Painful joints, sore ankles, stiff knees, aching back, creaky hips…
These are all symptoms of arthritis. People of all ages suffer from arthritis. It’s the leading cause of disability and chances are it will affect all of us sooner or later.
But did you know, arthritis is not a single condition? It’s a general way of referring to joint pain or joint disease. There are more than 100 types of arthritis. It’s most common in women and is more likely to affect us as we get older, especially if we have an old injury.
Stem Cell Therapy may bring relief
The good news is, stem cell treatments have been shown to improve several orthopaedic conditions, including
Anti-inflammatory and regenerative properties
Stem cells have anti-inflammatory and regenerative properties. When they are deployed directly into the problematic joints, in many instances stem cells have been shown to repair cartilage and bring relief.
People often benefit from Stem Cell Therapy when most other options have been exhausted. To find out if Stem Cell Therapy could help you, call for a FREE initial short phone consultation.
Stem Cell Therapy is also used to treat the conditions listed below. However, you should be aware that evidence of effectiveness is limited. If you have any questions
- Some Urological conditions
- Cardiac conditions: post-myocardial infarction, congestive heart failure and cardiomyopathy
- Respiratory conditions: asthma, degenerative lung disease
- Neurological conditions: Parkinson’s disease, stroke, peripheral neuropathy and multiple sclerosis
- Autoimmune: lupus, relapsing polychondritis, autoimmune hepatitis, Crohn’s disease, rheumatoid arthritis, myasthenia gravis, lichen sclerosis
- Ophthalmology: dry eyes and optic neuritis