Why Should I Consider Stem Cell Therapy for Back Pain?

From celebrity golf legend Jack Nicklaus to young men like Kris Boesen and Jake Javier, stem cell therapy has been helping people with back and spine injuries across the country. Many people have successfully used stem cell therapy for back pain without having to resort to painful and invasive surgeries or injections that break the bank. But what has stem cell therapy been able to accomplish with back injuries?

Courtesy of stem cell therapy, Jack Nicklaus has returned to golf and at the age of 79 just played a game of golf with Tiger Woods and Donald Trump only days ago. Kris Boesen’s terrible car accident left him paralyzed from the neck down, but he regained mobility in his arms following an experimental stem cell therapy procedure. A dive gone wrong left Jake Javier paralyzed the day before his high school graduation, but now he attends Cal Poly and can better care for himself following another experimental stem cell therapy procedure.

Now that we’ve seen the potential of stem cell therapy for back pain, let’s take a deeper look at who this could help and where they could get they help they need.

Who Should Consider Stem Cell Therapy for Back Pain?

If you have been experiencing back pain that may last for a while, especially that has led to a recommendation for injections or surgery, you may be a perfect candidate. Many people experience pain in the lower left back, especially a sharp, stabbing lower back pain on the left side. Others are seeking upper back pain relief, or something else entirely.

Following a traumatic incident like a car crash or fall, it is not uncommon for doctors to recommend that you seek treatment from a pain specialist that may prescribe medications or shots, and an orthopedic specialist may recommend surgery. These are not only expensive options, but each can carry a serious degree of risks and side effects.

Muscle relaxers can leave you disoriented and lethargic, unable to drive or work properly. Opioid painkillers carry a dangerous risk of addiction, and shots may or may not help a patient but will certainly be very expensive while treating only the symptoms, but not their cause. Surgeries are incredibly expensive and painful, with a huge recovery time and the potential to miss an extraordinary amount of work or cost you your job.

Meanwhile, stem cell therapy may be the perfect natural treatment for back pain. After all, the cells come from your own body and can become all sorts of other cells once they’ve been reintroduced to your body, potentially repairing the source of the injury without addictive or painful side effects. Patients can walk out of the office the same day, they just need someone to drive them home.

Beyond that, getting stem cell therapy for back pain typically offers a quick recovery time from the procedure. Unlike surgeries that can leave you recovering from the pain of the procedure itself for months, our patients are often able to return to work on the next day and experience full recovery from the procedure within a matter of weeks.

If you are looking for a natural treatment option, call (702) 547-6565 today and see if getting stem cell therapy for your back pain may be the right treatment for your issue.

What Does The Research Say?

Beyond the patient success stories shared at the start of this article, there has been a great deal of research centered around the use of stem cell therapy and PRP to treat spinal injuries and disc degeneration. Current studies show promise that many cell therapies could help people recover from back injuries and are currently being investigated. PRP has been examined as a potentially safe, effective, and feasible treatment for discogenic lower back pain.

For patients that are demographically suitable for stem cell therapy, there is evidence of safety and feasibility in certain cases with spine surgery. Other research shows potential for spinal cord injury to be treated in a way that potentially improves the quality of life of affected patients. The Mayo Clinic is currently involved in a study to test autologous adipose derived mesenchymal stem cells to treat traumatic spinal cord injuries and paralysis.

After a comprehensive research into the current medical literature, a systematic review demonstrated that cell-based therapies are associated with improved pain relief for people suffering from discogenic lower back pain. A study into using cell therapies for herniated discs demonstrated the promise of PRP and stem cell therapy to relieve back pain. That same study concluded that while an unsuccessful result from these therapies wouldn’t preclude a patient from qualifying for surgical procedures, surgery has a high morbidity rate and some patients require multiple surgeries.

The results of another study showed no safety issues, substantially reduced pain, increased function, and reduced disc bulge size in most patients. In fact, other studies have displayed the promise of stem cell therapy for back pain from issues that stem from discogenic pain, neuropathic pain, and osteoarthritis.

Where Can I Get Stem Cell Therapy for Back Pain?

Stem cell therapy for back pain is available at our stem cell therapy clinic. When considering stem cell therapy, it is important to work with a doctor that develops a customized treatment plan taking your unique circumstances into consideration. With the right stem cell therapy doctor and the right treatment plan, stem cell therapy may be able to help your back heal.

How Do I Get Started?

While the world of regenerative medicine might seem overwhelming, it’s much simpler if you start with an experienced clinic that follows high quality standards and has safe practices. At Dynamic Stem Cell Therapy here in Las Vegas, Nevada, it’s our mission to make sure you get the care that you need in a safe and controlled way.

If you have questions about PRP, stem cells, or stem cell therapy, ask us anything! Dynamic Stem Cell Therapy employs an incredible staff and a compassionate, world-class doctor that can help you find the right path for your personalized treatment. Book a free consultation or contact us today, and we’ll help you discover if stem cell therapy could be the right choice for you.