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In this 1-hour workshop: we plan on teaching you about how stem cell therapy effectively reduces and potentially eliminates arthritis pain.
At Arizona Stem Cell Therapy Clinic, we know that chronic arthritis and joint pain can be debilitating and have a negative effect on your daily life. You should be able to take a walk in the park or have a good night’s rest without having to deal with awful pain.
Arthritis pain occurs when different parts of the body become inflamed and begin to slowly degrade. The Arthritis Foundation reports that over 50 million Americans have arthritis, making it the most common cause of disability in the nation. This numbers are growing every year and the first step we can take to conquer this debilitating condition is learning about it and knowing that there is help out there for you. Stem cell therapy is a non-invasive option to eradicate arthritis and an excellent choice towards the journey to eliminate the pain and deterioration cause by arthritis.
Depending on your condition, stem cells can potentially help with:
- Chronic Joint Pain
- Low Back Pain
- Herniated Disks
- Carpal Tunnel
- ACL Tears
- Elbow/Ankle Pain
- Spinal Cord Injuries
- Rotator Cuff Injuries
*Disclaimer: Results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person.
Stem Cells Are Safe
“Stem cells are promising candidates for the regeneration of tissue and organ systems. Stem cells are generally defined as highly chlorogenic cells capable of both self-renewal and multilineage differentiation. During embryonic development, in a cascade of hierarchical events that remains to be elucidated, stem cells from the blastocyst give rise to cell progenies that become progressively restricted in their differentiation potential to eventually generate the specialized cells of the mature tissues.” - American College of Rheumatology
This workshop is made to answer questions you might have about stem cells:
- What are they?
- Are they safe?
- What types of stem cell therapies are available
- What does the FDA say about stem cells
- Will stem cells replace surgery?
Stem cell therapy is still something new to the medical world. The main intention for research on stem cells is the find a new way to treat pain. Powerful drugs are often the first thing prescribed to patients experiencing pain and, in reality, they merely temporarily fix the issue instead of treating it. At out workshop, you will be able to learn how stem cells can work to lessen pain, mend tissue, and restore joints.
So, come to our FREE workshop in Surprise to further learn about how we can help you get back to living a regular and active life. Give Arizona Stem Cell Therapy Clinic a call at (623) 777-7819 or fill out the form on this page to reserve your seat and take the first step to find out how people are living normal, fulfilling and active lives.
Ligament and Cartilage Injuries
Regenerative Medicine for Ligament and Cartilage Injuries
Knee joints rely on ligaments and cartilage for stability and cushion between bones in knee joints. Unfortunately, the ligaments and cartilage in the knees are easy to injure. For instance, a direct blow to the knees or changing direction rapidly may cause an injury to any of the ligaments in the knees. Cartilage injuries such as a torn meniscus commonly occur to athletes in high-impact sports. Although ligament injuries are commonly seen as a result of athletic activities, they are typically restricted to more active individuals. Cartilage injuries, on the other hand, can occur to both older and younger people. Regenerative Medicine can help treat injuries to both knee cartilage and knee ligaments.
Unfortunately, most people are told that prescription drugs, steroid injections, or surgery are the only ways that they will find pain relief. Today, advancements in technology have allowed us to use this non-surgical method to reduce inflammation from injuries and repair ligaments and cartilage that has been torn. Regenerative medicine takes cells with high concentrations of healing and growth factors from a patient's body and redistributes them into the injured area to support regeneration. Regenerative Medicine can be done quickly in the office to help your body heal from most tissue injuries you may be suffering from.