REGENERATIVE STEM CELL THERAPY IS A NON-INVASIVE TREATMENT THAT ACTIVATES YOUR BODY’S OWN INNATE HEALING PROCESS.
With chronic joint pain, there is typically advanced degenerative damage such as cartilage loss, meniscal tears, or ligamentous laxity. We use your own stem cells from adipose (fat) tissue to stimulate damaged cartilage, ligaments, tendons, and meniscus to heal. Often local stem cells are depleted so a single stem cell therapy treatment can make a significant difference. Combining Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy treatments may be recommended to further enhance the healing process.
GET OFF OF THE DRUGS AND SURGERY MERRY-GO-ROUND, CONSIDER STEM CELL THERAPY
You may have already seen doctors or surgeons that diagnosed you or a loved one with Arthritis aka “Bone-on-Bone”, or Degenerative Joint Disease. These conditions are commonly treated with anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), narcotic (opiate) painkillers, and injections such as Rooster Comb viscosupplementation, Synvisc® and/or cortisone shots.
Did you know that cortisone shots and anti-inflammatory drugs offer only a short-term solution, and leads to continual wear and tear on the joint and often results in major surgeries like a total joint replacement. By targeting the damaged tissue that is causing the pain, stem cell regenerative cellular therapy promotes cartilage and soft tissue healing. This results in improved joint stability, resistance to impact, and thereby less pain.
BENEFITS OF REGENERATIVE MEDICINE
Most individuals do not experience downtime
Minimal Time off Work
Minimal Use of Medications
Minimal Use of Mobility Tools (Crutches)
Physical Therapy is encouraged in some cases but not required in all cases
Minimal Disruption of Regular Routine
COMMON INJURIES TREATED WITH STEM CELL THERAPY & REGENERATIVE CELLULAR MEDICINE:
- Arthritic Joints & Soft Tissue Injuries
- Meniscal Tears
- Repetitive Motion Injuries (i.e., rotator cuff, tennis elbow, carpal tunnel)
- Tendonitis & Tendinosis
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Inflamed Nerves
- Muscle Tears
- Knee laxity
- Ligamentous laxity (loose or overstretched ligament)
- Joint laxity (unstable joints)