Orthopedic stem cell injections support tissue repair, ease pain, and promote recovery. They can help patients struggling with medical and degenerative conditions that affect mobility and quality of life including rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, as well as joint and back pain.
Orthopedic stem cell injections are a treatment used to relieve suffering from a range of acute and degenerative conditions.
Stem cells are your body's blank cells (undifferentiated cells). These cells transform into specialized cells like bone, nerve, and muscle cells. Your body uses stem cells to regenerate and repair tissue.
Your body has everything needed to repair diseased and damaged tissue, but your supply of stem cells depletes as you age. Circulation problems can affect the delivery of these healing cells to the body parts that need them.
Orthopedic stem cell injections deliver the stem cells into the area of the body that will benefit from the extra support.
Orthopedic stem cell injections help their patients struggling with medical and degenerative conditions that affect their mobility and quality of life. These include:
Injections help those struggling with joint pain (knees, hips, and shoulders) and back pain to provide healing and relief.
RA is an autoimmune condition in which your immune system attacks and destroys the lining of your joints, causing inflammation and pain. Stem cell injections help patients manage pain and improve the quality of life of those with RA.
Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease caused by the gradual wearing away of the cartilage that separates the bones in the joint. Orthopedic stem cell injections are a nonsurgical treatment for osteoarthritis that can improve joint function and reduce pain.
A team of providers will personalize your treatment to match your concerns, symptoms, and goals. They will review the details of their plan with you so you know what to expect.
The injections are done in the office. Your will provider inject the stem cells directly into your damaged tissue. After your injection, the team develops a rehab program to support your body's natural healing process.
Your rehab program can include:
The team closely monitors your response to the injection and provides additional necessary treatments and therapies.