Stem Cell Therapy

hip_and_kneeStem Cell Therapy

Stem Cell Therapy is the treatment of various disorders, non-serious to life threatening, by using stem cells. These stem cells can be procured from a lot of different sources and used to treat more than 80 disorders, like Leukaemia, Thalassemia, Aplastic anemia, Sickle cell anemia and MDS, with potential to treat neuromuscular disorders, degenerative disorders, and genetic disorders, for example, Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy, etc

Stem Cell for Knee

Stem Cell Treatment: Stem Cell & Platelet Rich Plasma Procedures are the world’s most advanced regenerative injection treatments for treating knee pain due to arthritis, meniscus tears, traumatic ligament injuries, overuse conditions and other degenerative conditions.

If you have encountered an injury to the knee meniscus, cartilage, ACL or MCL ligaments, or have chronic knee pain due to a past injury or arthritis, you may be a good candidate for knee stem cell therapy or platelet rich plasma procedures. Traditional options for patients suffering from these issues include arthroscopic knee surgery to repair ligament tears or total knee joint replacement. With both surgeries, months of rehab are required to regain strength and mobility, and the patient must be aware of and prepared for associated risks.

Stem Cell for Hip

Hip pain can be very difficult to deal with on a day-to-day basis and traditionally requires long-term pain management if the problem is not corrected. Hip surgery, hip replacement surgery and hip resurfacing are often the only medical options presented to a patient to deal with their debilitating pain.

Hip surgeries are typically very traumatic and are often followed by months of pain and discomfort while attempting to redevelop strength and mobility. Regenexx patients are typically encouraged to walk the same day, and most experience little to no downtime from the procedure.

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