How is stem cell therapy used in orthopedic care?

How is stem cell therapy used in orthopedic care?

Dr. Jeffrey James discusses stem cell therapy and orthopedic care. Click play to watch the video or read the transcript.

How is stem cell therapy used in orthopedic care?

Stem cell therapy is a type of regenerative injection where we use the body's own stem cells and the capabilities that they have as far as natural healing and regenerative ability to heal your body's injured structures.

In orthopedic care, for anyone with arthritis, chronic tendon injuries, ligament injuries, muscle tears, we use the stem cells as an injection into those injured areas to use the body's natural healing ability to heal the injured areas.

 

Stem cell therapy is used in orthopedic care, Premier Physician Network (PPN) physicians say, for anyone with arthritis, chronic tendon injuries, ligament injuries, muscle tears and more. 

With this type of regenerative injection, the body’s own cells are injected into areas to help the body use its own natural healing process.

Talk to your doctor for more information about how stem cell therapy is used in orthopedic care.

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