If you’ve suffered from a ligament or joint damage like an ACL tear, MCL tear, meniscus tear, or rotator cuff tear, or if you need knee replacement or shoulder, hip, neck, back, elbow, or any other orthopedic surgeries, we believe that stem cell treatment is a better option than surgery. Here’s why:
• After stem cell treatment, your body repairs and heals itself. You will generate new cartilage and ligaments, giving you the same feel and function you had before the injury.
• You’ll enjoy a faster healing time. Your body only needs to heal the original injury, not the trauma of surgery in addition to the injury.
• Your own original, actual tissue is much better for your body than anything surgery can create.
• You won’t have to take powerful, risky medications to manage your pain as you heal. The more powerful the medicine, the more powerful the side effects – so it’s good to avoid them if you can.
• Best of all, we are using your own body to heal you. There are no side effects.
In fact, stem cell treatment can be so effective that you might even be able to use it to replace back and neck surgeries as well as ligament and tendon surgeries. Even if you’re facing a hip or knee replacement, it’s worth the time to look into stem cell treatment. Some patients have been able to avoid these surgeries entirely thanks to stem cell treatment.
Are you a professional athlete? Then you definitely want to learn more about stem cell treatment. Thanks to stem cells, many athletes who would have suffered career-ending injuries can now be back up to near-full performance in only a few short weeks. We can help you play the sport you love longer while still being able to enjoy a healthy, active retirement.
All of that being said, the most important thing to remember about our stem cell treatment is that the cells are autologous, or obtained from your body. We do it this way to reduce or even eliminate the risk of rejection. Your body will attack any foreign object, because your immune system can’t tell the difference between a splinter that could be covered in germs and a sterile titanium screw used to stabilize a joint. It sees both as invaders and responds accordingly.
So you’re probably wondering where these stem cells come from. We take them from two different parts of the body: the adipose tissue
, or fatty tissue, and bone marrow
. Learn a bit more about both below.