Stem cell treatments can work for orthopedic issues, rejuvenation, repair, autoimmune diseases, arthritis and chronic pain. Each case is personalized so there may be hope that stem cell can offer relief.
Typically, no. You would have to see if your carrier offers coverage. However, we do offer financing options for all our procedures.
The main function of stem cells is to maintain and repair tissue. Stem cell therapy enhances this natural function by isolating a large number of highly active stem cells which are directed to an area of need within the body. We have a few modalities of treatment, from infusion to direct injection, depending or your specific case.
Our procedure is FDA compliant with the FDA Code of Federal Regulations Title 21 Part 1271. We meet the FDA regulations by providing a same-day procedure done entirely in a medical office with a patient’s own cells, which are then immediately delivered back to that patient.
Talking to one of our doctors is key to determining the potential results. Your age, diet, and how you care for your body before and after stem cell therapy also makes a huge difference. It is important to note that we are treating patients with their own adult stem cells; therefore, each treatment and response is unique to that patient.
As with any medical treatment, no guarantee can be made of precisely what results will be achieved or how soon results can be realized. However, many patients report that they begin to experience results within 4 to 8 weeks. In cases where the condition being treated is more severe, the patient may notice results over a longer time frame, and in some cases, may extend to a 6-9-month time frame. It’s not unusual for incremental benefits to extend up to 12 months after initial treatment.
Yes. It’s extremely safe and has a superb safety profile. We have had between our doctors and researchers nearly 12,000 cases with no issues using PRP and Umbilical Cord Stem Cells (Wharton's jelly), Bone marrow or adipose tissue