Regenerative Medicine is a new and evolving scientific field focused on the repair and regeneration of damaged tissue utilizing stem cells. Stem cell therapy is a ground-breaking regenerative treatment that uses stem cells to help repair the injured, damaged or degenerative cells in your joints and promotes healing.
Stem Cell Therapy takes that natural regenerative power and directs it to the region where your body needs help repairing itself. Several studies have shown that stem cells have the ability to repair damaged bone, cartilage, tendons, skin, muscle and connective cell tissue.
When stem cells are introduced into the body, they work as building blocks for tissue re-growth and increase blood flow to injured areas. They treat painful, damaged or injured, areas and promote healing and growth at a faster rate.
At R3 Stem Cell, we are proud to offer some of the most cutting-edge stem cell treatments in Austin available today. We use a patient’s own stem cells or cells from a donor to help in the healing and regenerating process rapidly.
Our ultra-modern method harvests adult stem cells from the patient’s bone marrow, or from a donor’s placenta.
Is Stem Cell Treatment Safe?
The amniotic and umbilical cord tissues are gotten from healthy, willing donors under the age of 35 and undergoing a scheduled C-section during childbirth. These tissues are acquired, tested, processed and stored to ensure the highest level of patient safety.
This helps eliminate the potential for your immune system to reject the cells and also eliminates the possibility for disease transmission.
How does Stem Cell Therapy work?
When stem cells are injected or infused into an injured or damaged joint/s, they begin to work immediately to repair, restore and regenerate the damaged tissue. These cells integrate themselves into the damaged area and with time begin to improve the strength of the tissue and lessen any pain being caused by the injury.
When do I see results?
Many patients start noticing an improvement in a damaged area as soon few weeks after the treatment and some patients have felt a noticeable decrease in pain as soon as a few days after getting a stem cell treatment.
What Conditions Do Stem Cells Treat?
Our stem cell treatment is used to treat many types of chronic pain and conditions such as:
- Tendonitis – Shoulder, Achilles
- Golfer’s or Tennis Elbow
- Ligament Sprains
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Degenerative Osteoarthrits
- Fractures (e.g. Nonunions)
- Cartilage Defects
- SI Joint Inflammation or Arthritis
- Facet Syndrome
- Degenerative Disc Disease
- Spinal Arthritis
- Hip, Knee, Shoulder Arthritis
- Diabetes Mellitus – Type 1 and 2
- Hepatitis B and C
- Fatty Liver, Liver Insufficiency
- Peripheral Artery Disease
- Headaches & Migraines
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Alzheimer’s Disease
- Post-Stroke Rehabilitation
- Occipital Neuralgia
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Peripheral & Diabetic Neuropathy
- Ischemic Cardiomyopathy
- Refractory Angina
- Stem Cell Facelift
- Stem Cell Hair Restoration
- Stem Cell Facial
- Erectile Dysfunction
Who is a Candidate for a Stem Cell treatment?
While stem cell therapy may be suitable in treating certain conditions, it is not applicable for every condition. It is, however, an excellent option for people suffering from injury, joint problems or pain-related diseases. Good candidates for stem cell treatment are:
- Patients who want to avoid the invasive surgical procedure.
- Patients suffering from bone disease, soft-tissue or injury
- Patients suffering from pain
What is a Stem Cell Procedure?
A stem cell procedure in our center involves the injecting or IV infusion of well harvested and processed amniotic and umbilical cord stem cells into the injury or damaged area of your body. In all, the process takes less than an hour. The procedure is quick, and in some cases can be completed with mild sedation.
Where do amniotic and umbilical cord stem cells come from?
The amniotic and umbilical cord tissues are obtained from healthy, consenting pregnant mothers who are under the age of 35 and scheduled for a C-section.
Will my body reject the stem cells?
No, the amniotic fluid does not have HLA factors in sufficient quantity to cause rejection in the recipient.
How much will it cost?
Since insurance plans do not include stem cell procedures, payment for a stem cell treatment is collected directly from the patient. There are several financing options and payment plans available at our R3 Stem Cell’s Centers so that finances do not get in the way of receiving regenerative treatment. Please contact the doctor for specific cost estimates and payment options.
Our R3 Stem Cell Center in Austin will get you out of pain, improve mobility, and avoid having preventable surgeries.
Visit us at http://www.R3StemCell.com to find out more about stem cell treatment in Austin and call us at (844) GET-STEM Should you need more information.
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