Many professional athletes travel to Europe to receive advice and treatment for their joint pain. When I found out about that I was determined to research and develop a similar option in the U.S. I wanted to make it affordable, accessible and effective.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (PRWEB) October 04, 2017
KJ Wright, the Pro Bowl linebacker for the Seattle Seahawks and four of his teammates sat out a week of training camp to receive a blood-healing treatment. Retired NBA superstar Kobe Bryant and retired baseball slugger Alex Rodriguez have also utilized the treatment.
This treatment was developed by a German physician, Peter Wehling, in the 1980s. By using one’s own blood – specifically the body's own anti-inflammatory proteins and human-growth elements – to end or ease pain and chronic injuries. During the process, blood is drawn from the patient, heated, then injected back into the pained joint.
This German company started using IRAP to treat joint pain from inflammation in the 1980s; the price reported was $10,000. Wehling and his process was the inspiration for Dr. Barreto to develop the Arthrokinex Joint Health Program.
The Arthrokinex approach is superior to other approaches because:
1. Arthrokinex IL – 1 Ra concentrations exceed competitors published results.
2. Point of service preparation and injection is ready within one hour. Other preparation takes 24 hours.
3. No incubation or heating is required for Arthrokinex.
4. In Arthrokinex, no chemical or natural cell stimulators are used; other use Chromosulfonic acid.
5. Arthrokinex uses a true closed sterile system to reduce infection risk.
When you receive care from Arthrokinex, a single blood draw is enough for a full year’s treatment of up to 12 injections. The Arthrokinex approach of one injection per week for three weeks, followed by quarterly injections, as needed. This has proven more effective than receiving multiple injections in one week. The cost of Arthrokinex, which never exceeds $3,995, is far less than $10,000. Come connect with us at Arthrokinex today.