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Stem Cell Therapy for Knees in Michigan

Stem Cell Therapy for Knees in Michigan

Arthritis can develop when the cartilage that lines the joints begins to deteriorate, causing pain and limited function. Osteoarthritis is common, a major cause of disability in this country. Stem cell therapy for knees has been subject of many promising studies in recent years. Now it’s finally getting the attention it deserves.

Did you know that 600,000 knee replacements done annually in the U.S., and that the number is only expected to climb to three million by 2030? Currently, the traditional method to repair knees is surgery with (often times) highly addictive medication. It’s time to try something less invasive: stem cell therapy for knees. This can reduce pain and repair cartilage. Not only do patients improve their quality of life, they can avoid surgery, as well as the downtime and addictive medication that comes with it.

Adult stem cells maintain and heal tissues through the replenishment of damaged and dying cells. Stem cells don’t work as well as they should because blood supply is limited in the knee.  Our stem cell injections come in initiate the self-recovery process. Interested in knowing more about stem cell therapy for knees in Michigan?

Call the Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine now a(248) 216-1008 for a consult on stem cell therapy for knees in Michigan.

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Treatable Conditions with Stem Cell Therapy

As a leader within the regenerative medicine community, it’s our job to treat people who suffer from pain on a daily basis – in non-invasive ways for long-term success. We are tired of seeing the medical community using so-called Band-Aid fixes to pain, particularly when it comes to knees. We encourage our patients to seek relief outside traditional treatments like surgery and pain medicine to better solve their orthopedic and musculo-skeletal conditions.

If you have been told over and over again that these conditions can only be successfully treated with surgery, cortisone shots and medication (which can be very addictive), it’s time to try something else: stem cell therapy for knees in Michigan.

Stem cell therapy for knees is ideal for knees and many other painful and chronic conditions, such as:

  • Osteoarthritis of All Joints
  • Rotator Cuff Injuries
  • Labral Tears: Hip or Shoulder
  • Spinal Facet Joint Syndromes
  • Tendonitis
  • Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Disorders
  • Bursitis
  • Spinal Disc Herniations
  • “Whip-lash” neck pain
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Avascular Necrosis
  • Non-Union Fractures

The Procedure

This painless procedure involves harvesting cells and isolating them in a lab with a centrifuge to ensure a very high concentration of cells. We put those stem cells in a syringe and re-introduce them into the targeted tissue.

When performing cell therapy for knees in Michigan, we harvest cells from either fat or bone marrow. We take many factors into consideration when selecting which to use. We typically utilize bone marrow stores because:

  • They work best for the types of conditions we treat.
  • The FDA imposes restrictions on the techniques used for isolating fat cells; because we practice within full compliance of the FDA, we only use bone marrow aspiration procedures.
Certified Advanced Hip Orthobiologic Core Injection Skills
Certified Intermediate Spine Orthobiologic Injections
Certified Advanced Knee Orthobiologic Core Injection Skills
APCA Registered in Musculoskeletal Sonography

Stem cells are the best healing cells we have in our bodies. They’re typically found in two main places in our blood stream: bone marrow and fat. The concept is simple: we find the cells, concentrate them in a syringe, and inject them in the exact area of pain.

What We Do for You

Our stem cell therapy procedures are done under either x-ray or ultrasound to ensure precision and location of stem cell delivery. You can expect the process to take about two hours from start to finish. Most procedures are performed using only local anesthetic such as lidocaine; however, in some cases, we will use IV sedation if necessary.

Dr. Thomas S. Nabity, Jr. will discuss the process with you and answer all your questions in a comfortable environment. Board-certified in physical medicine, rehab and pain medicine, Dr. Nabity leads our team in this cutting-edge procedure.

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