Stem Cell Therapy In Charlotte, NC
Revitalize Your Kidney Health with Placental MSC Therapy
We understand how challenging it can be to find effective treatments for kidney failure. That's why we're here to share with you how stem cell therapy can help.
What is Stem Cell Therapy?
Stem cell therapy is a minimally-invasive treatment that uses mesenchymal placental derived stem cells (stem cells derived from healthy placental tissue) to repair damaged tissues and organs. Stem cells have the unique ability to differentiate into specialized cells and tissues, making them a promising treatment option for a wide range of conditions including kidney failure.
How Can Stem Cells Help Treat Kidney Failure?
Stem cells have been shown to regenerate damaged kidney tissues, improve kidney function, and reduce inflammation (see study). They can also potentially help reduce weight gain between dialysis sessions, help increase urination volume or delay the need for kidney transplantation Those are often the only options available for patients with kidney failure.
While stem cell therapy is still an emerging field, the potential benefits for treating kidney failure are promising. However, it's important to note that stem cell therapy is not a cure and results may vary depending on the individual patient's condition.
At our clinic, we offer personalized stem cell therapy treatments for patients with kidney failure. Our team of experienced medical professionals will work with you to create a customized treatment plan based on your individual needs and medical history.
We are committed to providing safe and effective treatments for our patients and we follow strict guidelines and protocols to ensure the highest level of care.
If you're interested in learning more about how stem cell therapy can help treat kidney failure, we encourage you to contact us to schedule a consultation. We are here to answer any questions you may have and help you make an informed decision about your treatment options.
Note: It's important to always be transparent and honest when promoting any medical treatment or procedure. Making false claims can be harmful to patients and can damage the reputation of the medical community as a whole.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How is cellular therapy used in joint regeneration and tissue/ligament repair?
A rich mixture of human cell and tissue products including mesenchymal stem cells, exosomes, growth factors, and cytokines are injected into the damaged joint or area of tissue damage. These cells and their byproducts initiate a biological cascade that repairs and regenerates damaged tissue. We administer several patient specific cellular and acellular therapies to alleviate pain in damaged or weakened joints.
How is it regulated in the U.S.?
The United States Food and Drug Administration carefully oversees and regulates all US based laboratories.
Who is a candidate for stem cell treatment?
Those seeking to repair damaged soft tissue, ligaments, and other joint supporting tissue as well as avoiding unnecessary, invasive surgeries.
Are patients awake during the cellular injection procedure?
Yes. Because it is an injection, the patient remains awake for the procedure which is conducted by a licensed medical professional.
Is the procedure painful?
The vast majority of patients feel only a bit of pressure during the procedure. In cases where the patient may feel discomfort, the medical provider takes care to numb the surface of the skin.
How long does the procedure take?
The whole medical procedure, including preparation of the area, injection, clean up and bandaging takes from 20-40 minutes depending on the size and location of the joint being treated.
How long is the recovery from the procedure?
If a patient is able to walk into the office for treatment, they can walk out and even drive themselves home. The patient may notice a feeling of tenderness in the area of treatment in the following 1-2 days. The patient may be asked to temporarily reduce or eliminate weight-bearing or jarring-impact activities to speed healing.
How long before my joint is healed?
This depends on the severity of damage to the area treated and patient adherence to Doctor recommended post-procedure protocols. In our observation, some patients experience substantial pain relief in two to six weeks, while for others it may take several months to experience the full benefit.
How many treatments are required?
The vast majority of patients need only one treatment to the affected area. Additional treatment to a joint is extremely rare.
What joints can be treated?
Any joint below the neck can be treated with cellular therapies.
Do you treat areas with prosthetic joints or surgical “hardware”?
As a general rule we do not administer cellular therapies in areas where surgical bone fusions or joint replacements have been completed or in areas where medical “hardware” has been installed. Tissue outside these areas can sometimes be treated.
Why do patients chose stem cell therapy over joint surgery?
Cellular therapies have been shown to be an affordable and effective means of repairing damaged tissue and holding off or eliminating painful surgeries. It is a simple procedure, unlike joint replacement surgery. Of greater significance is that joint replacement surgery is by no means problem-free. Mis-alignment of joints, failed prosthetics, fractionally shorter/longer legs, not to mention surgery-related complications and infections that can possibly result in death.
Is the treatment safe and effective, are there side effects?
The treatment is safe with no known side effects. Patients report increased range of motion, reduction and elimination of pain, and return to sports, walking, climbing stairs, etc.