Knees and spine stem cells therapy.

Stem cell therapy for knees is minimally invasive. It’s a procedure that can decrease inflammation, slow and repair all these forms of damage from arthritis
Most patients feel no improvement for at least 3 weeks and possible 6-8 weeks. Once you feel improvement, you will notice continued improvement expanding over 6 months.  There may be some mild soreness in the joint for up to a week after the injection. Heavy exertion should be avoided during this period. Anti-inflammatory products such as aspirin, motrin, advil, Aleve should be avoided for the first 2 weeks as it can adversely affect the stem cell function. Taking Tylenol is ok.

Stem cells have been shown in many studies  o have the power to grow cartilage  and regenerate damages tissues in certain types of procedures, micro fractures, and tibial osteotomies.
Stem cells  treat  osteoarthritis and rebuild a damaged joint. The patients who report the treatment works tend to be those who have improved symptoms, especially pain relief.


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