Stem cells are present in all of our bodies. Stem cells are responsible for healing injured bones, torn ligaments, damaged tendons and tissues. As we age or suffer from injury, often there may not be enough stem cells available to heal our body. The stem cells repair our body naturally. This allows your body to self-renew, allowing faster healing and faster recovery of damaged and worn down bone and tissue from injury and disease. Thanks to advances in technology we are now able to introduce fresh stem cells in to the damaged area. This allows the body to begin to heal itself without the need for invasive surgery.
How You Can Heal Using Your Own Body’s Repairmen
We perform stem cell and platelet procedures for many orthopedic and pain related conditions such as — spine pain, common injuries and degenerative conditions, such as arthritis and avascular necrosis. We are able to use your own cells and additional products to help heal injured tissues, cartilage, spinal discs, tendons, ligaments and even bone!
The procedures are often a viable alternative to elective surgery. There are many new solutions for patients suffering with chronic pain and injury often these cutting edge procedures help mitigate downtime and decrease painful rehabilitation that are required with invasive procedures.
Regenerative Stem Cell Solutions
One size Does NOT fit all
It is very important to have an evaluation by a qualified physician. There are many therapies that fall under the umbrella of what we refer to as “Stem Cells” . Many stem cell procedures are state-of-the-art and require customized medical solutions. Our solutions are created for patients by our skilled physicians.
Highly trained physicians can determine how best to heal damaged and injured areas of the body and will make a customized treatment plan.
Accuracy is the Key
Now that you have the right treatment plan and the right stem cell solution we have to get it to the damaged area. We have superior accuracy in harvesting and injecting stem cells by using advanced imaging guidance such as fluoroscopy, Computerized Axial Tomogrophy, and ultrasound.