1. Stem cell and Regenerative therapy
Stem cell and regenerative therapies have emerged as a new option to treat painful musculoskeletal conditions. Pain in the shoulders, hips, or knees can frequently be treated using these therapies to avoid surgery. The therapy involves injection of stem
cell or amniotic allograft into the damaged tissue. This fluid consists of growth factors, cytokines, and signal molecules which help the body repair and regenerate.
Our regenerative therapy is one of the most advanced non-surgical treatments available. It is minimally invasive because we use high-tech image guidance to place treatments with pinpoint accuracy. Our state-of-the-art facilities have the best safety profiles and standards. Your treatment is near painless with minimal recovery time. The entire treatment course can be completed within one day so that you may return to routine activity quickly.
2. Stem cells are derived from progenitor cells lines through healthy donors. A highly selective process to ensure safety and quality is used to select the best donors. A fluid allograft is derived from umbilical cord blood containing stem cells, growth factors and cytokines. This allograft is placed into joints, ligaments and damaged tissue to help the body regenerate.
3. Amniotic allograft fluid comes from the amniotic layer of the placenta. This donor tissue is processed aseptically in accordance with FDA guidelines in a controlled environment. It is subject to microbiologic studies to confirm the best quality. The amniotic layer contains cell lines that release epidermal growth factor, vascular endothelial growth factor, transforming growth factors, and interleukin. These factors are essential for human growth and development. They express significant therapeutic benefits when used for various injuries and degenerative conditions. The fluid is anti-inflammatory and helps native cells repair damaged tissue.
4. PRP and PRF. Platelet rich plasma and fibrin require taking a sample of your own blood to process in a centrifuge. The resulting fluid is a highly concentrated mixture of cellular factors that can be injected to damaged areas of the body to promote healing.
- Pain or swelling in joints
- Ligament injuries
- Knee pain
- Shoulder pain
- Hip pain
- Back pain
- Neck Pain