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Does Stem Cell Therapy Really Work?

Does Stem Cell Therapy Really Work?

Stem cell therapy is an innovative treatment that is ever-changing, because stem cells can potentially repair different types of damaged tissue. When stem cells are injected into the body and divide, they can remain as they are, or develop into other cell types. But does stem cell therapy really work.

What is stem cell therapy?

Stem cell therapy is a non-surgical treatment in which stem cells are used to treat specific conditions. Stem cells are unspecialized cells that are capable of differentiating into other cells in the body. They contain growth factors that stimulate the body’s repair processes, thereby allowing the body to heal naturally.

Does stem cell therapy really work?

Yes, stem cell therapy does work. It has been especially beneficial in treating joint pain and back pain.

Patients suffering from degenerative joint disease can get relief using stem cell therapy. Joint disease is usually caused by the breakdown of cartilage cells. Since stem cells have regenerative properties, they accelerate the repair process when injected into the damaged joints, and in so doing they provide pain relief and reduce inflammation. Stem cell therapy also strengthens and stabilizes the structures of the joints, in order to restore motion.

If the joints are extensively damaged, it may require 2-3 treatments to get optimal results, as the ligaments take time to heal.

Stem cell therapy shows great promise for treating many other conditions including hair loss. When used for hair loss, stem cells stimulate the cellular processes that facilitate hair growth.

Would you like to learn more about Stem Cell Injection Therapy? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Campbell, Santa Cruz, or Watsonville, CA areas, Trilogy Medical & Aesthetics is our featured practice.

You can reach them at www.trilogymedical.net, or by calling one of their three locations in Campbell (408) 844-0010, Santa Cruz (831) 600-8117, or Watsonville (831) 724-1164.