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Cell Therapy for Joint Pain

It’s estimated that one in four Americans above the age of 25 and almost half of the population above the age of 50 have some form of recurrent joint pain.

And last year over 1 million Americans had joint replacement surgery in an attempt to deal with their constant joint pain and arthritis.

Physically active individuals and athletes have had to give up on what they love doing due to these debilitating and lifestyle-limiting conditions.

Joint pain affects many areas of the body, such as your:

Heels (sometimes known as plantar fasciitis)

cell therapy for joint pain

Common treatment options for joint pain include steroid injections and painkillers.

Steroids and other anti-inflammatory agents cause adverse side effects that can be significant and dangerous, affecting the other organ systems. Painkillers, at best, offer marginal and temporary pain relief. Acting alone, these treatments result in little to no improvement on the condition of your joint.

Want to avoid arthroscopy and surgery?

Primarily a means to manage and moderate your pain, arthroscopy and surgery carry a lot of risks as well as prolonged rehabilitation with significant downtime. Pain relief may not be complete, and it is likely that you will never reach your desired level of functional mobility.

PreciseCare Cell Therapy for Joint Pain

Your body has the ability to heal and renew itself. By isolating your regenerative cells and injecting them into the joint that is causing you so much pain, your tissues can regrow and restore themselves. This procedure is minimally invasive, very safe and offers a quick and easy recovery.

Peer-reviewed published references

There are a variety of studies discussing how stem cell therapy can help those with joint pain. To learn more, click on the links below:

1. Management Of Knee Osteoarthritis By Combined Stromal Vascular Fraction Cell Therapy, Platelet-Rich Plasma, And Musculoskeletal Exercises: A Case Series: To manage unresolved symptomatic knee osteoarthritis, patients were administered a treatment of combined stromal vascular fraction cell therapy, platelet-rich plasma, and musculoskeletal exercises. Improved outcomes were obtained and all patients’ scores of pain improved to greater than 96; and quality of life scores to greater than 93 (out of 100). Functional performance measures of mobility returned to normal. (J Pain Res. 2015)

2. Mesenchymal Stem Cells For Treating Articular Cartilage Defects and Osteoarthritis: This review outlines the current status of MSCs (mesenchymal stem cells) used in cartilage tissue engineering and in cell therapy seeking to repair articular cartilage defects and related problems. MSC-based technologies show promise when used to repair cartilage defects in joints. (Cell Transplant. 2015)

3. Adult Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells Delivered Via Intra-Articular Injection To The Knee Following Partial Medial Meniscectomy: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Controlled Study: This double-blind, controlled study involved 55 patients at 7 institutions who underwent a partial medial meniscectomy. Those patients who received mesenchymal stem cells, injected 7-10 days after the meniscectomy, demonstrated meniscus regeneration and a significant reduction in knee pain. (J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2014)

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Don’t let your joint pain control what activities you can and can’t do. By harnessing the power of your stem cells, our regenerative treatments can repair your joint. The procedure is safe, quick and involves minimal downtime.

If you are considering joint replacement surgery, we encourage you to weigh all your options before moving forward with a risky procedure that has a long and painful recovery process. To find out if you may be a good candidate for regenerative cell therapy, call us at 949-734-9696 or request an initial, one-on-one evaluation with Dr. Goswami.