How Stem Cell Recruitment Therapy Works
Stem cell recruitment therapy is a type of regenerative therapy that uses responsibly sourced amniotic fluid to improve your body’s natural healing process. Amniotic fluid contains a high concentration of rich growth factors that direct cells to regenerate and rebuild tissue.
When the amniotic fluid is injected into the area that is causing pain, its growth factors accelerate the healing process and ease pain. These injections also contain hyaluronic acid, which lubricates joints and tendons, making this an ideal treatment for joint pain or injuries.
Benefits of Stem Cell Recruitment Therapy
Stem Cell Recruitment Therapy Successfully Treats Many Different Conditions
Stem cell recruitment therapy is used to treat a wide range of conditions, such as:
- Back pain
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Degenerative disc disease
- Foot ulcers
- Gum recession
- Herniated, torn, or bulging disc
- Plantar fasciitis
- Rotator cuff tear
- Sacroiliac joint injury
- Tennis and golfer’s elbow
- Torn meniscus
Stem cell recruitment therapy has also been used for cosmetic treatments, like facials, as well.
Stem Cell Recruitment Therapy Provides Long-Lasting, Drug-Free Pain Relief
Anti-inflammatory medications and steroids like cortisone offer temporary relief for a few hours or a day or so at a time — and sometimes with annoying side effects. And when it comes to surgery, you may be prescribed expensive and potentially addictive painkillers.
Stem cell recruitment therapy involves a single injection of amniotic fluid in the afflicted area, and that’s it. There is no surgery or painkillers required — just 15 minutes of your day and nothing more.
Stem Cell Recruitment Therapy Requires Minimal Recovery Time
Stem cell recruitment therapy requires 15 minutes of your time for one simple in-office procedure. Then you can go back home or to work after the injection. You should take it a little easy for the first couple of days when it comes to high-impact activities. High-impact activities aside, you can go about your day without having to worry about making your injury worse or figuring out when you’d need to take ibuprofen or aspirin to relieve the pain.
Most stem cell recruitment therapy patients experience the treatment’s full effects within 3 to 4 months after the procedure.
Stem Cell Recruitment Therapy is Covered by Medicare
While some regenerative therapies are not covered by insurance companies, stem cell recruitment therapy is covered by Medicare and certain commercial health insurance companies. This makes it an even more affordable and accessible option compared to other regenerative therapies that are not covered by health insurance companies.
Book Your Stem Cell Recruitment Therapy Appointment
Contact Memphis Regenerative Healthcare today to schedule your first consultation or to request more information about stem cell recruitment therapy. We look forward to hearing from you soon!