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Lupus Arthritis

Find Relief in our Arthritis Treatment Centers

Lupus is a condition that makes the immune system attack healthy parts of the body, including the joints. That makes arthritis – inflammation of the joints – one of the main symptoms of lupus. If you have this or any other type of joint damage, we can help you alleviate different types of arthritis in our treatment centers.

Risk factors for lupus
Being a woman, being between the ages of 15 to 44, having relatives with lupus.

Symptoms
Fatigue, fever, chest pain, skin rashes, dry eyes, mouth ulcers, and weight loss.

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Lupus Arthritis vs. Rheumatoid Arthritis

Affected joints
Both Lupus and Rheumatoid Arthritis impact small joints of the knees, feet, hands, and shoulders. They also affect the joints symmetrically.

Other similarities
They both conditions affect your energy levels, producing fatigue and weakness. Fever is another common symptom.

Differences
RA affects mainly the joints, lupus may also affect internal organs. Unlike RA, lupus doesn’t produce erosion of the bones.

Treating Lupus Arthritis With Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative medicine uses stem cells. These have the ability to develop into any cell of the body. In our arthritis treatment center, we often recommend this type of therapy to regenerate the tissue of the joints and reduce inflammation. This is one of the lupus arthritis treatments our pain doctors may recommend after analyzing your situation.

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Important Facts about Regenerative Medicine

Conditions

Can be used to treat different conditions like arthritis, shoulder and back pain.

Relief from symptoms

Regenerative medicine reduces inflammation and stimulates tissue restoration.

Effectiveness

This procedure is highly effective in reducing arthritis pain.

FAQ About Regenerative Medicine for Arthritis

What is regenerative medicine?


Regenerative medicine integrates therapies that regenerate and replace damaged human cells. It includes stem cell therapy, tissue engineering, and others.

Am I a suitable candidate for regenerative medicine for lupus arthritis?


Regenerative medicine is a good option for people whose condition has not improved with other treatments, like anti-inflammatory drugs.

In our pain clinics, one of our specialists can evaluate your situation and determine if you are suitable for regenerative therapy. After the diagnosis, they will create a special treatment plan for you.

How does regenerative medicine help with lupus arthritis management?


We use regenerative medicine to transform stem cells in your body into other types of cells.

These new cells fix and replace damaged and inflamed tissues, alleviating the inflammation and providing relief from arthritis.

Should I stop my medications before this procedure?


If you take non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications, you should stop taking them 2 weeks before the procedure. If you use Aspirin for a heart-related condition, you can continue taking it.

Do regenerative therapies have side effects?


Side effects are uncommon. Nevertheless, there is a minimal risk of infection, stiffness, swelling, abnormal tissue growth, nerve damage, and bleeding.

Does regenerative medicine alleviate the pain in the long term?


This pain treatment can produce lupus arthritis relief with long-lasting effects. Studies have shown they can last for several years.

What should I expect after this procedure?


Some people experience temporary pain and swelling.

This treatment is minimally-invasive. You may be asked to stay in observation for a while, just to make sure everything is alright.

Is regenerative medicine safe?


Regenerative therapies have been proved safe as long as they are performed by qualified specialists.

Where to Find Us

Our PA and NJ pain management clinics are fully prepared to help you recover your health and improve your quality of life.

CLIFTON, NJ

1700 NJ-3W Suite #5, Clifton, NJ 07013

Telephone: (973) 531-2199

EASTON, PA

3735 Nazareth Rd #203, Easton, PA 18045

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EDISON, NJ

2 Lincoln Highway Suite #509 Edison, NJ 08820

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HEWITT, NJ

1900 Union Valley Rd Hewitt, NJ 07421

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HILLSBOROUGH, NJ

501 Omni Drive, Hillsborough, NJ 08844

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MIDDLETOWN, NJ

20 Cherry Tree Farm Road, Middletown, NJ 07748

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SOMERSET, NJ

399 Campus Drive, Somerset, NJ 08873

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SUCCASUNNA, NJ

66 Sunset Strip, Succasunna, NJ 07876

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JERSEY CITY, NJ

200 Hudson Street Suite 145, Jersey City, NJ 07311

Telephone: (973) 531-2199

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