Regenerative Stem Cell & Pain Management Therapy

No matter what age you are, your body is going to wear and break down. And as you get older, your body's ability to regenerate cells for recovery and healing will begin to slow down. THIS is where stem cell therapy and regenerative medicine comes in! 

Stem cell therapy helps to stimulate the body and promote accelerated healing in the joints and muscles. Stem cells are taken from your body or blood and then reinserted into other parts of your body where you may be experiencing a pain or injury. The relocation of these stem cells help to stimulate the repair process by communicating with endothelial cells their direct contact or signaling. This cellular communication is the driving force behind vascular repair, the inflammatory response, constructing new blood vessels (angiogenesis), and the removal of toxins from the tissues.

What Can Stem Cell Therapy Treat?

Stem cell therapy can have a significant effect on repairing the body in all types of ways. From muscle injuries, cartilage injuries, ligament and tendon injuries, to fractures, stem cell therapy can accelerate your body's ability to reproduce new cells. Common injuries that stem cell can help include: Chronic and acute tendon injuries, including tears, tendinopathy, tendinosis, and tendonitis. Plantar fasciitis. Achilles tendonitis and partial tears. Patellar tendonitis and tears. Tendonitis and tears of the quadriceps. Hamstring strains. Golfer’s elbow. Tennis elbow. Tendonitis and partial tears of the rotator cuff and shoulders. Sprains of the hand, elbow, ankle, foot, and knee. Joint inflammation and arthritic conditions. Other conditions linked to nonhealing or scarred tissues.

In general, regenerative medicine will help you manage your pain and get your body on track for an accelerated healing process, no matter the injury! 

How Does Stem Therapy Work and How Long Does it Take?

The regenerative medicine (stem cell) treatment usually takes about 15-20 minutes. The process starts with retracting stem cells from one area of your body, getting the cells ready, and then redeploying them into the area of your body with pain or injury. Afterward, you're able to go back to your regular activities as normal and there is no interruption to your daily life. In regards to injury recovery, every patient is different. So while your recovery time may differ from others, stem cell really will accelerate your healing and help your body to optimize repair and cell regeneration where needed.