Levana Allograft Adipose Matrix Injections:

    An Innovative Solution for Fat Pad Atrophy and Heel Pain Have you ever experienced severe foot pain by the ball of your foot or heel pain when standing or walking for extended periods? If so, you may have fat pad atrophy, a condition where the fatty tissue on the bottom of your foot wears away, causing discomfort and pain. While this condition can be caused by aging or excessive pressure on the feet, it can be challenging to find effective treatment options. Fortunately, a new solution has emerged in the form of Levana allograft adipose matrix injections. Levana allograft adipose matrix is a unique injectable solution that contains donated human adipose tissue. The tissue is processed to remove cells and preserve the extracellular matrix, which contains a complex mixture of proteins and growth factors. This matrix is then injected into the affected area to stimulate tissue growth and regeneration. One of the primary advantages of Levana injections is that they are minimally invasive and can be performed in an outpatient setting. The injections are typically administered under local anesthesia, and the entire procedure takes less than a half hour. After the injection, patients can typically resume their normal activities within a day or two (depending on the area that was injected). Levana injections have been shown to be effective in treating a variety of foot conditions, including fat pad atrophy of the foot and heel pain. The adipose matrix helps to restore the natural cushioning of the foot, reducing pain and discomfort. In addition, the growth factors in the matrix can promote tissue regeneration, helping to restore damaged tissues and prevent further degeneration. Clinical studies have demonstrated the safety and effectiveness of Levana injections. One study evaluated the use of Levana injections in patients with plantar fasciitis, a common cause of heel pain. The study found that patients experienced a significant reduction in pain and improved function after the injection, with no significant adverse events reported. Another study evaluated the use of Levana injections in patients with diabetic foot ulcers, a condition that can be difficult to treat due to poor circulation and impaired wound healing. The study found that Levana injections significantly improved wound healing and reduced the risk of infection, with no adverse events reported. In conclusion, Levana allograft adipose matrix injections offer a promising new solution for patients suffering from foot conditions such as fat pad atrophy and heel pain. These injections are safe, effective, and minimally invasive, making them an attractive option for patients who have not responded to other treatment options. If you are experiencing foot pain or discomfort, make an appointment today for an evaluation at the Advanced Foot And Ankle Center of San Diego