Leneva Injections: Fat pad augmentation

Fat pad atrophy
Unlike synthetic fillers, Leneva is biocompatible and integrates seamlessly with the body’s tissues, offering a natural approach to foot pad rejuvenation.
How Leneva Injections Work
Leneva injections involve injecting the allograft adipose matrix into areas of the foot that have experienced fat pad atrophy or require additional cushioning. The matrix acts as a scaffold, supporting the growth of new adipose (fat) tissue in the injected area. This process not only restores the natural padding of the foot but also promotes a healthier foot structure by evenly distributing pressure during movement.
Benefits of Leneva Injections
    •    Pain Relief: By restoring the foot’s natural cushioning, Leneva injections can significantly reduce pain associated with conditions such as metatarsalgia, plantar fasciitis, and bursitis, enhancing patients’ quality of life.
    •    Non-Surgical: As a minimally invasive treatment, Leneva injections offer an alternative to more invasive surgical procedures, with minimal downtime and a lower risk of complications.
    •    Long-Lasting Results: While individual results may vary, many patients experience significant improvements that can last for years, making it a cost-effective solution for chronic foot pain.
    •    Safety: Derived from human adipose tissue, Leneva is biocompatible and reduces the risk of adverse reactions compared to synthetic materials.
Ideal Candidates for Leneva Injections
Leneva injections are ideal for individuals experiencing foot discomfort due to fat pad atrophy or those needing additional cushioning in certain areas of the foot to prevent pain. This treatment is particularly beneficial for elderly patients, athletes, and those with lifestyles that put constant pressure on their feet. A thorough consultation with a qualified podiatrist at Kaplansky Foot and Ankle Centers is essential to determine if Leneva injections are the right choice for your specific condition.
The Procedure: What to Expect
The Leneva injection procedure is straightforward and can be completed in our office. After applying a local anesthetic to the treatment area, the Leneva matrix is injected into the targeted areas of the foot. Patients can typically return to their daily activities shortly after the procedure, with some advised to limit strenuous activities for a brief period.
Dr. David Kaplansky Podiatrist

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