What is cell therapy?
Cell Therapy is the use of unspecialized cells or blank cells in your body. When needed, these body’s cells divide and differentiate into specialized cells, such as muscle, bone, or brain cells, to repair or replace damaged or diseased cells.
When it comes to health and medicine, cell therapy may hold the answers to treating and curing chronic health conditions such as heart disease, Parkinson’s disease, or type 1 diabetes. Currently, pain management physicians like Dr. Sarij uses cell therapy to support your body’s healing powers to alleviate acute and chronic pain conditions.
What is cell therapy?
Cell therapy is a form of regenerative medicine, which is a new area of medical care focused on treatments that support your body’s regenerative healing powers. During cell therapy, Dr. Sarij extracts these blank cells from your own body and injects them directly into the ill, debilitated, or wounded tissue to initiate and accelerate the repair process.
Am I a good candidate for cell therapy?
Dr. Sarij determines if you’re a good candidate for cell therapy during your pain management consultation. Though these cells may support the healing of your diseased or damaged tissue, Dr. Sarij may suggest other pain management treatments before recommending cell therapy.
If conservative methods fail to alleviate your pain and restore normal function, he may recommend adding cell therapy to your treatment plan. At Integrated Spine And Pain Care, he uses cell therapy to help those suffering from:
- Knee pain
- Meniscus tears
- Hip arthritis
- Labral tears
- Shoulder pain
- Chronic neck and back pain
- Torn rotator cuff
- Wrist and elbow pain
- Ankle and foot pain
- Non-healing fracture
To see if you’re a good candidate for cell therapy, contact Integrated Spine And Pain Care today.
Can cell therapy help my back pain?
Scientists and doctors have only just started to tap into the many potential uses for cell therapy. In addition to alleviating many chronic pain conditions, cell therapy may also benefit those suffering from chronic back pain caused by degenerative disc disease.
When injected into your intervertebral disc, the cells cause an anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory effect. The effect of your cell therapy not only eases your back pain but may also slow down the degenerative process of the chronic and progressive back condition.
For comprehensive care for your pain conditions from a top doctor and medical team, contact Integrated Spine And Pain Care by calling the office or booking an appointment online today.