Shoulder Pain (Rotator Cuff Tear) Treatment
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Stem Cell Therapy for Rotator Cuff Tears and Shoulder Injuries
Severe aches in your shoulders can significantly take away from your overall quality of life. Movement can become difficult, making it more challenging to work or enjoy your favorite past times. The level of pain can sometimes even keep you up at night. At The National Stem Cell Clinic, we offer innovative shoulder pain treatment plans so that you can be back at your best.
Rotator Cuff Injuries
Your rotator cuff is responsible for a large portion of your shoulders’ range of movement. It’s what allows you to reach overhead or behind your back to accomplish tasks or retrieve objects. Those who use their rotator cuffs the most on a daily basis are at a greater risk for injury.
Being over the age of 40 puts you at an even greater risk of injury, along with osteoporosis or other degenerative diseases. With all these factors in mind, it’s easy to see why this is such a common ailment.
Overuse of the muscle or incidents that cause acute strain can lead to debilitating pain. Your ability to move your shoulder is dramatically restricted, and a lack of mobility may increase the severity of the injury. Sometimes these aches even make it impossible to find comfort falling asleep.
When you experience a strain or tear, rotator cuff injury treatment becomes a necessity. Instead of a grueling surgery, consider the more lasting effects of stem cell therapy.
Stem Cell Regeneration
Since many muscle injuries, including rotator cuff tears, suffer from cell degeneration, it makes sense that injecting stronger cells back into the tissue can speed along recovery. Stem cells serve a unique purpose, offering regenerative properties that are often used to replace or repair damaged cells. The immediate advantage of this type of treatment is that it attempts to heal a patient’s body with its own tissue. What could be more natural than that?
Typically, stem cell therapy is an alternative to more traditional surgeries. When you undergo a surgical procedure, your body is put through additional trauma that it now has to heal from, on top of the initial injury. Stem cell therapy makes your road to recovery much shorter. Patients often report more permanent results, suggesting that this type of treatment offers long-term solutions. Stem cell therapy has the potential to alleviate conditions that may have once been considered hopeless.
Platelet-rich plasma, or PRP, is a major component of stem cell therapy. Our trained professionals will take care of you at each stage of the process.
Because platelets have superior growth characteristics, a treatment that uses a concentrated amount of them is often highly effective. The simple nature of this procedure rarely results in side effects, making the treatment far less painful than intense surgeries.
As science and technology have evolved, so too have treatments for some of human biology’s most common ailments and injuries. By investigating problems with muscles, ligaments, and tendons at the source and utilizing the body’s own healing properties, recovery can become less complicated and more effective.
The National Stem Cell Clinic has embraced new concepts, and we’ve become experts in the areas of stem cell therapy, PRP treatments, and neuro-prolotherapy. Our knowledge, coupled with our caring doctors, ensures you feel comfortable every step of the way.
There’s no reason to suffer continual discomfort from your rotator cuff injury or shoulder aches. Less effective treatments can leave you with chronic injuries that keep coming back. Let our team of stem cell experts help you on your first step to recovery. Contact us today for an important to treat your shoulder pain.
We Treat Chronic, Debilitating Pain
At the National Stem Cell Clinic in Houston and Miami, we specialize in the specific issues that result in chronic pain. Chronic pain can occur in varying degrees of severity in different parts of the body. Many of our clients come to us with chronic pain in the following areas: