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Osteoarthritis & Joint Pain

Osteoarthritis -- the most common form of adult arthritis -- occurs when the cartilage between your bones begins to wear away, creating painful friction in the joints of the knees, shoulders, hips, and more. Along with other types of orthopedic joint conditions, the pain and loss of motion you may experience as a result of osteoarthritis can be debilitating. Historically, joint replacement surgery was the only option for progressive arthritis.

Cell therapies are being more commonly used throughout the world to treat arthritic conditions without surgery. These therapies can significantly reduce pain and swelling, preserving joint function as long as possible and in some cases, prevent joint replacement altogether, especially if the disease process is caught earlier.


Muscle and Tendon Injuries

Our muscles and tendons are essential. Although these tissues are strong and built to last, the work they do for our bodies can also result in injury. Surgery is sometimes necessary for repair, but in many cases, there are non-invasive alternatives that offer you a chance at real, effective healing.

At Karli Center, our state-of-the-art cell therapy treatment options can support you in offering surgical and non-surgical muscle, ligament & tendon treatment that can help you eliminate pain, stimulate healing and take back control of your life. Made using technology at the forefront of Orthobiologic treatment, our PRP and BMC preparations allow Karli Center to tailor your therapy to your individual needs. For some patients, orthobiologics can offer an alternative treatment for torn tendons. When surgery is needed, cell therapy can be applied pre and post-operation, offering you a faster, more effective recovery than any other option available in medicine today.


Ligament Injuries

Whether you’re an athlete at play or just an average person trying to go about your day, you can’t make life happen without ligaments. These connective tissues work to attach two structures together in your body (usually the bones surrounding your joints), stabilizing them and allowing you to walk, run, lift, and perform all the essential actions you need to be human. Ligaments are tough, but unfortunately, these hardworking tissues are also prone to injury.

Meniscus in the knee and labrum structures in both shoulder and hip are similar to ligaments and stabilize joint movement from inside the joint. Tears to these structures are also very common, painful and debilitating.

Sometimes surgery is necessary to repair torn ligaments, meniscus or labrum, but often biologic/cell therapies represent an alternative option to effective healing. If surgery is necessary, cell therapies can serve as an important adjunct to the procedure, supporting and enhancing healing post-operatively.


Spinal Pain & Fractures

The spine is complex, containing bones, cartilage discs, ligaments and nerves that are all essential to your body’s function. Whether it’s due to an injury or a long-term condition, spinal pain can destroy quality of life and function -- but due to its risks and complexity, many patients seek to avoid back or neck surgery if possible.

Unlike other Orthopedic problems, conditions of the spine can be very serious if neurologic structures (spinal nerves or spinal cord) become compressed. In these cases, surgery is a necessity and sometimes an emergency. For more chronic degenerative conditions and some acute injuries, cellular therapies have been shown to represent an alternative to relieve pain and restore function.



​Bursitis is a painful condition in which naturally-occurring spaces between two tissues (typically tendon and bone) -- known as bursa -- become inflamed, resulting in painful friction between your surrounding tissues and bone. Facing chronic pain, a loss of mobility, and overall negative effects on quality of life, many patients live with chronic bursitis, which is resistant to most traditional treatment options. This can lead to surgical resection, which can often produce sub-optimal results.

With state-of-the-art, fully-customizable biologics, Karli Center can support you in helping eliminate pain caused by bursitis. Made using technology at the forefront of orthobiologic treatment, our PRP and BMC therapeutic injections for bursitis allow your doctor to tailor your treatment to your individual needs. For some patients, biologics can offer an alternative treatment for bursitis without a need for surgery or as an alternative to steroid injections. When applied by a specialist pre and post-operation, they can offer you a faster, more effective recovery from surgery.


Bone Injuries & Non-Union Fractures

Whether they’re the result of wear and tear, an underlying condition, or a single traumatic event, bone injuries can have devastating effects on your quality of life. Some patients see invasive surgical procedures as the only option for relief, leading to a long, costly recovery that can still leave them with chronic pain and loss of mobility that keeps them from living to the fullest, or even completing daily tasks without difficulty.

Karli Center supports their patients by offering fully-customized, state-of-the-art cell therapy options that can help them stimulate healing and take back control of their lives. Made using technology at the forefront of biologic treatment, our PRP and BMC preparations allow Karli Center to know the precise composition of your product and tailor your treatment to your individual needs. Because Karli Center uses Greyledge, we can provide surgical or non-surgical relief for pain after an orthopedic injury, or apply orthobiologic solutions pre and post-operation to offer you a faster, more effective recovery.