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HGH For Joints


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Useful Benefits of HGH on Joints

Dr. Alan Dunn, an orthopedic surgeon was studying about cartilage regeneration, since thirty years. His latest study involved the administration of human growth hormone injections in to the damaged joints. He revealed that when the study was done in rabbits, one injection of this hormone could regenerate the patella-femoral surface of the knee within 5 to 6 weeks.

Dr. Dunn has also performed experiments on the human knee joint by administering the growth hormone. The patients were given GH monthly, and the results were very encouraging. Pain relief was felt at the knee, and cartilage re growth was also observed in some part of the knee. Dr. Dunn administered the injections thrice in a month. Cartilage re-growth occurred due to intra articular growth hormone supplementation.

Intra articular growth hormone treatment IAGH stimulates the blood vessels in the joint to form fetal vessels. These vessels give rise to stem cells which can regenerate the cartilage cells or chondrocytes. IAGH patients suffer from arthritis of the knee, shoulder, ankle, elbow, wrist and thumbs. Patients who follow this protocol are instructed to inject HGH, which is followed by a training program. With the IAGH treatment, the patients experienced pain relief with increase of spaces in the joints. The success rate of this treatment was found to be above ninety percent in the case of ankle and elbow, above eighty percent in the case of knees, above seventy percent in the shoulders and thumbs and fifty percent in the case of the hip joint. In the process of treating arthritic hips, Dr. Dunn said that it is better to conserve the natural tissue. But conserving the tissue will not make the cartilage to re grow and hence he suggested IAGH treatment. The side effects were mild and negligible.

The benefits of this hormone treatment in joints include: pain relief, removal of inflammation, and stiffness in the joint. The bone space between the bones increases to about 4 millimeters. If the treatment does not work, the patient does not get worse and nothing serious occurs.