Chronic knee pain is not normal or an expected part of aging. There is a reason some people get bad knees and some don’t. Read what researchers have found about arthroscopic knee surgery. There is research revealing how laser can help regenerate knee cartilge, which is exciting knews. In this document you will learn:
Regarding arthroscopy for osteoarthritis of the knee; “more than 650,000 such procedures are performed each year at a cost of roughly $5,000 each.” Yet, there is no evidence that arthroscopy cures or arrests knee osteoarthritis.
Objectively measured walking and stair climbing were poorer in the debridement group than in the placebo group at 2 weeks and 1 year and showed a trend toward worse functioning at 2 years
“Arthroscopic surgery for osteoarthritis of the knee provides no additional benefit to optimized physical and medical therapy.”
that a low-powered red laser was able to enhance knee cartilage regeneration.