considered to be hopeless.
Collagen hydrolysate (such as CH-Alpha) Recent laboratory findings, practical medical experience, and clinical studies have confirmed that CH-Alpha accumulates in joints and supports cartilage regeneration. It contains high concentrations of the joint-building amino acids such as glycine and proline which represents 90% to 95% of the collagen found in joint cartilage. It is also the only product proven to stimulate specialized cells called chondrocytes, which are responsible for the metabolic maintenance of the extracellular matrix. This unique effect on cartilage metabolism offers a breakthrough approach to promoting joint health.
Joint problems like osteoarthritis are chronic diseases that may last a lifetime. It is important to change current opinion on arthritis and to increase knowledge of the possibilities available for controlling symptoms, postponing disability, and giving sufferers the ability to cope daily with the disease. Early diagnosis and appropriate physiotherapy management may help to improve the quality of life of arthritic patients. As a last resort, surgery is available to relieve pain and return patients to better physical function. 360 Orchard Road International Building #09-10 67355368 http://painrelief.sg/