The future of pain management and sports medicine has arrived with new research allograft alternatives to stem cell therapy and surgery. The field of regenerative medicine has emerged quickly, especially in pain management as new research continues to rapidly advance. Clinical trials have repeatedly demonstrated the healing, regenerative properties and therapeutic potential of stem cell therapy as well as PRP. These developments led to newer emerging therapies such as stem cell signaling allografts that are combined with PRP typically. The treatment may provide an effective, non-surgical, and non-opioid pain relief option that pairs synergistically with functional medicine to provide patients with pain relief and improved quality of life. The process works by injecting regenerative growth factors from platelet rich plasma (PRP) into the site of pain or injury.
The immune system response primes the site for repair while the new stem cell signaling and growth factor solution triggers a healing cascade. Endogenous stem cells are able to receive cellular communication signals through both biochemical and physical mechanisms. The signals instruct the endogenous stem cells into survival, proliferation and differentiation. Depending on where the regenerative solution is injected, they may signal regeneration into either cartilage, tendon, or ligament connective tissue. The mechanism of healing is through a paracrine response in the local environment that releases the stored growth factors and signals other stem cells into activation and recruitment into the injection site. The injected allograft / platelet rich plasma solution also release anti-inflammatory agents that allow for regeneration as the newly recruited cells arrive and begin to proliferate. This unique feature may allow them to repair the damaged tissue they are placed in, with the growth factors speeding up the recovery time and results. After the endogenous stem cells have improved the damaged area, function and pain reduction may follow as structural integrity is improved.
- May Regenerate Ligaments, Tendons, Cartilage
- Utilizes your Natural Growth Factors and Cells
- Pain Relief
- Quicker Recovery time than surgery
- Non-Surgical / Non-Invasive
Athletes that have used Regenerative Medicine
- Bartolo Colon
- Dez Bryant
- Peyton Manning
- Rafael Nadal
- Adrian Peterson
- Pau Gasol
- Cody Garbrandt
- Tyron Woodley
- Luke Rockhold
Stem Cell Therapy Alternatives: Conditions that may Benefit
- MCL injury / partial tear
- LCL injury / partial tear
- Torn meniscus
- Knee bursitis
- Iliotibial band syndrome
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Stem Cell Therapy continues to grow and revolutionize medicine through regenerating your own tissue while reducing pain and improving function. This breakthrough has helped create new emerging treatments that may target your own endogenous stem cells. These emerging regenerative allograft treatments are in the research phase of development and patients must consent to being part of the clinical trial and data collection. When dealing with chronic pain, sports injuries or degenerative joints do not settle for temporary band aid fixes when regenerative medicine options such as emerging regenerative alternatives are now available in Gilbert, AZ, and the surrounding east valley communities of Chandler, AZ, Mesa, AZ and Queen Creek, AZ. For more information about Regenerative Injection Therapy, Atlas Health Medical Group, referrals to autologous stem cell therapy providers or to schedule an appointment call 480-648-1534 or fill out the form below.
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These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are for educational purposes only. If you are interested in autologous stem cell therapy, we will happily connect you to local and trusted providers as we do not provide that service but are strong proponents of its potential.