Treatment for Quadriceps Strain or Tear
Straining the front muscles of the thigh is a result of a tear in the fibers within the group of quadriceps. Due to the varying degrees of quadriceps strain, three grades have been used to determine the severity of injury.
New Treatment Options for Quadriceps Strain
For those that are suffering from quadriceps strain and would like a non-invasive route to recovery, the medical professionals at The Institute of Regenerative Medicine offer the latest in orthopedic care with their use of cell-based therapy. Unlike traditional means to quadriceps strain recovery, cell therapy uses the cells and platelets that are separated from bone marrow that’s extracted from the patient to be injected in to the area of injury. In addition to the platelets directing the cells to repair the damaged muscle fibers, the stem cells also help to stimulate the damaged cells to restore themselves. This form of orthopedic care can see results in under three months and is a sufficient means of repair.