What is nStride APS?
nStride APS is an autologous (from your own body) therapy which is designed to treat joint pain associated with knee osteoarthritis. In laboratory testing, nStride APS has been shown to protect cartilage cells. This protective quality may slow the progression of osteoarthritis as well.
The single protein injection which could replace the need for knee surgery for osteoarthritis sufferers
Vikas Vedi, consultant orthopaedic surgeon and specialist in hip and knee reconstruction at BMI Bishops Wood Hospital in Northwood, North-West London, is the first consultant to perform the procedure in the UK.
What is the nStride autologous protein injection, and how does it work?
The nStride autologous protein injection is a new development in the treatment of osteoarthritis. Tests have shown that 85% of patients have seen little or no pain in their knee following injections, and the treatment has even shown to reduce the effects of osteoarthritis in the knee. Expert orthopaedic surgeon Mr Vikas Vedi is the first to provide this treatment in the UK. Here he explains more about how it works, and what the nStride has to offer for patients.
To find out more about the nStride autologous injection and to request an appointment with Mr Vedi, visit his profile at: www.topdoctors.co.uk
Interview Mr. Vikas Vedi
I would just like to take this opportunity to say how overwhelmed I am by having the nStride Injection. It has enabled me to basically get my life back. Two days after the treatment I was walking through Hyde Park with my daughter on a photo shoot she wanted to do, the knee felt strong again to walk from Mayfair to Marble Arch and back again, something I would never consider in the past four years. I now look forward to the art galleries I want to visit, spend time with my daughter and son to eat out in London. I have my life back and it is all down to the nStride injection I chose to have, and to do the same to my right knee due to be done in the new year.
A massive thank you to Mr Vedi and his team for making my life livable again.