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What Happens When Knee Cartilage Is Damaged

The content of this blog post was updated on June 30, 2020. Previous comments have not been removed or edited. Basics on cartilage Cartilage is a durable, adaptable connective tissue that...

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Treatment Options for Joint Pain during COVID-19

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, many typically scheduled activities have been either cancelled or postponed indefinitely. Although many areas are already entering Phase Two (where many...

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Regenerative Therapy vs Traditional Cortisone Injections

This blog post was updated on June 8, 2020. Previous comments have not been removed or edited. What is Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)? Platelet Rich Plasma, or PRP, is a form of regenerative medicine...

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Osteoarthritis Exercises for Knee Pain

This blog post was updated on June 1, 2020. Previous comments have not been removed or edited. More than 10 million Americans have osteoarthritis of the knee — and for many of them, the last thing...

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How Staying Active Helps Your Joints

If you struggle from arthritis pain, often exercise can be the last thing on your mind. However, exercise provides a wide variety of benefits, both for people with arthritis and those who do not...

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Environmental Factors that Impact Joint Pain

Although scientific studies haven’t definitively found a causal link between weather and joint pain, 2 out of 3 joint pain patients say that changes in the weather affect how their joints feel....

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Patient Testimonial: Mike McClanahan

At Flexogenix®, we are proud to offer non-surgical solutions for joint pain. Our solutions have helped over 40,000 patients eliminate chronic pain and return to an active lifestyle.

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Why Choose Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)?

What is Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)? Platelet Rich Plasma, or PRP, is a form of regenerative medicine that uses a patient’s own blood and enriches it with plasma before reintroducing it to the...

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Staying Active While "Social Distancing"

Note: If you are not feeling well, please self-quarantine to protect yourself and those around you from potentially transmitting anything. If your symptoms worsen and match the symptoms listed here

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How Group Exercise Helps Adults With Joint Pain

Winter has officially arrived, and you might be looking for some extra motivation to stay active during the colder months. But perhaps the idea of going to the gym by yourself isn’t particularly...

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