- 90 Morgan St. Suite 203
Stamford, CT 06905
Contact: (203) 325-3055
- Office Hours
Mon: 9:30-1, 3:30-6:30
Wed: 9:30-1, 3:30-6:30
Fri: 9:30-1, 3:30-6:00
Stem cell therapy harnesses your body’s natural healing ability by using stem cells to treat musculoskeletal injuries and conditions like arthritis and soft tissue injuries. In partnership with reputable distributors, we utilize a safe, effective stem cell treatment that replenishes the healing capacity of your joints to facilitate regeneration.
Stem cells are naturally occurring cells in the body that have the potential to turn into other types of cells and body tissues. But they also serve an important signaling functioning, recruiting other stem cells to the target area and triggering nearby cells to begin the repair process.
Conditions which can be treated:
Though you’ll find some sources that claim adult (bone-marrow derived) stem cells are the way to go, the truth is, there are downsides to this method.
As a newborn, one in every ten thousand cells in your body is a stem cell. That number decreases as you age, and by the time you are 30 or 50 years old, the amount of stem cells you have is quite low, in comparison.
We harness the youthful stem cells from umbilical and placental sources, safely and ethically sourced, to heal your joints.
Your health and safety is our number one concern. We work with reputable companies who process their products from donated umbilical cord tissue from full term, healthy deliveries.
Every precaution is taken to eliminate any potential risks and we ensure that the most stringent safety standards are met when it comes to your health.
When compared to other pain relief procedures and regenerative medicine, our stem cell therapy is gentler on the body. The method is non-invasive, as opposed to surgery, and most patients, are surprised at how simple the process is. The stem cell treatment is pain-free.
The first step is always an examination with x-rays so that our doctors can evaluate the condition of the joint. This also serves to determine whether or not you are a candidate for stem cell treatment.
The actual injection takes just a couple of minutes. The full procedure and visit will usually take about half an hour.
Utilizing the most advanced technique for stem cell injection, the doctor will perform what is called a Guided Stem Cell Injection. Guided injection stem cell treatments are done by the doctor using a portable ultrasound machine, positioned to allow the doctor to see the needle as he guides it to the area to be injected.
Yes! We have done hundreds of stem cell injection at our practice with no adverse reactions.
Once the injection is done, you will be back to business as usual! You might experience some slight soreness at the site of the injection, but this can ordinarily be handled with an ice pack.
We ask that you don’t put undue stress on the joint for some time, and also that you do not consume NSAIDS (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as Advil, Motrin, etc) as they destroy stem cells.
Your doctor may also give you stretches and exercises to help the healing of the joint,
If you would like to schedule and appointment or are curious how regenerative medicine can help you please submit the form below. CONTACT US TODAY!