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  • Regenerative Medicine: Stem Cell Therapy

    Regenerative Medicine: Stem Cell Therapy

    About Stem Cell Therapy - Stem cells are found inside different types of tissue in the body. They are self-renewing and act as a repair system in the body. However, when the body gets injured, it may not be able to create enough stem cells to treat the appropriate area. This is why the interventional pain management specialist provides stem cell therapy in order to supply these cells to injured and painful joints, nerves, tendons, and muscles in order to promote healing and diminish any existing pain.

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  • Regenerative Medicine For Arthritis Pain

    Regenerative Medicine For Arthritis Pain

    Throughout your lifetime, specialized cells inside your body platelets and stem cells keep you healthy by continuously healing injuries and regenerating new cells to rebuild damaged tissues. Regenerative medicine taps into your body’s natural healing ability, retrieving these amazing cells and using them to treat your arthritic joints. The interventional pain management centers have extensive experience using regenerative medicine to ease your arthritis pain. Here, they explain the cells used, how they heal, and where they originate.

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  • How Regenerative Medicine Can Help You Feel Restored

    How Regenerative Medicine Can Help You Feel Restored

    There’s a simple reason why regenerative medicine can help you feel restored. It’s because regenerative treatments regrow and rebuild your tissues, so you are pretty literally revitalized. Of course, how that happens is a more complex story. The pain management centers specialize in regenerative medicine, so let’s talk about how it works, the conditions it can help heal, and the ways it will help you feel restored.

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  • Non-Surgical Solutions for Arthritis Pain

    Non-Surgical Solutions for Arthritis Pain

    The joint inflammation that defines arthritis can have a major impact on your mobility and quality of life. While there have been many advances in the field of joint replacement surgery, it’s still a last-resort treatment. The conventional wisdom in contemporary medicine leans toward exhausting all conservative treatments before recommending a surgical solution.

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  • Non-Surgical Ways To Improve Your Spine Pain

    Non-Surgical Ways To Improve Your Spine Pain

    Spinal pain can be debilitating. According to the American Chiropractic Association, it is estimated that 80% of people will experience back pain during their lifetime. The resulting stiffness from back pain can restrict one’s ability to move. Persistent pain may radiate to other parts of the body, including the chest, arms, and legs. As a result, walking properly and maintaining good posture can be difficult. For some patients, it may seem impossible to find a comfortable position since sitting, standing, and even sleeping may prove painful.

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  • Stem Cell Therapy In Osteoarthritis

    Stem Cell Therapy In Osteoarthritis

    Osteoarthritis (OA) remains to constitute a large burden to healthcare and negatively impact the quality of life; along with other conditions ranked as 11th highest contributors of global disability. The estimated prevalence of problematic hip/knee OA is approximately 242 million globally; 3.8% accounting for decreased quality of life (QoL) and societal burden.

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  • Stem Cell Therapy In Discogenic Back Pain

    Stem Cell Therapy In Discogenic Back Pain

    Chronic low back pain affects 68% of adults older than the age 60 worldwide. Stem cell therapy has shown beneficial results as an alternative to conventional regimens in the management of degenerative disc disease (DDD). The objective of stem cell therapy is to restore the disc’s cellularity and minimization of the inflammatory response.

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  • Stem Cell Therapy In Neuropathic Pain

    Stem Cell Therapy In Neuropathic Pain

    The Implementation of Stem Cells in Neuropathic Pain Therapy - Chronic neuropathic pain (NP) is considered to be on the rise, especially with the increase in diabetes prevalence among the United States population. NP is pain that results subsequently from a lesion or disease affecting the somatosensory system. NP was described to have a prevalence of 3% to 17% of the adult life population. Overall, 20% to 25% of all chronic pain is associated with NP.

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  • Stem Cell Therapy and Its Significance in Pain Management

    Stem Cell Therapy and Its Significance in Pain Management

    Pain management has always been a challenging issue, which is why it has been a major focus of many rigorous studies. Chronic pain which typically lasts for more than three months is prevalent at an astounding rate of 11% to 19% of the adult population. Pain management techniques have gone through major advances in the last decade with no major improvement in the quality of life in affected populations.

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  • Pain Management: Tendinitis & Bursitis

    Pain Management: Tendinitis & Bursitis

    Inflammation of the Tendon and Bursa Often Associated with Overuse - Tendinitis is inflammation of tissues connecting muscle to bone; Bursitis is inflammation of bursae sacks acting as cushions between joints.
    Tendinitis & Bursitis Facts & Information - These conditions are inflammation of the soft tissue around muscles and bones. Treatment often includes RICE (rest, ice, compression, and elevation). Signs which require immediate treatment would include a rapid progression of pain, redness, and swelling, or the inability to move the joint or extremity.

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