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Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) Injury

How Can Stem Cell Therapy Treat Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) Injury?

Life with a Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) tear or sprain can get so painful, any activity that involves moving your knee can become frustrating and prevent you from enjoying athletics and everyday life.

The pain can certainly be severe—with inflammation, swelling, and stiffness. But what’s worse is how unpredictable this condition can be. Walking, climbing stairs, or other activities can be challenging because you never know if your knee with give way.

Most patients are prescribed medications to relieve pain, but they can cause side effects and don’t repair any sprains or tears. For some patients, surgery may be recommended, but these procedures can lead to complications such as nerve damage or infections. And surgery may not completely repair damage, leading to residual knee pain, permanent loss of mobility, and vulnerability to fractures.

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Research shows stem cell therapy can help to:

  • Treat PCL sprains
  • Treat PCL tears
  • Promote faster healing and alleviate pain
  • Ease knee and leg pain
  • Reduce inflammation and swelling
  • Regenerate damaged ligament tissue

I had both knees injected with millions of stem cells—they swelled up pretty good. The day after, 24 hours, starting to feel better now.

Experts in Stem Cell Therapy

Find out how a personalized treatment program designed in consultation with our experts can help stimulate healing and alleviate pain from posterior cruciate ligament sprains and tears—and put you back on the road to recovery. Discover how BioXcellerator advanced stem cell therapy can help:

  • Promote healing and regenerate damaged tissues
  • Help you recover more quickly after surgery
  • Help some patients avoid surgery
  • Improve mobility
  • Increase range of motion
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More Advanced Treatment Options are Available

Learn how stem cell therapy has helped many patients with ligament injuries and other conditions. Even patients who once lost hope for relief from severe pain enjoy more active lives with less pain and more energy.

Citations & Scientific References

Our medical team takes pride in our reputation for collaborating with other scientists worldwide on research studies and those associated with established scientific publications. Review these published studies that support the science of our treatment protocols.


Get back to a more active life with less pain. Find out if treatment is right for you. Schedule a free consultation with one of our experts today.

Signature Cells

Proprietary Protocols. Based on Advanced Science.

The most effective stem cell therapy starts with the best possible cells. BioXcellerator Signature Cells are produced from mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) derived from Wharton’s jelly umbilical cord tissue.

Then, based on our proprietary protocols, these cells are cultured and expanded in our on-site lab—and tested to make sure they meet high standards for purity and potency, and demonstrate:

  • High levels of anti-inflammatory properties
  • Best potential to modulate the immune system
  • More potential to stimulate healing and ease pain

Discover how Signature Cells and our advanced treatment protocols have helped patients with PCL injuries and tears enjoy life with less pain and inflammation.

Real People. Real Results.

Meet patients who now enjoy better health, more energy, and less pain, and get more out of life thanks to advanced stem cell therapy for knee injuries and other injuries, as well as many other conditions.

Todd Larato

BioXcellerator Patient

Treated for Knee Pain

George Hill

BioXcellerator Patient

Treated for Knee Pain

TJ Dillashaw

BioXcellerator Patient

Treated for PCL Injury

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