Cell Assisted Joint Repair

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Joint Repair
Stem cell procedures may eliminate the need for joint replacement surgery. Fat-derived stem cell procedures are showing significant results with joint repair. Quality of life is improved through the significant reduction of pain, and the rebuilding of healthy tissues helps restore normal functioning in joint areas.

Alternative to Knee Surgery

A non-surgical stem-cell treatment for people suffering from knee pain due to common injuries or other degenerative problems. If you have encountered a knee injury to the meniscus, ACL, or MCL, or have chronic knee pain due to a past injury or osteoarthritis (also known as “degenerative joint disease” or “wear and tear arthritis of the knee”), you may be a good candidate for the this Procedure.

Traditional options for patients suffering from these issues include arthroscopic knee surgery to repair ligament tears, or total knee joint replacement. With both surgeries, months of rehab are required, and the patient must be aware of and prepared to take on the risks.

Alternative to Hip surgery

A non-surgical stem-cell treatment for people suffering from hip pain due to common injuries, avascular necrosis, osteonecrosis, osteoarthritis, hip bursitis or other degenerative problems related to the hip joint.

Hip pain can be very difficult to deal with on a day-to-day basis, and traditionally requires long-term pain management if the patient does not undergo hip surgery. Hip replacement surgery and hip resurfacing are often the only medical options presented to a patient to deal with their debilitating pain.

As a hip surgery alternative, this therapy program may help you to return to daily activities that were difficult before the treatment using a simple office injection procedure. Our approach works without surgery by amplifying the concentration of a person’s own stem cells in the problem area, boosting the body’s ability to heal itself naturally.

Alternative to Back surgery

A non-surgical treatment option for patients suffering from bulging lumbar disc and herniated lumbar disc related problems. The procedure is intended to help patients avoid lower back surgery or high dose steroid epidural injections and their side effects.

Our procedure can offer relief from lower back pain, buttock and leg pain, or numbness and tingling in the legs or feet. It is minimally invasive with a very limited recovery period.

Alternative to Ankle Surgery

A non-surgical stem-cell treatment for people suffering from ankle pain due to common injuries and other degenerative joint disorders. If you suffer from chronic ankle pain from cartilage loss in the joint, or pain and instability from partially torn or overstretched ligaments, you may be a good candidate for this procedure.

Alternative to Shoulder Surgery

A non-surgical stem-cell treatment for people suffering from shoulder pain due to common injuries and other problems.

If you have encountered an injury to the rotator cuff, or experience pain related to shoulder tendonitis, tendenosis, arthritis or bursitis, you may be a good candidate for the procedure.

Shoulder pain is a very common complaint, but shoulder surgery is particularly difficult due to the complexity of the joint. Post surgical recovery can be painful and typically requires a lengthy rehab period to restore strength and mobility to the shoulder.

Alternative to Hand Surgery for Arthritis and Injury

A non-surgical stem-cell treatments for people suffering from pain or reduced range of motion due to common injuries, basal joint arthritis / osteoarthritis, or other degenerative problems in the hand.

Thumb arthritis (or basal joint arthritis) can appear early in life. Because of the constant swiveling and pivoting motions of the basal joint–the joint at the base of the thumb, or thumb CMC (carpometacarpal) joint–the thumb joint tends to wear out easily. Basal joint arthritis is also common in people who have osteoarthritis.

One way to treat this condition is with total joint reconstruction surgery. While surgery may improve the condition for some, this is not the case for all. New problems in the thumb joint may redevelop over time, causing such symptoms as numbness or tenderness.