Who Can Benefit From Stem Cell Therapy?

Stem cell therapy helps those who are suffering from degenerative disease, injury, inflammatory disease, pain, hair loss, and external signs of aging. At Synergy Medical we offer stem cell therapy for patients suffering from joint, muscle, ligament, cartilage, tendon, or muscle degeneration.


  • Those who have tried physical therapy after an injury to no avail will likely benefit from stem cell therapy if they are looking to avoid surgery altogether. Because this method of treatment seeks to heal the body from within, stem cells will help to regrow tissue, bone, and cartilage that may have been damaged through an accident or sports-related activity.

  • Pain management is becoming increasingly more difficult as regulations clamp down on the distribution of legal opiates for pain sufferers. Fortunately, there is an all-natural method of pain relief to be found in stem cell therapy. If you are struggling to manage your pain, particularly after the passage of these newly restrictive laws, stem cell therapy will definitely benefit you.

  • The more visible external signs of aging, such as fine lines and wrinkles, may begin to take your confidence down a few notches. If you are beginning to notice deep wrinkles and minute lines on your face, you may be weighing your options for fillers to help. Stem cell therapy will benefit you by reducing your signs of aging without freezing your facial expressions.

  • Inflammatory diseases, such as arthritis, may be especially difficult to cope with if you are used to moving often in your activities of daily living. With stem cell therapy, you can reduce inflammation and decrease pain to help increase the quality of your life.

Unfortunately, stem cell therapy is not a cure-all for every health condition that there is. However, if you are experiencing adversity as the result of an injury, inflammation, arthritis, or pain, you may benefit from stem cell therapy.

Contact us today at Synergy Medical to schedule your initial consultation! Our team of professionals will be able to discuss with you all the ways this treatment may be able to benefit you. Our office is located in Bradenton, FL.