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Stem Cell Therapy for Pelvic Pain


Pelvic pain is experienced at the bottom of the abdomen and pelvis. Typical symptoms of pelvic pain include dull or sharp pain that may radiate out towards the lower back, buttocks or thighs. Pelvic pain may be acute—sudden, sharp and brief—or chronic, lasting over several months on an intermittent basis. It may also be felt specifically during urination or sexual activity.Stem Cells for Pelvic Pain

Causes of pelvic pain include digestive, reproductive or urinary disorders. Chronic form of pelvic pain is generally associated with muscle or connective tissue problems, or nerve irritations. Typical causes of pelvic pain in women are adenomyosis, endometriosis, menstruation, ectopic pregnancy, ovarian cancer, ovarian cysts, pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), uterine fibroids and vulvodynia.

Other causes of pelvic pain in both sexes can originate from appendicitis, colon cancer, constipation, Crohn’s disease, diverticulitis, fibromyalgia, inguinal hernia, interstitial cystitis, irritable bowel syndrome, kidney stones, prostatitis, ulcerative colitis and urinary tract infection.

To determine the exact cause of pelvic pain, one may have to undergo several medical tests.

Management                     

Treatment options for pelvic pain depend upon the causative factors. Self-care measures for pelvic pain include rest, ice application and exercises. To control the pain, oral or injectable pain medications may be used; alternatively, muscle relaxants and antidepressants may help for the same.

Hormone treatment, such as birth control pills, gonadotropin-releasing hormone drugs, or progestin-releasing intrauterine devices, may be necessary to alleviate symptoms associated with female Stem Cell Therapy for Pelvic Painreproductive disorders. Physical therapy may benefit pelvic pain suffers by improving muscle strength and joint flexibility. Electrical stimulation therapy can help strengthen weak muscles; and biofeedback can provide relaxation to hyperactive muscles.

Patients, who do not respond to conservative treatment, may require surgery for pelvic pain. Surgery can be performed to remove female reproductive tract abnormalities, such as adhesions and fibroids. Moreover, surgery can be aimed to interrupt with nerve signals for pain.

Stem Cell Therapy

The statistics for women with pelvic pain is quite significant. As much as 15% of women between ages of 15 and 50 years in the US experience chronic pelvic pain; half of these individuals feel depressed and less active. More than 60% of chronic pelvic pain have no known causes.

Patients, who do not respond well to conservative treatment for persistent pelvic pain, may benefit from stem cell therapy. Stem cells are primitive cells that can undergo differentiation to form different types of cells in the body, such as bone, blood, cartilage, tendon, ligaments, etc.

These cells are responsible for healing tissue damages by generating new healthy cells. However, with age, the body loses its ability to attract enough stem cells to the site of injury. In this regard, stem cell therapy delivers a high concentration of stem cells to the affected area to promote natural healing.

Stem cells are now recognized as important treatment agents for controlling chronic pain disorders. In addition to stimulating repair and regeneration at the damaged tissue, stem cells secrete various anti-inflammatory factors that can control painful inflammation.

There have two groundbreaking studies looking at stem cell treatments for pelvic pain. The specifics of those studies are described HERE and the outcomes were exceptional! R3 currently offers amniotic stem cell therapy at a flagship location in the Phoenix metro area.

Another promising therapy for chronic pain is platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy. The concentrated platelet mixture is obtained by concentrating the patient’s blood sample. Platelets are known to secreStem Cells for Spinal Discte growth factors and healing factors as well as recruit stem cells to the site of injury to promote tissue healing and regeneration.

Unlike steroid injections and surgery, which are associated with side effects and further weakening of tissue structures, stem cell therapy and PRP therapy are well-tolerated in patients. Moreover, unlike other interventions that only control pain symptoms, stem cell therapy and PRP therapy alleviate pain as well promote healing. Therefore, the effects of such treatment are long lasting.


Contact R3 Stem Cell Clinics for assistance with pelvic pain, and to learn more about this cutting-edge technology.

Visit our website dedicated to STEM CELL THERAPY FOR NEUROPATHY.

Locate an R3 Stem Cell location close to you, call (844) GET-STEM!


References

  1. McJunkin T, Lynch P, Deer TR, Anderson J, Desai R. Regenerative medicine in pain management. Pain Medicine News Spec. 2012:35-38.
  2. Nguyen R, Borg-Stein J, McInnis K. Applications of platelet-rich plasma in musculoskeletal and sports medicine: A evidence-based approach. PM&R. 2011:3(3):226-250.

Amniotic Stem Cell Treatment

All types of regenerative stem cell injection treatments are being evaluated including platelet rich plasma therapy, bone marrow derived stem cell injections, amniotic derived stem cell activator injections and fat derived stem cell treatments.

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Nonoperative Options

With a third of the US suffering from chronic pain, and over a milion each year
undergoing joint replacements in the US, stem cell therapy has a large target audience.
Whether you have a stem cell procedure to get back into sports, avoid hip or knee
replacement or avoid back surgery, regenerative medicine can help!


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Corporate Address: R3 Stem Cell
R3 Stem Cell, LLC
32531 N Scottsdale
Ste 105-559
Scottsdale AZ 85266

Email: info@r3stemcell.com
Phone: (844) GET-STEM
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