Alpha 2 Macroglobulin
Find Greater Healing Power Using Alpha-2-Macroglobulin (A2M), if you have persistent joint or back pain that your typical injections aren't giving relief to A2M may be the next step. Your current treatment may only be controlling your joint or back pain symptoms but not stopping or preventing them. A2M works to eliminate the underlying source of arthritic joint or back pain.
A2M is different from other treatment methods, it is a naturally occurring molecule found in your blood, when in concentrated doses, acts as a power protector against cartilage breakdown. A2M attached to and removes the destructive enzymes, proteases, that damage cartilage cells and tissues in the joint or disc space.
For the majority of patients with pain, their arthritic joint or disc space contains more destructive enzymes than the body can handle. While the A2M molecule is our body's own defense mechanism, it is unable to enter the joint or disc space in large enough quantities due to its large size and complex structure. As a result, it is necessary to inject additional concentrated a2M into the affected area to restore balance and pain relief. An injection of concentrated A2M, derived from your own blood, placed directly into your joint or disc space can provide the necessary amounts of A2M to bind and remove these destructive proteases.
A simple test performed can help determine if you are a good candidate for A2M therapy. This test looks for a unique biomarker in your joint or disc space that indicates the presence of destructive enzymes. Fibronectin-Aggrecan Complex (FAC) is identified as a pain protein" that is associated with painful inflammation. A high presence of FAC can determine if you are an appropriate candidate for A2M Therapy.
For patients suffering from joint of back pain, A2M therapy is an exciting advance in orthopedic science resulting from years of research.* Early treatments of this miracle molecule can delay the need for more aggressive and costly procedures, including surgery.
*Research papers and studies are available upon request. Your results may vary.