Treatment

Stem cell & PRP

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Stemcell & PRP

 

Stem cell therapy and platelet rich plasma (PRP) therapy are two distinct regenerative medicine treatments used to treat a different conditions and injuries in the body.

Both of these treatments are readily used to treat a variety of orthopedic conditions and injuries.

Examples include: a damaged ligament or tendon, a surgery wound, a bone fracture, and arthritic damage to a joint.

 

Treatment

PRP

PRP therapy involves taking plate-rich plasma from a sample of your blood (through a simple needle withdrawal) and using its growth factors and healing properties to treat a condition or injury. Your blood has many components, including platelets. The platelets are responsible for helping your body heal when you get injured

STEM CELL THERAPY

Stem cell therapy is different from PRP therapy. Unlike platelets taken from your blood, stem cells are retrieved from your bone marrow or fat deposits.

 

STEM CELL THERAPY with PRP

To perform stem cell therapy, we take out stem cells from bone marrow or a fat deposit through an incision or needle.

Then, we create a concentrated solution with the stem cells. This solution is injected into the problem area.

The stem cells enter the area and replace much needed specialized cells, triggering a healing response.

Stem cells can even form new tissue that is needed in the body – it is truly a revolutionary regenerative treatment.

 

 

How long does it last?

 

Both PRP and stem cell therapy represent viable alternatives to surgery. As opposed to surgeries on the knee, shoulder, or back, which can result in extensive and painful recovery periods, patients who choose stem cell therapy may be able to return to work after a couple of days. How long will it last depends on how your body responds to the treatment and your physical life style. 

 

F.A.Q.

How does Stem Cell & PRP Work?

Stem cell therapy and platelet rich plasma (PRP) therapy are two distinct regenerative medicine treatments used to treat a different conditions and injuries in the body.

Both of these treatments are readily used to treat a variety of orthopedic conditions and injuries.

Examples include: a damaged ligament or tendon, a surgery wound, a bone fracture, and arthritic damage to a joint.

What can Stem cell & PRP do for me?

Both PRP and stem cell therapy represent viable alternatives to surgery. As opposed to surgeries on the knee, shoulder, or back, which can result in extensive and painful recovery periods, patients who choose stem cell therapy may be able to return to work after a couple of days. How long will it last depends on how your body responds to the treatment and your physical life style. 

 

What is the treatment like?

The actual procedure involves two steps.

PRP

PRP therapy involves taking plate-rich plasma from a sample of your blood (through a simple needle withdrawal) and using its growth factors and healing properties to treat a condition or injury. Your blood has many components, including platelets. The platelets are responsible for helping your body heal when you get injured

STEM CELL THERAPY

Stem cell therapy is different from PRP therapy. Unlike platelets taken from your blood, stem cells are retrieved from your bone marrow or fat deposits.

 STEM CELL THERAPY with PRP

To perform stem cell therapy, we take out stem cells from bone marrow or a fat deposit through an incision or needle.

Then, we create a concentrated solution with the stem cells. This solution is injected into the problem area.

The stem cells enter the area and replace much needed specialized cells, triggering a healing response.

Stem cells can even form new tissue that is needed in the body – it is truly a revolutionary regenerative treatment.

What can Stem cell and PRP treat?

Stem cell therapy and PRP are both biologics that can assist in the regeneration of damaged tissue.

Both PRP and stem cell therapy represent viable alternatives to surgery. As opposed to surgeries on the knee, shoulder, or back, which can result in extensive and painful recovery periods, patients who choose stem cell therapy may be able to return to work after a couple of days.

What are the risk of Stem Cell & PRP?

The process is minimally invasive.

How long does start to take effect?

 How long will it last depends on how your body responds to the treatment and your physical life style. 

Maintenance, depending on the indication for your treatment. The results from each visit will vary by each patient needs.

How much does treatment cost?

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