Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What can I expect when I schedule a stem cell therapy session?
Your stem cell operations are performed by your designated physician at Dynamic Stem Cell Therapy. The doctor starts by thawing Wharton’s Jelly stem cells stored in Liquid Nitrogen Wharton’sand then injecting them frequently under live Ultrasound needle guidance. We inject your stem cells once they're ready, utilizing ultrasound guidance to assure precise placement. You should be able to continue your normal activities after your injection. While you may see an improvement in your symptoms within a week of your stem cell injection, the complete outcome may require several treatments and may take up to a month. Stem cell therapy is a cutting-edge treatment that boosts your body's natural healing abilities while also reducing discomfort. Call or book online today to make an appointment with Dynamic Stem Cell Therapy.
Is stem cell therapy a safe treatment?
Yes. The side effects of stem cell therapy are quite low, yet they are frequently misunderstood. The body accepts the new tissue as its own when healthy, blood free Wharton’s jelly stem cells from your healthy donor mothers are used, eliminating the danger of rejection. There is also no chance of catching a communicable disease from a donor patient because the stem cells are screened carefully and processed under completely sterile conditions. Other risks of joint replacement surgery are also avoided, like the increased chance of having a heart attack in the first month after knee and hip replacements and all anesthesia related concerns.
Where do adult cells emanate from?
Recent stem cell research has shown that stem cells from adipose fat tissue are a much better source for repairing cartilage from an adult source because they are better able to turn into cartilage.
Where do you harvest stem cells from?
During your outpatient treatment, the cells are extracted from donor tissue from an FDA approved and monitored lab to receive the best quality cryogenically frozen live Wharton’s Jelly mesenchymal stem cells (medicinal signaling cells).
What problems can stem cell therapy help with?
- Muscular tears
- Severe sprains
- Plantar fasciitis
- Rotator cuff tears
- Meniscus tears