LOS ANGELES, June 11, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Osteoarthritis sufferers may soon be able to take advantage of a non-surgical
Victoria J. Mondloch speaks at weekly public lectures in which she discusses joint pain as well as intra-articular stem cell injections. Her lectures are complementary educational seminars designed to inform patients who wish to avoid surgical joint replacement for treating their osteoarthritis. In her lectures, Victoria J. Mondloch explains how the stem cell injections are currently being studied, with the Food and Drug administration monitoring the research taking place. Emphasizing the medical model of approach.
A single stem cell injection combined with nutritional support in an osteoarthritic joint has the potential to regrow cartilage. This provides for a more effective cushion in the problem joint.
The injection takes between 15 and 30 minutes. Following it, a patient can leave the doctor's office and drive himself or herself home, putting his or her new hip or knee joint back to regular activity. Patients have no downtime which means patients do not lose time from work or from their daily activity; and there is no need for pain medication. Physical therapy is strongly recommended to help rebalance the muscles surrounding that joint; this is usually covered by the patient's insurance.
Dr. Mondloch, who offers a variety of health care services, is passionate about generally educating and empowering patients on what is happening inside their bodies. Although she possesses extensive experience and knowledge in obstetrics and gynecology, Dr. Victoria Mondloch is also skilled in dermatological services including cosmetic injections, infertility support, and rebalancing men's and women's health by rebalancing foundational hormone levels including bio-identical hormone counseling and hormone replacement.
Dr. Mondoch is affiliated with several organizations, including the National Association of Professional Women (NAPW), American Heart Association, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, and American Medical Association. In fact, she recently received a VIP Woman of the Year award.
SOURCE Vicotira Mondloch
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