Are There Alternatives To Knee Replacement – Bone On Bone Arthritis

Are There Alternatives To Knee Replacement – Bone On Bone Arthritis


Do you have knee pain or do you know
that someone that has that bone-on-bone thing going on, that doesn’t want surgery,
who’s tired of narcotics or steroid therapy? Then this is the video for you.
One of my favorite things to help people with, bone-on-bone knee pain. Hello everyone this is Dr. Jason West and we’re going to talk about chronic knee
pain specifically bone-on-bone arthritis which I get asked about all the time as
one of my favorite things to treat because there’s some amazing natural
non-surgical, non-prescriptive, non-narcotic ways to take care of knee
pain. So let’s talk about the knee joint itself for a minute.
You got your shin bone here and your thigh bone here, what happens is going
like this all of the time and I don’t know if you know that we’re not born
with kneecaps. What happens is we have a tendon attaching from the thigh bone
over onto the shin bone and when it rubs over that joint, eventually I think it’s
around age 2 we start developing a hardened part of the tendon which is the
kneecap. Now as when you talk about the knee joint, and bone on bone arthritis,
one of the most common things to do is it’s really hard to go up and down
stairs because there’s a membrane around each bone called the periosteum. When the
periosteum which is connected to all the nerve tissues touch each other
it really hurts. It short-circuits, it’s not fun. So you have people go up a stair
at a time or going down an incline really really hurts. Now for a long time,
I thought that the only way to take care of bone on bone knee arthritis was to do a
total knee replacement. And I’ve learned that that’s not the case because there
are some really neat interventions that help the shock absorber that was
previously thought that it was gone to actually make it so that they bones
don’t touch and the pain goes away. We’ve done this hundreds of times. There’s
video testimonials on it. The way that you take care of it is to do a
regenerative injection therapy we call this prolonged procedure. Now it’s a
complete opposite of cortisone. You don’t want to mix the Z O N E with the zone because
there is a hundred and eighty degrees opposite. Cortisone therapy which is usually the medical treatment is a steroid therapy
which gets rid of inflammation. You can’t do it repeatedly forever because it does
have some effects to the cells into the bone but the regenerative injection
therapy, the proliferative therapy using ozone what we call protozoan therapy,
it’s the exact opposite of that and here’s the big difference. The prolozone therapy you take a vitamin solution with some oxidative medicine.
You put the vitamin solution into the joint area. Whether it’s the knee, it
works for the hip, it works for the shoulders, the elbows, the wrists, and what
it does is it puts all of those building blocks into the joint space then you put
like literally a construction crew to remodel the area with some oxidative
medicine. I’ve seen with x-rays of people being bone on bone like this and you do
a series of treatments over you know four to six months and you’ll see the
space increase. Now are you regrowing on cartilage? I don’t know
doesn’t really help the patient it helps tremendously. It makes it so they can go
up and down stairs. Knee joints are my favorite way to treat you use. Protozoan
therapy to do it. I’m not seeing any contraindications, I’ve seen really
really good outcomes for people literally that are scheduled two three
four weeks before the first appointment cancel the surgical intervention. The
neat thing about this is if therapy doesn’t provide you with relief which
most of the time that it does but if it doesn’t medical recommendation as a
total knee replacement which you were going to do anyway but there’s a really
good possibility that you’re not going to need any surgery or at the very least
we can buy you some time and help avoid that surgical intervention. Now some
things that you can do at home. For chronic joint pain I really like a
product from Nature’s NX called dynamic duo. It’s a mineral formula and there’s
something called liquid joint revive it has glucosamine and chondroitin. It
has some proteolytic enzymes in it which are little Pacman they eat up
inflammation. There’s a lot better natural ways of taking Tylenol. Leave
advil. There’s some detrimental effects to those over-the-counter medicines. Also
the thing that helps is getting enough water and I’ve said that on nearly all
of the videos. Water really really helps with hydration and with helps with joint
pain and then getting rid of inflammatory foods. Sugars, refined sugars,
junk food, soda pop are really really hard on the joints. So there’s a really
neat way to take care of it. Regenerative injection therapy using protozoan
therapy. This is Dr. Jason West we’ll see you on the
next video. Thanks for watching the video on knee pain it’s one of my very
favorite things to treat. There’s actually a report called the arthritis
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38 comments on “Are There Alternatives To Knee Replacement – Bone On Bone Arthritis

