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Arthritis and arthrosis sound similar. Both of them affect your bones, ligaments, and joints. They also share many of the same symptoms, including joint stiffness and pain. Arthrosis is not a commonly used term to describe the degenerative joint disease.
Axar.az reports cartilage is a flexible connective tissue. The cartilage cells are known as chondroblasts which produce and release large amounts of different substances, like collagen, into the extracellular matrix. It is this matrix that is responsible for the characteristics of cartilage namely its strength and flexibility. Sometimes chondroblasts are trapped within the matrix and is then referred to as chondrocytes. The cartilage is constantly undergoing wear-and-tear. Cartilage cells, however, are constantly replenishing the cartilage matrix and therefore maintaining the integrity of the cartilage.
Despite the disease which it takes a long time to treat it, in most developed countries such as Germany, Belgium, Italy people who suffer from arthritis or osteoarthritis treated successfully. The success of innovation is obtained in the world of modern medicine bioregulatory medicine. Thanks to bioregulatory medicine the people who were face to face different chronic diseases get their health in developed countries.
This unique technique is applying only in Azerbaijan, Biological Medicine Clinic through the Middle East and former CIS countries. The uniqueness of Bioregulatory medicine is activating self-defense and self-regulatory systems of the body and releasing the organisms from harmfull substances(toxins that cause the disease). This medication is used in nano-medicine doses (doses that may affect the cellular level) easily gets into the cells which damaged and leads to the restoration of their function as soon as possible.
It is completely harmless, thus it is not collected from the tissue and not addictive. In patients suffering from arthritis and speeding of regeneration was observed and full recovery was achieved as soon as possible.
2017.04.18 / 11:24