THERAPEUTICS | ORTHOPEDIC STEM CELL THERAPY
We may be able to help if you been told you have or need:
Spinal fusion, TFCC wrist surgery, Si joint fusion, Herniated/Bulging disc surgery, Scoliosis surgery, Thumb CMC Artroplasty, Knee replacement, Spinal stenosis surgery, Nerve injury surgery for pain, Ankle fusion, Hip labrum surgery, Shoulder replacement, Rotator cuff surgery, Carpal tunnel surgery, Disc tear repair, ACL surgery, Meniscus surgery, Plantar plate repair, Shoulder labrum surgery, Tennis elbow surgery, Tommy John surgery, Ankle tendon/ligament repair
Stem cells are the crucial building blocks of all tissues in the body. They repair connective tissue and joint damage that accrues not only during strenuous athletic endeavors, but also with daily wear and tear. As we age, the ability to recruit an adequate number of stem cells to problem areas diminishes. Recovery is prolonged and injuries linger. Our procedures overcome these problems by extracting stem cells from their source, concentrating them in number and directly injecting them at the site of injury. Precision is of paramount importance for an optimal outcome. Therefore, our harvesting and injection procedures are performed with the expertise of guided ultrasound and x-ray.
Potential candidates have typically tried other medical options for treating their issue with no results. Popular among athletes, stem cell therapies are for people looking for a noninvasive treatment for their ailments.
What to expect: Various clinics have deliberately taken great liberties with using stem cell and other regenerative terminology to describe treatments they offer that in actuality are neither stem cell nor regenerative. We take tremendous pride in our field of practice and regardless of whether you decide to ultimately work with us, we’d be happy to answer any lingering questions that arise from your own research.
We’re one of the few clinics in the nation to be able to harvest stem cells from multiple body sites and will gladly discuss the modality most fitting for your specific situation.
Avoid aspirin, anti-inflammatory medications and steroids for at least 2 weeks prior to the procedure.
Following the procedure we recommend that a responsible friend or family member drive you home. You should expect to rest for 72 hours following the procedure.
After the initial 72 hour rest period return to activity is tailored specifically to you and your individual condition/situation.
It is advised to refrain from taking any anti-inflammatory medications for at least two weeks following your procedure.