Would you have said that your pain is not treatable?
Learn why a stem cell therapy is an effective alternative for chronic pain and musculoskeletal disorders. Have you been reduced your quality of life due to illness or injury? Have you even find you in terms of inability constant? If so, you know how difficult it is to deal with this situation.
Treat chronic pain has been one of the challenges of modern medicine, bearing in mind that the totality of people who suffer it, few have the privilege of being treated or have an inadequate pain treatment.
Treatment with stem cells in regenerative medicine is emerging as a new effective alternative to relieve pain resulting from degenerative diseases such as osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis and muscle injuries, due to the power of these cells to regenerate the tissues of the joints, cartilage and tendons.
Such treatment allows even relieve joint and muscle pain caused by trauma, so it is very used by high-performance athletes.
There are diseases and medical conditions such as type 2 diabetes, amputation surgery and chemotherapy that, cause a chronic pain that has been considered untreatable because it is resistant to analgesic medications. However, a study conducted by researchers from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, in the United States, revealed that the injections of bone marrow stem cells may be able to alleviate this type of neuropathic pain.
In addition to its findings serve as a step forward to decrease the pain of the lower back and spinal cord injuries through stem cell-based therapies.
Stem cells, a new solution for people who suffer from arthritis
Arthritis generally receive in response to your ailment the use of medications or hope in a surgery and even diagnosed that there is a procedure for them. The alternative proposed by the treatment with stem cells is precisely a non-surgical solution to problems of pain in the knees, spine, shoulders and hips.
According to report of the New Herald, at least 20 million people over the age of 60 years, in the United States, living with pain caused by arthritis. “This population consumes more medicines, has more diseases, depends more on the health system and is less satisfied with his life that the population that is not suffering from arthritis”.
According to information the American Geriatrics Society, AGS (American Academy of Gerontology or aging), the number of patients will increase over the next 10 years, so there is an urgent need a new alternative to combat arthritis, which for specialists consists in the use of adult autologous stem cell, due to actual results that include: patients improve the intensity of pain, can walk longer distances and decrease the amount of medication prescribed for pain.
According to figures of this same means: “more than 80% of patients treated for arthritis of the knee with stem cells improve from the sixth week”.
What type of pain can be treated with stem cells?
Stem cell therapy helps to control and reduce inflammation by their anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory properties, which control and balance the immune system.
This therapy also can help relieve the pain associated with:
- Articular lesions
- lesions of chronic meniscus
- Knee Pain
- Arthritis – osteoarthritis
- conditions of excessive use
- Ligament Injuries
- Swelling of the joints,
- Tendonitis rotator cuff rupture.
How does the treatment works?
Stem cells can be obtained from bone marrow and fat tissue of the patient, through a simple process and outpatient care. Then we proceed to inject stem cells in the affected areas to initiate the regeneration of damaged tissues.
- Quick recovery. The patient may feel an improvement almost immediately from the first application, however can vary depending on your condition.
- The patient will have better movement and increased activity to feel more energetic and complete renovation in your body.
- Less time of convalescence.
- Reduction of inflammation and pain.
- To return to the day-to-day activities in the coming 42 hours or even in less time.
Likewise, the treatment contributes to the release of growth factors that stimulate the production of other cells, essential for tissue repair and wound healing