Stem Cell Medicine
90% of our patients have experienced greater than 50% improvement in their pain and function with our Stem Cell treatments.
Stem Cell Medicine
Stem cells are the primitive repair cells of the body, and have the ability to regenerate many tissues depending on the growth factors to which they are exposed and the location they are placed.
Stem cells can easily be harvested from blood, fat, and bone marrow. A sample of each of these can be taken and prepared for injection into an arthritic joint or an area of soft tissue injury to assist in regenerating healthy tissue.
When stem cells are harvested from your own body and prepared for reinjection, they are called “autologous" stem cells, and there is no risk of rejection and no increased risk of cancer.
Using Stem Cell Therapy to Treat Chronic Pain
Platelet-Rich Plasma, or PRP, is an extract of blood with concentrated platelets. This is obtained by drawing 1-2 ounces of blood from your arm and spinning it down in a centrifuge. The process takes less than 20 minutes and increases the concentration of platelets by up to 500%. The segment of the blood which contains the concentrated platelets has a huge reservoir of biologically active growth factors which are vital to initiate and accelerate tissue repair and healing. Because they are powerful magnets to attract your body’s own stem cells to the area, growth factors in PRP help with bone, tendon, ligament, and even cartilage repair, as well as promoting the development of new blood vessels stimulating wound healing. PRP can also be used for facial rejuvenation, as it will help restore the collagen which supports the skin. In addition, PRP will stimulate hair growth in cases of alopecia where it is injected directly into areas of hair loss.
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