Stem Cell Therapy for Orthopedic Injuries
Regenesis offers state-of-the-art stem cell therapy for orthopedic injuries, providing comprehensive therapy for bones, muscles, joints, tendons, and ligaments.
At the Regenesis Stem Cell Center, Dr. Charles Lee offers state-of-the-art stem cell therapy for orthopedics to comprehensively address issues of bones, muscles, joints, tendons, and ligaments. Our patients with severe sports injuries or arthritis wear and tear in their shoulder, knee, ankle, hip, and back have seen pain improvement, healing, and better range of motion and mobility. We have also provided effective relief for patients whose orthopedic surgery was unsuccessful. At Regenesis, our stem cell therapy is effective and safe and requires no risky or invasive surgery.
Orthopedics Can Be Treated with Stem Cell Therapy
Stem cell therapy at Regenesis offers solutions for the following orthopedic conditions:
- Arthritis, including osteoarthritis and other types of arthritis
- Knee Pain
- Foot and Ankle Pain
- Shoulder Pain
- Elbow, Wrist, and Hand Pain
- Hip Pain
- Back Pain
- Neck Pain
- Leg Pain
- Arm Pain
Could You Benefit from Stem Cell Therapy for Orthopedics?
If you experience moderate to severe orthopedic pain in your joints and muscles, or if you have had a previous orthopedic surgery that wasn’t successful, you should consider stem cell therapy, especially if you lead an active lifestyle that demands your time and energy. The complications and long recovery time of a surgical procedure may have you worried about the effects of anesthesia or the impact of invasive surgery on your body. For an effective alternative to safely reduce your pain and increase your range of motion without orthopedic surgery, you consult with Dr. Lee about stem cell therapy.
Advantages of Stem Cell Therapy for Orthopedics
Stem cell therapy harnesses a natural healing process in your body, called regeneration, that repairs and regrows damaged cells. Traditional orthopedic treatments include noninflammatory medications, physical therapy, and, ultimately surgery. Stem cell therapy can be used alongside medications and physical therapy to improve those outcomes, and it may help you avoid the complications and risks of orthopedic surgery. Our therapy requires no rest period or lengthy recovery time. Most significantly, stem cell therapy is effective. We have seen remarkable, often dramatic success in decreasing the pain and mobility issues of our patients with orthopedic conditions.
What You Can Expect from Stem Cell Therapy for Orthopedics
Our stem cell therapy procedures are performed by Dr. Lee entirely at the Regenesis Stem Cell Center in Huntsville, Alabama. They do not require a hospital visit or stay. Because of the complex nature of the musculoskeletal system, we will need to identify a precise diagnosis for your orthopedic condition before we can begin your stem cell therapy. Dr. Lee will personally review your complete medical history, perform a medical examination in our clinic, and assess advanced imaging and ultrasound scans of your body. Then we can recommend a comprehensive therapy plan for your specific needs.
If stem cell therapy is part of your plan, the first step when you arrive at Regenesis for the procedure will be to prepare your own stem cells and platelet-rich plasma. Stem cells are first formed at conception, and they ultimately give rise to every different stem cell in your body. With stem cell therapy, our goal is repair and regeneration, so we use your entire bone marrow entourage of cells that contain mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs). MSCs are a specific type of stem cell that can divide into important cells like bone, ligament, tendon, cartilage, muscle, and fat. Your bone marrow is a robust source of this entourage of stem cells, including mesenchymal stem cells. Additionally, our therapy includes platelet-rich plasma concentrated in your blood for even more potent therapy. Platelets release a wave of growth factors and recruit more of your body’s own stem cells to promote healing in damaged, injured, and inflamed areas of the body.
On the day of your procedure, with oral or IV sedation, Dr. Lee will use a local anesthetic to carefully extract a sample of your bone marrow containing your live stem cells. We then process, concentrate and extract the stem cells from your sample in our lab. You will wait in the comfort of our clinic while we process the stem cells and platelet-rich plasma for about two hours. Next, while you are mildly sedated and numbed, Dr. Lee will use real-time fluoroscopy and ultrasound to inject your own purified stem cells and platelet-rich plasma precisely into specific locations predetermined in your care plan, such as your joints, bone, cartilage, ligaments, muscle, or soft tissue. The injections take only about 20 to 30 minutes, and your body’s healing process begins immediately as our live stem cells and platelet-rich plasma initiate a regenerative response. Following the procedure, you will return home, and you can expect to have about the same mobility as when you got up that morning. Over the next three to six months, however, the injured tissue will begin to repair itself, and pain relief may begin much sooner – even within days.
Begin Your Stem Cell Therapy for Orthopedic Pain
If you have chronic orthopedic pain, residual pain from unsuccessful orthopedic knee surgery, or an acute orthopedic injury, stem cell therapy could help you improve mobility, decrease pain, avoid risky surgery, or improve your outcome after invasive surgery. Contact Regenesis Stem Cell Center today for a stem cell consultation. Please reach us through our contact form or call us at (256) 715-8193.
Dr. Charles Lee – Specializes in Stem Cell Therapy and Procedures for Orthopedic Injuries
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Precision Stem Cell Therapy – If you experience moderate to severe orthopedic pain in your joints and muscles, or if you have had a previous orthopedic surgery that wasn’t successful, you should consider stem cell therapy.