  1. foxring12 Post author

    Thank you so much for this info!! I am scheduled to see a surgeon next month who has had the stem cell injection for the same problem. I was considering this method but I am forwarding this video to him for consideration. So glad I found you.

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  2. 2448redbird Post author

    I just saw a consumer report that the tests on the stem cell therapy was a dud. No live stem cells found in the injected matereal at all.

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  3. David Coomber Post author

    Whenever you see someone in a white coat you know they are selling you something, real doctors don't wear them anymore only sales people wear them to look authoritative , bang right at the end the soft sale

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  4. Berta Mitchell Post author

    That was an excellent video. I am getting an injection once every six months called svik something. My first two injections it didn't help much and was very short lived. Since then, the injections have been extremely helpful. I most certainly do not want a TRK Surgery. I'm not sure if this is what your talking about but I will ask my doctore when I go for my next injection. Thank you very much for this vital information. Take care & God bless

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  5. wnc817 Post author

    Turmeric with black pepper (1 tbsp turmeric, 1 tsp black pepper in milk) always took my knee pain away. Now that I have lost weight, I fortunately no longer get knee pain.

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  6. S E Post author

    Look into Boron therapy for arthritis pain. The Borax conspiracy one too. Stay away from sugar. Stay away from chemicals. Yeah, check those vaccines out too. Have a good diet. I will have to shake my money tree ,lol, it's not covered or affordable.

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  7. Michael Schuler Post author

    "Does it regrow cartilage? I don't know, but…" When I heard the "doctor" say this, I tuned out.

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  8. icecreamlady driver Post author

    A lot of people in the comments have the idea that this is stem cell therapy. It is not stem cell therapy. They first inject a vitamin solution then pure ozone. It does work for some and I am one of the lucky ones. You don't know until you try it but at least there are not a list of scary side effects. I went to a different doctor than this one.

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  9. m Haziq Post author

    Hi doctor .. my knees, hips, shoulders and ankles sounded bones and bones. Do I have osteoarthritis? At first I remember it's a normal sound. Over time it's getting louder. sometimes it hurts in the knee. It sounds as if to keep up with the leg. I made jogging and cycling exercise for 3 weeks and there was nothing to do. It sounds like on the knee including hip, ankle and shoulders keep going. Are jogging and cycling good for osteoarthritis ?? and what the best food for me.. please reply doctor…or anyone who has experience like me and has recovered. exercise how to fit

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  10. Ben Par Post author

    I have had 17 ops on my knee due to a sports injury 30 yrs ago.
    I was advised that I needed a total knee replacement last time I tore my cartilage as there wasn't much left
    I found a surgeon who did a Stem cell cartilage replacement using my own stem cells . They also put another ACL in. ( This time it's a LARS ACL.

    So far, the Cartilage has regrown nicely at 6mm (normal thickness) , apart from one area where its only 2mm.
    I am due to have an injection which should lubricate/ boost the cartilage in that area…..

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  11. wolf cub Post author

    Doc, beyond words, i would like to see all this you mentioned up close, can you make the info available with specs…Thanks!

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  12. candace May Post author

    If this nutritive therapy can regenerate then why not just teach the patient the truth and get them on a full spectrum therapeutic nutrition program that covers all 90 of the known essential nutrients with extra nutrients that support the bodies ability to take care of its joints all dosed appropriate to their body weight. The truth is the bone on bone issue is caused from eating all the wrong foods and from loss of the nutrients that support and promote bone health. The things we do to manage the condition will only put off eventual replacement surgery. The only way to avoid surgery is to give the body what it needs to fix itself, stop eating bad foods and get out the bodies way.

