Amniotic Stem Cell Therapy for Knee Pain

by | Jan 7, 2018 | Health, Pain | 0 comments

  • Regenerative Medicine involves treating your condition and not just the symptoms.
  • Traditional options have not been able to truly reverse arthritis.
  • The newest treatment with amniotic stem cells is showing excellent outcomes with significant advantages over its rivas.

Amniotic Stem Cell Therapy for Knee Pain

by | Jan 7, 2018 | Health, Pain | 0 comments

BONE MARROW

  • 29% incidence of pain
  • Major complications occurred in 10% and minor complications in 39%
  • Donor site complications include pain, nerve and artery injury, fracture, peritoneal perforation, sacroiliac joint instability, and herniation of abdominal contents through defects in the ilium.

ADIPOSE

  • Advocates say this method has the most stem cells.
  • While true initially, up to 80% of the fat graft dies within days.
  • A newer method of adipose stem cell therapy is available call SVF which helps with cell viability.
  • So why doesn’t everyone do that?  It takes 6 hours and costs over twice as much and superiority has not be seen.

AMNIOTIC

  • No harvesting is necessary.
  • No ethical concerns.
  • No rejection — immunologically privileged.
  • Over 75 growth factors present and contains anti-microbial elements.
  • Procedures are fast.
  • Properly processed fluid contains significant numbers of stem cells.

Amniotic Stem Cell Therapy for Knee Pain

by | Jan 7, 2018 | Health, Pain | 0 comments

Amniotic Stem Cell Therapy for Knee Pain

by | Jan 7, 2018 | Health, Pain | 0 comments

Amniotic Stem Cell Therapy for Knee Pain

by | Jan 7, 2018 | Health, Pain | 0 comments

Amniotic Stem Cell Therapy for Knee Pain

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  • Amniotic stem cell therapy is effective, safe, easy to administer.
  • Amniotic products are FDA regulated as a biologic and tested for a complete array of disease.
  • No embryonic stem cells are used, no ethical concerns.
  • Minimal manipulation ONLY.
  • Fluid comes from consenting mothers after a scheduled C-section.
  • Flid is processed then kept cryopreserved until use.  Takes ten minutes to thaw out.