Stem cell injections may treat*:
The stem cells are harvested from the patient and injected into the damaged area. These cells are special, they divide and duplicate themselves. They develop into different cells such as a muscle cell, a ligament cell, cartilage cell or a tendon cell.
Typical Patients Suffer From:
• Shoulder, Elbow, Hip, Knee, Achilles Pain
• Tennis Elbow
• Ligament Sprains
• Golfers’ Wrist
• Joint Arthritis
• Cartilage Injury
Stem Cell Therapy for sports injuries is cutting edge regenerative medical technology. Many of our patients believed surgery to be their only option. They were delighted to learn they may avoid the knife and regain their post injury fitness without surgery*.
PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy)
Blood is comprised of 93% red blood cells, 6% white blood cells, 1% platelets and plasma. PRP therapy involves the injection of platelets and plasma to the affected area. Your own blood is drawn at the doctors office, then placed in a centrifuge, the blood cells are separated and discarded, leaving the plasma and platelets. This entire treatment takes about 1 hour. It may be effective for osteoarthritis.*
Call us to see if you are a candidate for stem cell therapy and to schedule a consultation.
Stem Cell Therapy has shown positive regerative effects on erectile dysfunction (impotence). Call us to learn more about this exciting new treatment option.*
Stem cell – PRP injections into the scalp have shown positive hair regrowth in patients experiencing hair thinning and hair loss. Visit our PRP Hair Loss Treatment page to learn more. Contact us to learn if you are a candidate for stem cell hair loss treatments.*
In some cases, stem cell transplant-based methods for diabetes mellitus has been known to effectively treat both type 1 and type 2 diabetes.*
Some studies have demonstrated that stem cells may help repair a damaged heart and are also considered a promising therapeutic treatment for cardiac disease. *
Generally, degenerative Joint Disease may be treated with direct techniques such as IV. Stem cells can be either autologous (provided by the patient), or from a donor source. During an autologous treatment, bone marrow from the patient’s iliac crest is used to provide the stem cells. After being processed in a lab, the extracted stem cells are injected directly into the joints by IV. *
Ongoing studies have implied that stem cells from bone marrow may potentially be used to repair lung tissue.*
*Individual results vary. Not everyone is a candidate for stem cell therapy. Photos and reviews do not guarantee outcomes and no prediction of outcome is implied. Individual healing characteristics and unexpected complications can affect the outcome of any surgery or procedure.