Stem Cell Therapy
Do you know you can use your body's natural healing mechanisms to treat a multitude of chronic diseases? Your body contains stem cells that divide and multiply to regrow muscle, ligaments, cartilage, and even nerves to repair damage, injury, and degeneration, naturally. At our medical clinic in Dallas, we've made it our mission to provide you with breakthrough non-surgical, stem cell therapy to treat the medical condition causing your pain.
New developments are being made about the usefulness of stem cells for pain relief, and there is some confusion over what is considered to be the optimal regenerative stem cell therapy.
After thousands of studies, research has shown the most effective treatment utilizes undifferentiated cells, harvested from healthy live cesarean birth babies that have been tested free of any and all possible disease.
These day 1 strength cells have the potential to replicate into different cell types, to repair and replace damaged cells and tissues. Injury, disease, and aging reduce your cell's ability to regenerate. Stem cell therapy tackles this problem by introducing stem cells to areas of tissue damage to fast track healing and regeneration.
Types of Stem Cells
Although used interchangeably, there is a difference between stem cell therapy and regenerative cellular therapy. Stem cells harvested from your adipose tissue contain a rich source of mesenchymal stem cells, valuable for healing and self-renewal.
This treatment is not without its drawbacks. Adipose tissue or fat contains toxins that may expose you to adverse complications. Stem cell therapy using cells extracted from your bone marrow requires that you undergo a procedure, where a hole is drilled into your pelvis or femur, and a large needle used to extract the bone marrow.
The invasive nature of this process increases your risks of complications such as infections and other adverse effects associated with anesthesia. Both adipose tissue and bone marrow therapy may be far less effective due to the fact that your current cells are as old and as tired as you are. With this procedure you are simply concentrating your stem cells into a localized area. You are not doing anything to affect their health.
Wharton's Jelly is regenerative cellular tissue extracted from birth materials and a rich source of therapeutic mesenchymal stem cells. The reason why our doctors prefer using regenerative cellular tissue in our treatments is because of the young, robust mesenchymal stem cells that fast track healing once injected into your affected joints. They are sourced from tissue banks where they were donated by healthy mothers prescreened for infectious diseases and other health concerns.
These mothers have consented to the use of this valuable cellular tissue for the purpose of regenerative medicine. The most important fact is that these cells are 1 day old and full of life and healing properties.
Regeneration Using Treatments Containing Stem Cells and Other Growth Factors
Our treatments containing growth factors have a high concentration of regenerative materials, including growth factors, and hyaluronic acid, useful for treating painful musculoskeletal disorders. Growth factors such as cytokines, collagen, proteins and peptides are your body's natural components and can accelerate healing for all-natural pain relief.
This non-invasive procedure is effective in treating a range of conditions, including:
- Pain in the back, neck, knees, shoulders, elbows, joints and hips
- Damaged or degraded cartilage
- Partially torn strained ligaments
- Plantar fasciitis
- Disc problem
We understand that your symptoms are unique. That's why we customize our treatments to target the underlying cause of your pain and discomfort. At our regenerative practice, our doctors encourage you to become an active participant in your treatment plan. We aim to help you return to normal function, so you don't have to miss out on making memories with loved ones and friends.
To learn more about the healing power of stem cell therapy in Dallas, Plano, Garland, Mesquite, Richardson, McKinney, Frisco, Allen, Addison or throughout DFW, call us today at (214) 221-2588 to schedule a free consultation.