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without the risks of traditional surgery!

Are You Tired of Chronic Knee Pain?

Discover non-surgical solutions that offer real, lasting relief without the risks of major surgery or long-term medications.

Challenges We Address

Fear of Major Surgery

Anxiety About Medication Side-Effects

Feeling Ignored By Healthcare Providers

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Empowering Your Path to Wellness

Escape the dread of invasive surgery and the risks tied to medication side-effects. Reclaim your nights for restful sleep, dive back into cherished activities, and reconnect at social gatherings you’ve missed. Sidestep the pitfalls of inactivity and insomnia.

Our Simple Process

Discovery Consultation

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Clinic Visit

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Procedure Day

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No Major Incision, All True Precision!

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Genicular artery embolization is a minimally invasive procedure aimed at reducing knee pain caused by conditions like osteoarthritis. It involves identifying and selectively treating problem areas in the knee to reduce inflammation and pain. This customized care offers relief without resorting to major surgery, enabling a swift return to your everyday life, free from the burden of knee pain.

We utilize advanced medical imaging to create a detailed map of your knee, pinpointing the exact origin of your discomfort. With the detailed map in hand, we perform a gentle, precision guided procedure, targeting the specific problem area while minimizing damage to surrounding structures and tissue. This procedure, called Genicular Artery Embolization (GAE), effectively reduces the source of your inflammation and relieves pain.

Ideal candidates are individuals with chronic knee pain due to osteoarthritis who have not responded well to conventional treatments such as medication or physical therapy.

As with any medical procedure, there are risks involved, including infection, bleeding, or bruising to surrounding tissues. It’s important to note that serious complications are very uncommon due to the precision and minimally invasive nature of the technique. Your doctor will take all necessary precautions to minimize risks and ensure the procedure is as safe as possible.

The procedure is typically performed under local anesthesia, with the patient awake. A catheter is inserted through a small incision, and imaging is used to guide the catheter to the target vessels in the knee, which are then blocked.

Many patients report significant reductions in pain and improved mobility after the procedure, but results can vary based on individual conditions (Okuno et al., 2020).

The procedure is typically covered by insurance, including medicare. Coverage can vary widely depending on the specific insurance plans. Connect with one of our specialists to see if your insurance covers this innovative procedure.

Studies and clinical trials show promising results, with many patients experiencing significant pain relief. (Okuno et al., 2020).

Preparation typically involves standard pre-procedure protocols, such as fasting for a certain period and possibly temporarily stopping certain medications. Your healthcare provider will give you specific instructions based on your health condition.