Stem cell therapy and stem cell injections are performed using the best live stem cell product. We are able to treat a variety of chronic orthopedic ailments, spine conditions, injuries, and other medical conditions.
Stem cells give new life and our stem cell injections serve as an alternative to surgery, medications, and/or steroids! Our stem cell injections can be used to alleviate the pain and discomfort associated with a variety of ailments including problems of knee, hip, back, neck, shoulder, elbow, and spine, as well as arthritis and other musculoskeletal problems that have failed using conventional methods of treatment.
Stem cells do not just mask symptoms, they heal the underlying cause of the problem by enabling tissue to regenerate! As such, stem cell injections are more effective than traditional surgical procedures as they require less healing time, little to no rehabilitation, and are less painful.
WHAT ARE STEM CELLS AND WHERE DO THEY COME FROM?
We are all born with stem cells. Stem cell therapy has been around for a long, long time. We now know every organ in the body has stem cells which means skin grafts, bone marrow transplants, and heart transplants are all forms of stem cell therapy. Blood transfusions, done as early as World War I, are a form of stem cell therapy. Stem cells have the ability to become whatever your body needs it to be in order to heal the body of all ailments. It can become tissue, bone, ligaments, tendons, cartilage, muscle and organs.
HOW DO STEM CELLS INJECTIONS WORK?
These high density, activated, stem cells are rich in growth factors and contain the regenerative capacity necessary to regulate and facilitate the natural healing process of injured tissues.
HOW DO STEM CELLS WORK?
Once regenerative cells are reintroduced to the injured area, they then release signal proteins and growth factors that stimulate stem cells. These signal proteins and growth factors are called cytokines. It is important to understand that stem cells by themselves are unable to repair the injured area; stem cells must be properly directed, cytokines perform the repair function. The stem cells we use are more densely rich in cytokines than adult stem cells, allowing the body to better guide the stem cell injection to the injured area.
Cytokines tell the stem cells and growth factors exactly where to go, what to do, and what to become. Our injections contain a super-high concentration of stem cells and the growth factors needed to regenerate:
- Collagen – Key building block for joints and connective tissue
- Growth Factors – Messenger RNA
- Amino Acids – Proteins
- Carbohydrates – For metabolism
Once they are activated, stem cells perform a variety of valuable functions. Apart from repairing damage to the injured areas, stem cells help the damaged and weak cells in our bodies to restore themselves and aid in the body’s natural repair processes.
HOW LONG DOES THE STEM CELL REPAIR PROCESS TAKE?
Generally, the total repair process takes two to three months to complete but in most cases, improvement may be noticed before then. Optimal results are seen as stem cells to continue to differentiate and grow new tissue; stem cells remain active for up to 18 months.
There are various conditions that can affect the progress of stem cell therapy, some positively, others negatively. Patients undergoing stem cell therapy are advised to minimize their intake of alcohol, as consumption tends to delay the body’s ability to release stem cells.
WHAT TO EXPECT?
Since most all procedures are completed in a single office visit and involve minimal discomfort, patients are generally able to resume normal activity and/or return to work the same day.
For pain management, orthopedic, and joint pain treatments, patients may experience minimal pain or discomfort as the stem cells work to regenerate; pain relief usually occurs within a few weeks and continues to improve over months.
Commonly treated conditions include:
- Arthritic Joints
- Sports Injuries
- Neck and Back Pain
- Ligament and Meniscal Tears
- Rotator Cuff Tears and Injuries
- Tennis Elbow
- Non-healing Fractures
- Joint Instability
- Degenerative Spinal Discs
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Non-healing Wounds