If you or a loved one suffers from debilitating joint pain, your doctor may suspect osteoarthritis (OA). OA is a type of joint disease that results in the breakdown and destruction of cartilage—the connective tissue located between the bones of your joints that helps maintain smooth and painless movement.
FAC Pain Diagnostic
Research has shown that an inflammatory cascade of proteins causes back and joint pain. A recently discovered, unique biomarker called fibronectin-aggrecan complex (FAC) has been identified in the painful inflammation of spine discs and joints. The presence of this biomarker is a good indicator that you will respond to A2M therapy. An antibody diagnostic test is used to detect the presence of FAC from the synovial fluid found in your joint or disc. Like most other laboratory tests, FAC must be ordered by your doctor.
A Miracle Molecule
A2M is a master protease inhibitor that exists in your blood. This special molecule works by removing the catabolic factors responsible for the chemical destruction of cartilage and the progression of OA; A2M accomplishes this by binding the proteases that degrade the cartilage cells and tissue and by filtering them out of the joint.
With our patented APIC system, your A2M is concentrated up to six times. This powerful serum can then protect and repair your damaged cartilage.
A2M candidates experience:
- Natural healing by reducing additional deterioration of your cartilage
- Tissue growth from naturally occurring compounds in your bloodstream
Early Treatment = Better Results
A2M is an exciting advance in orthopedic science resulting from years of osteoarthritis research. The earlier indicators of joint destruction are discovered, the less invasive treatments can be. Early treatments can postpone the need for more aggressive and costly treatments like joint reconstruction or replacement.
Take control of your health and contact us today to see whether this breakthrough in medical advancement is right for you.
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