RESTORE FUNCTION, FREE YOURSELF FROM PAIN AND GET BACK TO YOUR LIFE.
A healthy and functioning musculoskeletal system is at the core of physical wellbeing. Unfortunately, athletic injuries, joint problems, arthritis and other degenerative and inflammatory orthopedic issues related to age and overuse are incredibly common and can interfere with daily life. Mesenchymal stem cell therapy is a safe and effective alternative to invasive surgeries that uses your body's own stem cells to heal the damaged tissue, repair lost cartilage and help you regain your strength and mobility.
If you have any of the following conditions or have encountered an injury to your knee, ankle, shoulder, hip, spine or foot, you may be a good candidate for stem cell therapy.
DEGENERATIVE AND INFLAMMATORY ARTHRITIS
Degeneration of bones and cartilage in the joints, as well as chronic inflammation, can lead to painful and swollen joints, along with reduction of range of motion, greatly affecting comfort and quality of life.
Stem cells have shown the ability to regenerate bone and cartilage tissue and reduce inflammation, potentially allowing joints to heal themselves and alleviate swelling and pain.
DEGENERATIVE SPINE & DISK DISEASE
Degeneration of the bones and disks in the spine can lead to acute or chronic low back pain, greatly reducing patient quality of life. Such degeneration can occur as a result of aging, and of micro traumas or macrotraumas.
The ability of stem cells to repair and replace degenerated bone and cartilage cells, as well as accelerate healing or replace cells in degenerated disks, has shown promise in multiple studies.
JOINT PROBLEMS (ANKLE, HIP, KNEE, SHOULDER)
Mesenchymal stem cells have anti-inflammatory and healing properties that show promise as an alternative to surgery in effectively treating joint problems. Research demonstrates the ability for MSCs to regenerate cartilage and connective tissue.
Whether it is a torn ACL, a ligament tear, a rotator cuff injury or any other issue related to age or overuse, stem cell therapy may be able to help you avoid surgery and get back to doing what you love. Each case must be evaluated to assess the likelihood of success.