Adult Stem Cell Therapy for Osteoarthritis & Joint Injuries from a Premier Clinic for Regenerative Medicine
Adult stem cell therapy is an innovative, nonsurgical means of joint pain relief that allows many patients to delay or even eliminate the need for joint surgery. As a leading authority on the use and benefits of adult stem cell treatments and other forms of regenerative medicine, Dr. Dennis Lox is proud to offer this progressive therapy to his patients at Florida Spine and Sports Medicine. He believes in educating his patients about their options for treatment so that they can make informed, confident decisions about their care. With his help, people throughout the nation have found relief from pain and achieved improved mobility with stem cell joint therapy. www.drlox.com
Stem cell therapy for joint injuries, arthritis, and similar conditions involves the use of adult stem cells, not embryonic stem cells, to regenerate tissue in joints that have succumbed to degeneration caused by age, osteoarthritis, injuries, and repetitive stress. Through a process called autologous transplantation, stem cells that are taken from your own body – and processed while you wait – are injected into the joint or tissue that is experiencing pain. This procedure is minimally invasive and can be performed right in the comfort of Dr. Lox’s state-of-the-art clinic.
Adult stem cell therapy for the knee, hip, shoulder, and other areas can reduce inflammation and pain, as well as promote healing and repair. The conditions Dr. Lox treats with adult stem cell therapy include:
- Back and neck pain
- Facet and S/I joint dysfunction
- Knee pain
- Shoulder pain
- Rotator cuff tears
- Impingement syndrome
- Hip pain
- Elbow and/or wrist pain
- Ankle and/or foot pain
- Avascular Necrosis
If you are suffering from joint pain and are ready to explore your options for nonsurgical, regenerative therapy, contact Florida Spine and Sports Medicine today to schedule a consultation with Dr. Lox. He may recommend stem cell therapy alone or in conjunction with other conservative approaches to joint pain relief such as PRP therapy, cortisone injections, or viscosupplementation.