Effective joint regeneration using regenerating treatments and surgery

Chronic orthopaedic conditions

Chronic orthopaedic conditions develop over a long time (months or years) of less severe course, as compared to acute injuries, though usually irreversible, progressive and requiring regular treatment, such as regenerative treatment, comprehensive rehabilitation or surgery (total joint replacement).

Chronic orthopaedic conditions may develop in genetically predisposed individuals, but may also be affected by lifestyle-related factors such as bad movement and dietary habits, sedentary lifestyle and lack of exercise.