Joint pain is one of the most common conditions whether it comes from an injury or rheumatoid or osteoarthritis, and it can keep you from doing the things you like to do in life. Up until 2017, stem cell therapy was only used in post-operative situations, but in May 2017, the FDA approved the use of stem cell injections, and many medical offices now offer this incredible solution to the joint pain you may be suffering.
The optimal stem cells used are cells donated from an umbilical cord. These cells are pure, sterile, and completely uncoded, so they have been found to be very effective for:
- Joint pain in knees, shoulders, hips, ankles, elbows.
- Muscle pain from torn or injured muscles.
- Back pain that is related to injured muscles, tissue or bone repair.
- Meniscus, ACL or MCL tears found in knees, shoulders, and hips.
- Osteoarthritis, which has worn away the cartilage found in joints.
- Athletic or auto injuries involving joints, muscle, cartilage, and bone.
What Is Stem Cell Therapy?
Stem cell therapy uses the donated umbilical cord stem cells in a non-surgical procedure that is performed in our office in less than an hour. These cells contain over 440 identifiable cytokines, which are powerful healing proteins that occur in the body naturally. These active stem cells are injected into the area to be treated where they immediately begin to multiply identically to those that are needed.
As soon as these stem cells are injected, they immediately begin to lower inflammation in the area. They will continue to multiply at a rapid rate, and in a matter of weeks you will begin to have a decrease in the pain. They will continue to multiply long after treatment, and most people have considerable relief. Many athletes use this therapy for injuries, and there have been thousands of people who have bypassed surgical procedures finding success with stem cell injections.
Am I Eligible for Treatment?
Before you begin stem cell therapy for joint pain, our doctor must determine if you are eligible for the process. They will discuss with you the pain you are experiencing, how long and how extensive it is.
There are many more benefits to this revolutionary new therapy besides the simple, non-surgical, one-time, all-inclusive treatment. If you would like to learn more about our joint pain treatments at Synergy Medical, we will be pleased to answer any questions you may have. We are conveniently located in Bradenton, FL. Contact us today to schedule your consultation!