Stem Cell Therapy in Los Angeles

The Power Of Regenerative Medicine

Stem cell therapy involves harnessing the power of your body’s healing abilities to stimulate regeneration and regrowth. Stem cells are responsible for rebuilding and regenerating the body. The underlying premise, is that stem cells are in fact living cells that can transform themselves into different types of tissue or functional cell. Therefore, they are able to differentiate into ligaments, tendons, bone, nerve, and cartilage.

When an injury occurs, it is the stem cells that are released and summoned by the body to rebuild damaged muscle, joints, or cartilage. By injecting these stem cells directly into the damaged area, it may assist and accelerate the body’s natural healing process.

Until recently, treatment options for osteoarthritis or joint pain were limited. Steroid injections, joint replacement surgery, and physical therapy were the only treatment options. Stem cell injections are now available and not only are they being considered in relieving pain but also in helping heal the joint.

Regenerative Medicine Los Angeles
Regenerative Medicine Los Angeles

Benefits of Stem Cell Therapy

  • Minimally invasive procedure
  • Avoid surgery and its many complications and risks
  • Minimal post-procedural recovery time
  • No use of general anesthesia
  • Pain reduction
  • Increased mobility and function

Who May Benefit from Stem Cell Therapy?

Stem cells may be used as therapy in the following conditions or may help improve the following:

  • Knee pain
  • Back pain
  • Musculoskeletal pain
  • Neuropathic pain
  • Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow)
  • Arthritic Pain
  • Much more…

Stem Cells are taken from amniotic cord tissue allographs from healthy births. We can also combine it with other treatments including PRP and ozone for improved patient outcomes.

stem cell therapy los angeles
stem cell therapy los angeles


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