Stem cells are astonishing in their ability to assume the behavior, properties, and characteristics of surrounding cells. They are the building blocks of all human tissues and have the potential to rebuild and repair the body by transforming into virtually any specialized cell type.
Stem cells are directly injected into the injured or damaged tissue. These injections can lead to an improvement in the movement and function of the joint, a reduction of inflammation and swelling, a decrease or elimination of pain, and even potential regrowth of soft tissue.
Pain after an injury is the result of damaged tissues. Stem cell injections can help facilitate the process of tissue repair and regeneration so you can get out of pain and back to where you once were. Let's better manage your pain and improve joint functionality, repair injured or damaged knee tissue, regrow cartilage, soothe back pain, and enhance the healing process of shoulder injuries. The versatility of our injections are the reason this option is one of the most in-demand methods of joint pain management.
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Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic inflammatory disorder where the body's immune system attacks its own tissue and joints. For many patients, this debilitating disease causes pain and deformity in the hands and feet. Progressive medicine injections can be used to manage the pain caused by this chronic condition, offer long-lasting results, and improve a patient’s quality of life.
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The flexible, protective tissue at the ends of bones is called cartilage. Osteoarthritis, the most common form of arthritis, occurs when this cartilage wears down over time. The most common symptoms are pain in the joints of hands, neck, lower back, knees or hips. Medications, physical therapy, and even surgery can be recommended to reduce pain and maintain joint movement. But stem cell injections offer a non-surgical option to help regrow cartilage, improve joint functionality, and get you back to where you were.
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