Adult Stem Cell Therapy – Ostheoarthritis – Anti-Aging Treatments
Osteoarthritis is a painful condition of the joints which often limits mobility. Usually seen in older individuals, but not entirely uncommon in younger patients, osteoarthritis can lead to malformed joints. Which simply means an inability to perform or enjoy everyday tasks and even disability. Though Dr. Slater makes no promises when it comes to Adult Stem Cell Therapy, positive feedback has been reported back from patients that received the treatment for Anti-Aging. Dr. Slater follows strict medical protocol and does not treat patients that have or had cancer of any kind.
LIVE WELL – FEEL VITAL – ENJOY LIFE
Adult Stem Cells have shown to improve Osteoarthritis
Autologous Adipose-Derived Stem Cells
Adult Stem Cells that are extracted from the patient’s own fat and re-injected into areas of complaint are a novel therapy for patients with osteoarthritis. By injecting these stem cells into affected joints, the cells may help to reduce inflammation or promote growth of new tissue. Adult Stem Cells allow a patient-derived cell transplantation involving cell delivery to the patient. The therapy is composed of cells derived from a patient’s own adipose tissue. It is designed to reduce inflammation and promote new tissue growth. Cell therapy is not intended as a temporary solution; instead as an alternative therapy. We cannot guarantee results and results are dependent on the patient’s own un-altered stem cells. Results are never guaranteed and vary from patient to patient.
Recent treatments have demonstrated that there is a natural but clinically inefficient adult stem cell based repair process that attempts to repair the joints following injury. Osteoarthritis is chronic and therefore must be treated to minimize pain. Why not try an alternative method.
Multiple groups have demonstrated that Adult Stem Cell Therapy can increase tissue perfusion and limit ischemic tissue damage in several circumstance. Recently, it has been found that Adult Stem Cells are primarily located in the walls of adipose microvasculature. If you are interested in finding out more about Adult Stem Cell Therapy or PRP Therapy, schedule your appointment with Dr. Slater.