Thanks to advancements in medical science and technology, we have various treatment alternatives to treat injuries and other degenerative joint pains than the traditional medication and surgery route. At Stem Cell Therapy for Pain, new advanced treatment options like amniotic stem cell therapy are used to effectively treat arthritis or other joint conditions.
Amniotic stem cells are found in the amniotic sac and not in embryos. There are moral or ethical issues about using embryonic stem cell for therapies; however, most people are in agreement that the usage of amniotic stem cells for therapy has no ethical issues. We strictly use amniotic stem cells to treat our patients.
Stem Cell Therapy for Pain is one of the few groups in the country that offer amniotic stem cell therapy. We find out the root cause and figure out the reason your joint tissues degenerated in the first place. We have an integrated team of medical doctors, nurses, and chiropractors who help you eliminate your chronic joint pain by using stem cell therapy.
What Are Stem Cells?
Stem cells can be found in every human body and they play a pivotal role in our body’s natural healing procedure. They remain dormant in the body until they get an indication from the brain that the body has suffered damage or injury. Then they accompany your platelets to target the site of injury. Stem cells have the unique ability to transform themselves into the same kind of cells that was damaged during the injury to promote natural healing of the body. They can heal injured tissues, bones, ligaments and tendons.
In the case of an injury, or as we grow old, the number of stem cells that are required in a particular injury spot of our body reduces. Stem cell therapy fixes this crisis by directly delivering a high concentration of stem cells into the injured site through injections. This promotes the healing of the injury without any medication or surgical interventions.
Stem cell therapy is usually finished reasonably quicker using stem cell injections, especially when compared to a surgery. It is an uncomplicated outpatient or in-office process.
Stem cell treatment can also help in the following cases:
- Speeds up the span of time it requires for injuries to heal completely.
- Boosts mobility, functionality and also sleep quality.
- Reduces pain including chronic joint pain without strong medication.
- Declines nerve damage cases.
- Decreases muscle damage and risk of potential injuries in the future.
- Increases collagen in the body.
- Helps patients to return to their normal daily routine as soon as possible.
- Heals wounds, prevents scars and decreases hair fall problems.
- Helps in producing new heart tissues and blood vessel tissues.
How Does Stem Cell Therapy Work?
Stem cell treatment utilizes body’s natural ability to heal itself. In Amniotic Stem Cell Therapy, your physician will inject stem cells from amniotic tissues into the site of your injury or pain. Stem cell injections have anti-inflammatory properties. While medications only provides short-term pain relief, stem cell therapy essentially repairs damaged tissues while also offering pain relief.
Injected stem cells heal the injured site in the stipulated healing time and constantly produce new tissues. In addition to that, stem cell injections contain hyaluronic acid, which helps in lubricating the joints and tendons, resulting in ease of pain.
Amniotic stem cells have the exclusive ability to transform into any kind of cells found in joints such as cartilage, tendon, ligament, muscle and bone. This makes stem cell therapy a comprehensive healing treatment. Once your injury is healed, the benefits are long-lasting and you wont deal with pain constantly.
How Is Stem Cell Therapy Different From Other Therapies?
Traditional treatment methods for painful joints rely on surgeries and medications, whereas stem cell therapy offers a great substitute to surgical intervention by promoting natural healing. Stem cell therapy is one of the best minimally invasive approach to treat joint pains and injuries.
Benefits Of Stem Cell Therapy
Stem cell therapy can be performed at Stem Cell Institute of America, to attain pain relief without the risks of surgery or lengthy recovery period. This therapy is safe yet effective. Some of the amazing benefits of this treatment are as follows:
- Amniotic stem cells do not have any steroids.
- Amniotic stem cells contain hyaluronic acid, which helps in lubricating the cartilage and boosts new cartilage growth.
- Amniotic stem cells don’t have the risk of patient rejection.
- Amniotic stem cells have growth factors that stimulate tissue growth in the body.
- Amniotic fluid has an extremely high source of stem cells, therefore this treatment alternative is definitely better than embryonic stem cells therapy.
- Even the patient’s own stem cells are collected from fat or bone marrow.
Amniotic stem cell injections are reliable and safe. This therapy has rare or no patient rejection, that’s why it is preferred by doctors worldwide. Amniotic stem cells are the neutral type of cells that do not have any DNA in them. This means every person is a match and the transfer of new stem cells can be done effectively.
At Stem Cell Therapy for Pain, our goal is to relieve pain through natural healing while providing long-lasting results. In most cases, your treatment needs only one injection, and you may notice an improvement within 4-5 weeks. Stem cell therapy helps you return to your normal lifestyle prior to the injury as quickly as possible. Stem cells therapies are also used to heal heart disease, connective tissue damage, immune rejection disorders, orthopedic injuries, neurological issues, and much more.
If you are facing any kind of chronic knee pain, hip pain or other joint pains that are limiting your daily activities or stopping you from doing things you love, Stem cell therapy can be the ideal solution for you. The team at Stem Cell Therapy for Pain will diagnose your problem and suggest the ideal solution. We provide specific treatment plans for every condition or disease you are dealing with. Contact us today to schedule your appointment!