Regenerative Medicine Treatments
Our regenerative medicine treatments cover a variety of conditions including diseases, disorders, injuries, neuropathy, and many more. Learn more about what your stem cells can do to help you treat these conditions as a patient of Dynamic Stem Cell Therapy. If you have any questions, please call (702) 547-6565 to speak with a member of our staff who will be happy to assist you. Learn more about what activating your stem cells.
MUSCULOSKELETAL & SPORTS INJURIES
Torn ligaments and other injuries may be managed through regenerative therapy treatments using regenerative medicine from your body's own products or allograft to help regenerate your tendons, ligaments, and bones.
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Also known as osteoarthritis, degenerative arthritis is a type of joint disease that results from the breakdown of joint cartilage and underlying bone. Most patients experience joint stiffness and pain.
If you are suffering from degenerative arthritis (Osteoarthritis), then cellular therapy harvested from a cGMP lab may help reduce your pain and inflammation and increase your mobility. This is because these regenerative therapy treatments may regenerate your joint cartilage and underlying bone.
Your neck could suffer from pain or inflammation as a result of osteoarthritis, injuries, or the cumulative effects of aging. Not only is your neck a vital part of your body, it is especially vulnerable to injuries because it is so exposed. With a free consultation, we can determine if you could be a candidate for these treatments.
Emergency medicine doctor and trauma medicine specialist Dr. Dale Carrison now offers regenerative medicine treatments for selected patients with neck injuries. We also treat traumatic injuries related to sports or other issues.
Foot & Ankle Injuries:
As any athlete knows, the foot and ankle are two of the most commonly injured parts of the body. The ankle is put under a tremendous amount of stress in daily activity, and one unexpected twist or turn can carry painful consequences.
Celebrated emergency medicine doctor and trauma medicine specialist Dr. Dale Carrison now offers cell therapy treatments for selected patients with foot and ankle conditions. These treatments may help manage painful symptoms associated with traumatic injuries, arthritis and painful degenerative conditions.
Autologous regenerative medicine found within your own body can regenerate and rejuvenate tendons, ligaments, and bone. By harvesting, concentrating, and reintroducing these cells to your body, we may be able to help you recover from your hip injury and accelerate your healing process.
Autologous cells found within your own body can regenerate and rejuvenate tendons, ligaments, and bone. By harvesting, concentrating, and reintroducing these cells to your body, we may be able to help you repair your torn ligaments and accelerate your healing process.
Cartilage is a connective tissue found in many parts of the body. Although it is a tough and flexible material, it is relatively easy to damage. This fine, rubbery tissue acts as a cushion between the bones in your joints. Healthy cartilage allows the bones to move and glide over each other with minimal friction and no pain.
Articular cartilage is the smooth, white tissue that covers the ends of bones where they come together to form joints. Having healthy articular cartilage in our joints makes it easier to move, because it allows the bones to glide over each other with very little friction. This is very important for the preservation and normal function of the joints, but articular cartilage can be damaged by injury or normal wear and tear.
In the knee, cartilage is responsible for providing a smooth protective layer covering the femur, tibia and the patella undersurface, as well as serving as a shock absorber for the knee. Cartilage does not have its own blood supply so it does not have the natural ability to heal itself after damage from a sports injury, work injury or a traumatic event. If left untreated, a knee cartilage injury can cause deterioration in the joint leading to osteoarthritis and other degenerative disorders.
The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the human body and is put under constant motion and stress every day. Because of this, many patients experience shoulder osteoarthritis during their lives, causing them to suffer from chronic joint pain, swelling and inflammation.
Osteoarthritis is caused by the deterioration of articular cartilage, which is the smooth, white substance that covers the ends of each shoulder bone. Over time, a patient’s bones may rub against each other while the shoulder is in motion from total loss of cartilage. Alternatives to shoulder arthroplasty may include injections such as cortisone. There is early data suggesting that biologic injections may be beneficial for patients with early to moderate osteoarthritis.
Emergency medicine doctor and trauma medicine specialist Dr. Dale Carrison now offers regenerative medicine treatments for selected patients with shoulder arthritis and injuries to help manage painful symptoms associated with early to moderate shoulder arthritis and degenerative conditions that cause pain for patients. We also treat traumatic injuries related to sports or other issues.
The back is one of the most important parts of the human body, but can be injured by sports incidents, car accidents, slips, falls, and even work around the house.
Back injuries can prevent people from many things they love, from playing with children to playing sports and working. If your back has been hurt, you may be a candidate for regenerative medicine. Your cells have the potential to help you body regenerate and recover.
Your elbow is a critical part of your body, used for anything from opening doors and carrying groceries to playing sports, working, and spending time with your family.
An elbow injury, especially if severe, can quickly begin to impact your life and prevent you from doing what you love to do. Thankfully, regenerative medicine may be able to help you recover more quickly from your injuries. Regenerative medicine can help you regenerate and rejuvenate your cells, which could accelerate your healing.
Orthopedics & Sports Medicine:
Complex tissue repair and replacement have proliferated in orthopedics, sports medicine, and prolotherapy, eclipsing the historic emphasis on mechanical and metallic implants. A new era of orthopedic therapies encompasses cellular and molecular-based healing strategies.
Clinical data suggests using autologous cell composites provides a vast range of therapeutic applications, because they can repair and regenerate many types of musculoskeletal tissue. Researchers assert the bioactive proteins within cells initiate soft and hard tissue healing, including bone, tendon, cartilage and ligament regeneration and repair.
Additional data suggests these bioactive proteins develop new vascular and epithelial tissue and stimulate the physiological process of wound healing. The optimization of regenerative medicine in the field of sports medicine for otherwise healthy individuals is one of many cutting edge avenues we are actively pursuing here at Dynamic Stem Cell Therapy.