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  13. mona ali Post author

    Chondromalacia Patella

    Hello – I have just been diagnosed with chondromalacia patella. I’m a squash player, and I live in Canada. I’m pretty active and maintain a healthy weight.. however, have not been able to do much since my knee started hurting some 7 weeks ago. It,s driving me nuts. My doctor has suggested physio, bracing, strength training and rest. My doctor suggested the hyaluronic acid injection which I’m scheduled to get next week in her clinic, without ultrasound. I am scared of needles and would like to know your opinion if getting HA injection is the best course of action in my case. I can email you my MRI reports if you like. Thank you so much!

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  14. Rhonda Smith Post author

    Just went to my surgeon yesterday. The only person I said any thing about my consolation was my daughter in messenger. Weird now I'm getting videos such as this one about my bone on bone knee.. I didn't do any research on my phone at all. phones have become the eyes of big brother

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  15. vizmatter Post author

    I've done Prolozone injections for both my knees on and off for the last couple of years with limited success. For me personally it helps with pain management and does allow for more mobility and flexibility. Efficacy of injections would last for about 6 months before a repeat. It does delay the day for when you have to go under a surgeon's knife. Recently I've had to have my right hip replaced. South Korea and Japan are doing a lot of promising work in stem cell regeneration of cartilage. It will be a few years yet.

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  16. Specialized 29er Post author

    13.05.19 – Thanks Doc I'm off to see my Surgeon for my 6 monthly cortisone to both knees next week and will ask him about the possibility of having the Protozoan treatment.

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  17. APBC Technique and UK Osteopathy Post author

    My program to regenerate knee or any arthritis

    1/is to loose weight
    10-20 kilos or more with a vegan whole plant food based diet like Dr John Mcdougall advocates.

    2/ Exercise NWB with bike and pool 🏊‍♀️. Strengthen muscles. Physical therapy

    3/Home use micro current or pulsed electro magnetic field therapy PEMF see ‘I Tech medical’ in Italy.

    4/Get soft orthotics from a podiatrist

    5/ SEE A regenerative medicine expert try 4-6 shots of prolozone ozone O3 20-35 Gamma injections 2 weekly shots for 6-8 weeks, then progress to Dextrose Prolotherapy shots each 2 weeks for 6-8 visits over 8-12 weeks. During this time rehabilitation in the pool and physical therapy. A good 6-8 month process
    I add 1 IU of HGH and 10mg of testosterone to my Dextrose Prolotherapy – ASK your regenerative medicine doctor

    6/ supplements
    Usually Arthritis is caused by stress and body dumps H+ and K+ from kidney/adrenals in this ‘sustained sympathetic state’ in the flight or flight nervous system. Dumping H+ is an acid, so blood ph will go more alkaline above 7.46.
    Supplements to help are Braggs Apple cider vinegar ACV 1 table spoon into 50mill of water prior to meals will acidify the body and help bring the blood ph down. Vitamin D3
    10,000IU and K2 200mcg to put calcium into long bones and pull calcium OUT of joints and soft tissues. both K2 and D3 are fat soluble so take 1000mg of EPA/DHA oil x 3 daily. Lastly at night take Doctors best absorbable magnesium 400mg at night.

    7/ Avoid
    Keep off wheat products very inflammation foods and keep off dairy for 3 months at least.

    Eat 4700mg or 8-10 cups of vegetables per day to get all calcium and minerals

    8/ get blood checked CBC ESR CRP and RF inflammatory markers, plus liver kidney function. Should check thyroid
    T4/T3 and testosterone levels and estradiol. (If your hormones are off you won’t heal.

    9/ reduce your stress or your reaction to it

    Cheers Doc Robbie D.O N.D PT
    regenerative medicine expert

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