FillerSupplies is an international wholesale company that specializes in botulinum, dermal fillers and orthopaedics preparations.
One of the possible and effective solutions in the case of musculoskeletal system diseases is intra-articular injections of cosmetic preparations. We in Fillers Supplies understand that such kind of therapy nowadays recognized by a lot of governmental and private clinics or other medical organizations.
Most often, orthopaedics injections are used due to the insufficient effectiveness of conservative methods. As an international wholesale company, we offer products only from well-known manufacturers who provide best quality of their goods. Thus, you can buy medicines for orthopaedics injections easily without hesitation. That is why our preparations (which are set with professional shipping) have a long curative effect, slows the rate of progression of the disease and allows a long delay for the possible surgery. At the same time, we would like to encourage auditory to know more about the product, possible solutions regarding specific issue and peculiarities of applying a particular agent. As the result – our professional customer support will be happy to answer questions about orthopaedics agents.
Hormonal preparations based on corticosteroids are prescribed to relieve severe inflammation. The same substances offered also in the form of tablets that have very good anti-inflammatory effects as well, but when injected into the joint cavity they act faster and more efficiently. In addition, this is a local effect, which does not have side effects on the whole organism. Sometimes they are used in combination with anesthetics. Corticosteroid injections for joints relieve inflammation, swelling and pain, improve the mobility of the joint, but they do not treat the disease itself and do not repair cartilaginous tissue.
In degenerative diseases of joints (e.g. with arthrosis) the cartilaginous tissue is destroyed. To stop this process and even to turn it back help preparations from the group of chondroprotectors. They improve metabolic processes; stimulate the production of their own collagen – the main building material for cartilage tissue, accelerating the healing of microtraumas. However, such drugs do not act immediately. To achieve the result requires a long course of treatment. And accelerate it allows the introduction of chondroprotectors into the joint cavity. Chondroprotectors are used not only in the initial stages of degenerative joint diseases; they are prescribed in severe cases, but not so much for tissue repair as for inhibition of cartilage destruction.
Hyaluronic acid is an effective tool for the treatment of joint diseases. This is the main component of the intra-articular fluid, a kind of lubrication of the joint, protecting it from injury. Injections for joints with hyaluronic acid make the intra-articular fluid more dense and viscous, providing better protection of the cartilaginous tissue. In addition, it removes inflammation and accelerates the process of restoring cartilage. Injections of hyaluronic acid are often prescribed for joint arthrosis.
Injection of platelet-enriched plasma (growth factors) is the newest, highly effective method of non-surgical treatment of various injuries and diseases of the musculoskeletal system. The platelet-enriched plasma contains in large quantities biologically active substances so called growth factors that play a fundamental role in the healing processes of muscle, ligament, tendon and bone injuries.
What are the cases for growth factors usage? We may specify the following:
- Diseases and injuries of muscles, tendons, ligaments (e. g. tendinitis, tendinosis, enthesopathy, epicondylitis)
- Delayed fracture fusion, “false” joints
- Damage to cartilage for osteoarthritis, trauma
- After surgery (for faster tissue healing after surgery), for example arthroscopic surgery, endoprosthetics, etc.
Injecting growth factors usually leads to reducing pain, acceleration of regeneration processes, reduction of inflammation chance, improving the structure and strength of damaged tissue. They do not injure the patient as surgical methods of treatment, does not require special preparation and hospitalization of the patient. All those aspects help to reduce the risk of relapse (repeated, excruciating exacerbations of the disease) and to decrease the rate of disease progression.
Hyaluronic acid is part of the synovial fluid of a healthy joint and is a natural structural component of the articular cartilage. In the case of osteortrosis in the synovial fluid of the joint the concentration of hyaluronic acid decreases, which leads to an increase in friction in the joint, so an increase in degenerative changes in the cartilage.
Intra-articular injections of hyaluronic acid agents positively influences the metabolic processes in the tissues of the joint and in the cartilage: sodium hyaluronate forms a protective film on the damaged cartilage, which protects the cartilage from further destruction and improves the sliding of the contacting cartilaginous surfaces. In addition, hyaluronic acid preparations penetrate deep into the cartilage, improving its elasticity. Thanks to hyaluronic acid, “dried” and thinned with arthrosis cartilage restores its damping properties. As a result, pain and stiffness in the joint decrease, the function and volume of movements are restored. Hyaluronic acid agents can be used with almost any human joint, but most often they are injected into the knee, hip and shoulder joints.
Intra-articular injections of hyaluronic acid agents lead to reducing pain and improving joint mobility as well as reducing the strong need for painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs. Also we shall admit continuing of the therapeutic effect throughout the full year after the course of therapy. The injected agents also stimulate the synthesis of natural hyaluronic acid. This will rapidly restore the elasticity of articular cartilage. The agents offered by FillerSupplies have no serious side effects and characterized by high tolerability by human body. The recommended course of treatment is one time per year for 3 to 5 intra-articular injections at intervals of one week. If necessary, the course of treatment is repeated after a year.