Our bodies have an amazing ability to heal themselves. But as age and injury start to take their tolls on us, this ability can diminish. Regenerative medicine through Stem Cell Therapy may boost this healing ability and help you return to the activities you love.
Adult stem cells were discovered when researchers found that cells derived from bone marrow had the ability to form various tissues. Laboratory and clinical research has shown that it may be possible to use adult stem cells to restore lost, damaged or aging cells to effectively regenerate tissue and potentially provide an alternative to surgery.
Stem cells are the building blocks and healing agents that reside in your body – blood, tissue, muscle, and bones – that have been helping you grow, heal, and develop since you were born. Regenerative therapy at Colorado Pain Care uses stem cell treatments as a natural way to potentially resume and enhance your body’s self-healing power.
Stem Cells are the seeds that grow into new muscle, tendon, ligament, cartilage and bone. These primitive cells are stored in our bodies in several places but they are very rich and easily accessible in bone marrow. In the case of PRP-Therapy, a few local stem cells can be triggered to help rebuild damaged tissue and more may trickle in over time. When Stem cells are actively harvested from bone marrow, concentrated in a centrifuge and mixed with a PRP injection, the results can be much more profound. This is because many thousands more cells are directly introduced to the injured area which can result in much faster and more extensive repair.
Colorado Pain Practice, LLC (Colorado Pain Care) cannot guarantee any results of stem cell or regenerative therapy. Colorado Pain Care is not offering stem cell therapy or any other regenerative therapies as a cure for any condition, disease, or injury. No statements or implied treatments made in these materials or otherwise discussed with respect to stem cell or regenerative therapy have been approved or disapproved by the FDA. Colorado Pain Care does not claim that any applications or potential applications using stem cells or regenerative therapy are approved by the FDA or are even effective. Colorado Pain Care does not claim that these treatments work by an listed or unlisted condition, intended or implied. Colorado Pain Care strongly encourages all potential patients to talk with their doctor and do their own research based on the options presented in order to make a fully informed decision before choosing to move forward with considering stem cell or regenerative therapies. All statements provided in these specific materials are for educational and informational purposes only and do not constitute medical advice