STEM CELL THERAPY FOR JOINT PAIN
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Regenerative Medicine, also known as stem cell therapy for joints, is an alternative option to help manage the symptoms of joint pain.
A new alternative way to help manage the symptoms of chronic joint pain.
With Regenerative Medicine Therapy, also known as stem cell therapy for joints, your rebuilding and pain management process can begin.
Whether you have recently experienced or battling this condition for years, this breakthrough in Regenerative Medicine may be a potential opportunity for an alternative option in your journey to wellness.
Studies have shown the following potential symptom improvements:
Reduction or elimination of joint inflammation & swelling
Reduction or elimination of joint pain & tenderness
Regeneration of new cells, tissue, and cartilage
Increased mobility and range of motion
Heal and strengthen damaged tissue
Millions of people suffer from joint pain and the causes could be from a variety of ailments or conditions. Some can manage the pain easily and may need to implement lifestyle changes that can help or find new ways to cope with the pain. For others, the pain is more chronic and may reach a point of impact on daily activities, sports, or work, that people turn to treatments that provide relief but not for the long term.
All tissues in our body contain stem cells. When an injury occurs, the local stem cells help naturally to heal damaged tissue and as a result, relieve pain. But there are some injuries and degeneration that may overshadow the ability for the local stem cells to effectively help which may lead to chronic pain. Stem cell therapy for joints has shown to help provide relief and possible improvements related to joint pain and the damaged tissue through a minimally invasive procedure. The stem cells are administered under ultrasound guidance in the targeted areas and help decrease inflammation while secreting small packets of growth factors and protein that help rebuild damaged tissue.
Mesenchymal stem cells have the potential to differentiate into various types of cells, including bone, cartilage, and muscle cells. In studies, they have shown the ability to form cartilage-like tissue in order for regeneration. So far, results have been promising in using stem cells to treat degenerative conditions and chronic joint pain.
The treatment shows few to no side effects and is widely considered to be safe. It is, therefore, an option to consider for patients who may not have responded to other therapies, or for those who wish to explore alternatives to invasive surgery. Although Regenerative Medicine isn’t a cure-all, it can potentially improve the quality of life for patients. By supporting the healing process at a cellular level, patients can pursue their journey towards a more pain-free way of life.
How Stemedix Helps You Heal
Professional Medical Care
Our Board-Certified Physicians specialize in regenerative medicine. They stay abreast of the latest developments in stem cell research. Each patient is screened and reviewed before being approved for therapy.
Each patient is thoroughly reviewed to ensure their safety for treatment. The physicians will then determine potential benefit candidacy. If approved, a customized treatment plan is offered for the patient.
Stemedix can help coordinate patients with necessary wheelchair transportation, medical equipment, and Care Giving services as needed during their stay. Your Care Coordinator is available for questions and assistance.
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