STEM CELL REGENERATIVE THERAPY TREATMENT

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Osteoarthritis accounts for many disabilities in America, and is the number one cause of physically disabling conditions today. It’s estimated that the economic impact from arthritic diseases in the United States has accumulated to $120 billion dollars, with little being done to address long-term expectations.

With the U.S. growing ever bigger, the number of patients living with arthritis will continue to increase with the population. At present, pain reduction and joint replacement surgeries are the only means of treating osteoarthritic pains – that is, until regenerative therapy began getting FDA approved.

The potential that regenerative therapy has for treating or healing degenerative tissues is enormous, but few clinicians are available in Colorado who specialize in this remarkable treatment method.

Let’s look at stem cell regenerative therapy and see how Downtown’s Healthcare can help patients recover more quickly and get out of pain with this minimally invasive injection procedure.

 

What is stem cell regenerative therapy?

Stem cells are cells which come from human bodies, and are then replicated in laboratories. These cells represent a single line, or strand, and are free of defects. Stem cells usually come from healthy amniotic membrane tissue and are replicated into cells that are used to treat a myriad of different conditions from arthritic degenerate joints to skin grafts.

In a regenerative therapy session, stem cells are injected into injured or damaged areas to enhance the body’s natural ability to heal tissues. In patients who cannot rebuild as quickly as others, stem cells essentially work more quickly to repair damaged cells and tissues and create healthy cells which can then be replicated.

Downtown’s Healthcare is adopting stem cell regenerative therapy because of its great impact on patient recovery. Learning biomedical advances related to stem cells, and working with them to understand their impact has forged a clear path for our healthcare facility to follow as the next generation of bio medicine takes shape.

What could Stem Cells do for me?

When stem cells are introduced into an area of your body that is causing pain (for instance arthritic knees, shoulders, joints or your back), they turn themselves into healthy versions of the cells around them. As the stem cells transform, they also begin to stimulate your body’s natural healing response, and start to repair and regenerate the damaged part of your body. Even after one session, many of our patients experience a reduction in their pain, as the stem cells begin to replace damaged tissue with repaired, healthy cells. Our Stem Cells can treat

  • Knee Pain
  • Hip Pain
  • Shoulder Pain (Including Rotator Cuff Tears)(Labrum Tears)
  • Foot/Ankle Pain
  • Soft Tissue Injuries
  • Any Other Joint Pain You May Be Experiencing

 

What are the advantages of stem cell therapy?  

Cortisone vs Stem Cell Treatment

Cortisone Stem Cell
-Pain Relief Only -Pain Relief with Tissue Regeneration
-Can't Do More Than 4 Times -Safe for Unlimited, Only Need 1
-Weakens Tendons -Strengthens and Regenerates Tendons
-Destroys Cartilage  -Heals and Regenerates Cartilage
-Increases Bleeding -Doesn't Increase Bleeding
-Weakens Ligaments -Strengthens and Regenerates Ligament
-Decreases Bone Mass -Improves/Maintains Bone Mass
-Raises Blood Pressure -Does Not Raise Blood Pressure
-Raises BloodSugars -Does Not Raise Blood Sugars
-Temporary Relief -Permanent Pain Relief and Healing

 

Surgery vs Stem Cell Treatment

Surgery Stem Cell
-Invasive -Non-Invasive
-Long Down-Time -No Downtime
-Painful Procedure -Little to No Pain
-Painful Rehab -Non-Painful Rehab
-Permanent Loss of Mobility -Increased Mobility and Range of Motion
-Permanent Loss of Function -Permanent Restoration of Function
-Results Don't Last  
-High Risk of Infection -No to little Risk of Infection
-High Risk Nerve Damage -No to Little Risk of Nerve Damage
-Irreversible -Reverses Damage
-Often Not Successful -Very High Success Rates and Outcomes

 

Answers to commonly asked questions

Want more information?  Join us at our next dinner workshop.  Simply call our office at 303-292-9992 to get information on our next talk.  

 

Want to see if you are a candidate for stem cell therapy?  Simply Click the link below to schedule a FREE consultation!

Click here - FREE consultation