Regenerative cell therapies are much simpler and much less invasive than other surgical procedures. These procedures are safe, effective and affordable.
It is important for the physician to review the history of illnesses and injuries of the patient (including X-rays and MRIs). This will help the physician in determining whether an adult stem cell procedure will provide benefit to the patient. Since every patient is different, there are no guarantees that the medical treatment will result in the same clinical outcome for all. Anything that could affect or alter the success of the adult stem cell procedure will be evaluated by the surgeon before regenerative therapies are prescribed. Our proprietary cell therapies provide healing solutions for joint and musculoskeletal pain. This includes using your own adult stem cells and/or platelet rich plasma to help regenerate tissue. Our physicians deliver micro-injections using your own concentrated cells to help magnify your body’s natural healing process. Stem cells are taken from an area of high concentration, like your hip bone, and delivered directly to the area of inflammation to help you heal naturally, safely, and in most cases, more quickly.
If the patient meets the criteria and is a good candidate for the procedure, he/she will meet with the nursing team and the physician to review the procedure and to have any questions/concerns addressed.
Easy as 1, 2, 3…
A typical adult stem cell procedure usually lasts about an hour and consists of the following 3 basic steps
Using a syringe, the physician withdraws a small amount of bone marrow from an easy-to-access point on the hip of the patient.
The adult stem cells are separated from the rest of the bone marrow material in the same room.
The concentrated adult stem cells are returned to the part of the body that needs to heal by the physician.
The patient will be given some time to rest and will be provided with a customized personal rehabilitation and after-care program for recovery. The physician will then determine the method for follow-up which could be via phone, email, mail or post-treatment appointments if necessary.