Soft tissue damage can bring excruciating pain with no visible indicants. Because it cannot be seen, it can be difficult to treat soft tissue injuries or even achieve some relief for the pain. The exciting new use of stem cell therapy for orthopedic issues has been scientifically researched and found to be a safe non-invasive, non-surgical and natural method of healing soft tissue. Here at Phoenix Regenerative Medicine, we encourage you to learn more about this revolutionary method.
What is Soft Tissue Damage?
In human anatomy, soft tissue is the tissue that connects, supports, and surrounds the bone and the other major organs. There are four fundamental categories of soft tissue: epithelial, muscular, nerve and connective tissues, which include tendons, ligaments, fascia, skin, fibrous tissues, fat, membranes, connective tissue, muscles, nerves, and blood vessels. These areas have been researched extensively using stem cell therapy, and there has been proven success in healing soft tissue damage that causes extreme pain and even disability.
Stem Cell Therapy as a Solution for Soft Tissue Pain?
There is a large amount of soft tissue in the body with many injuries related to it including sprains, strains, repetitive stress injury, carpal tunnel syndrome, and others. Stem cell therapy offers a natural way to address the pain, especially chronic pain, using no surgery or chemicals. Stem cells treat the area from the inside, and stem cell therapy has been used in hospitals for complicated surgeries for decades.
How Does Stem Cell Therapy Work?
Stem cells are taken from another area of your body, put in a centrifuge to separate them from the other cells, and then injected directly into the area where you have the most pain. After being injected, the uncoded stem cells begin to serve in whatever way the area requires. The stem cells replicate and then multiply to replace what has been lost or affected, and the area begins to heal. Swelling and pain are signs of inflammation, and inflammation produces signs such as swelling, redness, and pain. In a matter of weeks, there is enough new cellular growth that the recipient begins to feel less pain. The multiplication process will continue at an accelerated rate for up to eight months replacing and regenerating new cells.
Get In Touch with Us for More Information
If you are suffering from trauma in any area of soft tissue in your body, stem cell therapy may be the answer to decreasing your pain. To find out more about this incredible, natural treatment, reach out and make an appointment with Phoenix Regenerative Medicine. At our office in Phoenix, AZ, our doctors will discuss the situation and determine if you’d be a good candidate for stem cell therapy. It is our hope and desire to help our patients get the best treatment that will allow them to live their best life! Contact us today to set up your consultation – we look forward to speaking with you!