Are you looking for an all-natural pain remedy for an injury or degenerative condition? Do you want to achieve this without having to undergo an invasive and risky surgery? If natural pain relief is your goal, consider the benefits of regenerative medicine therapy.
Regenerative treatments have been shown to considerably improve pain both safely and easily. This is achieved by using cells that not only naturally occur within the body; they also are vital to our well-being. As we age, our body’s ability to regenerate itself diminishes, and it takes us longer to heal and recuperate. By using cellular therapy, we introduce viable cells to promote healing and allow for ample regeneration.
Regenerative therapy can assist patients who are dealing with a wide range of conditions, such as:
- Neck pain including pinched nerves
- Back pain/lower back pain, including sciatica
- Shoulder pain, including rotator cuff tears
- Hip pain, including joint dysfunction
- Knee pain, including meniscus and cartilage tears
- Tendon and ligament tears
Regenerative medicine therapy may finally be the natural pain relief you’ve been searching for.
What are mesenchymal cells and what do they do?
Mesenchymal cells are a sort of “supercells,” if you will, that have the capacity for self-renewal and differentiate into a variety of cell types such as fat, cartilage, muscle and bone. This makes them extremely potent and useful in treating damage within the patient.
Once the mesenchymal cells are injected into the site of need, they “dock” and release growth factors and other important components. This brings about a repair and renewal process that the body was not capable of before, which helps to alleviate the patient’s pain from within. These cells can be found primarily in bone marrow, adipose (or fat cells), and umbilical allografts.
For our treatments, we use Wharton’s jelly-derived mesenchymal cells. These regenerative cells differ from stem cells in that they are acquired painlessly and non-invasively. They are also young and more potent, thereby increasing the probability for a successful outcome in the patient.
Call our office today for an appointment and see your options for a fuller life.