Explore The Benefits Of Stem Cell Therapy To Break The Barriers Of Knee Pain

Osteoarthritis (OA) is a degenerative condition that causes the afflicted joint to become stiff, painful, and less mobile due to the progressive loss of cartilaginous tissue.

The spine, foot, hands, hips, and knees are all impacted by the illness. Obesity, genetic predisposition, inactivity, trauma, sex, and age are among its changeable and unmodifiable risk factors

According to Dr. (Lt Col) Pawan K Gupta, President Medical & Regulatory Affairs, Stempeutics Research, osteoarthritis is clearly brought on by a number of proinflammatory cytokines and mediators in addition to normal wear and tear.

Worldwide, 9.6% of men and 18.0% of women over 60 have symptomatic osteoarthritis, according to the World Health Organization.

80% of people have mobility restrictions, and 25% have significantly reduced quality of life.

Knee OA is more common than hand OA in the Indian population. In India,

Grew from about 23.46 million in 1990 to 62.35 million in 2019.