If you are experiencing elbow pain, Stem Cell & Platelet Rich Plasma procedures are likely an excellent treatment option. In recent years, several studies have shown the effectiveness of Platelet Rich Plasma in treating elbow tendon and ligament issues. In fact, these studies are so decisive that at this point in time, there are very few cases where surgery would be recommended for anything but the most severe elbow injuries.
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We help patients Avoid Spine Surgery and enable Fast Recovery by using Stem Cell or Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) treatments. These procedures utilize the patient’s own natural growth factors and stem cells to treat bulging or herniated discs, degenerative conditions in the spine, and other back and spine conditions that cause pain.
If you have encountered a rotator cuff tear or experience pain related to shoulder arthritis, tendonitis, tendenosis, or bursitis, you may be a good candidate for a Stem Cell Procedure.
Hip surgery alternatives are breakthrough, non-surgical stem-cell treatments for people suffering from hip pain due to common injuries, hip arthritis, avascular necrosis, osteonecrosis, hip bursitis or other degenerative problems related to the hip joint.
A 21-year-old man left paralyzed after a spinal cord injury has regained the use of his arms and hands, thanks to an experimental stem cell treatment.
The complete repair can take 2-3 months but improvement is usually felt within a few weeks.
Stem cells are collected by aspirating bone marrow from the back of the patient’s pelvis. The bone marrow aspirate is a bloody substance that is removed from the pelvis through a small needle. There is usually minimal discomfort with this procedure since the area is well anesthetized with a local anesthetic.
Stem cells are the repairmen of the body. The type of adult stem cell that is most often seen in research as being associated with tissue repair is the mesenchymal stem cell (MSC). These cells are formed in the bone marrow and usually travel to the injured areas within the body via the blood stream.
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