Stem Cell Therapy is a new cutting-edge approach to treating orthopedic injuries by leveraging your body’s natural healing powers. APMI Orthopaedic & Sports Health medical professionals are using stem cells to treat conditions like osteoarthritis, tendon and muscle injuries to potentially deliver long-lasting pain relief.
Conditions we treat with Stem Cell therapy
Stem Cell Therapy can enable APMI physicians to deliver minimal invasive treatment option to individuals suffering from chronic musculoskeletal pain. Now degenerative conditions and injuries can be treated with your own existing stem cells. While Stem Cell Therapy is relatively new there is constant evaluation in its efficacy in treating various conditions. It has been shown to have promising results with the following conditions:
Stem cell therapy is a very versatile treatment for treating a number of orthopedic ailments. It can be used to promote healing in larger joints, such as the hips and knees, as well as smaller joints such as wrists and elbows.
What to Expect during Stem cell procedure
This minimally invasive procedure is done under local anesthesia. First, with or without sedation your bone marrow or fat will be harvested. The aspirate is then prepared to extract stem cells. Ultrasound will be used for precision and accuracy. In the second part of the procedure, your APMI provider re-injects your stem cells into the treatment area using ultrasound for precision and accuracy.
How are stem cells obtained
The human body keeps a reserve of stem cells available to help repair injured and degenerated tissues. It is safe to retrieve them for therapeutic purposes. Stem cells remain in reserve, in the marrow cavity of your bones and fat collection. Typically the easiest place to harvest these stem cells is from the back of the hip area (iliac bone) & abdominal fat.
Don’t let joint damage, sports injuries and musculoskeletal ailments slow you down. Schedule a consultation at APMI Orthopaedic & Sports Health today, and let our team specialists help you.
Am I a Good Candidate for Stem Cell Therapy?
No joint is immune to damage or age-related wear, and every joint is a potential candidate for stem cell therapy. Your APMI physician can determine if you’re a good candidate for stem cell therapy after a thorough review of your medical history and a physical examination.
You may be a candidate for stem cell therapy if you suffer from conditions such as: