Every now and then there is a shake up in the medical world. Something new and exciting comes along and you can see and feel the ripples from all across the world. The latest breakthrough to hit the medical fraternity is stem cell therapy. It has far and wide reaching implications for everyone interested in the latest procedures. The excitement is not without just cause in the medical fraternity as every day new uses, from head to toe for the application are being tried with very promising results.
The application and use stem cell therapy is relatively new and as such, a lot of major studies have not yet been done especially as it relates to cosmetic procedures. There have been studies that have concluded recently and others ongoing that have yielded positive response. Greater than that is the effect of word of mouth as success stories continue to spread about the results being achieved. The regenerative healing properties of stem cells cannot be underestimated. It is a very simple process to take blood from a patient and remove the stem cells by using a centrifugal system to separate the stem cells.
Stems cells can most simply be described as the building blocks of the human body.
What is interesting about them and makes them so attractive and useful in so many different applications all over the body, from head to toe, is that they can generate if given the right environment. This uncanny ability makes them the obvious choice for tasks such as restoration, recovery and tissue repair. It is an all natural process that utilizes only the stem cells from your body and so there are no harmful chemicals or products that can cause unwanted side effects. The healing and regenerative capacity of stem cells has been used in medicine, especially sports medicine to treat soft tissue injuries with much success and has now been introduced in the cosmetic industry with very promising results.
Stem cell therapy has been used in medicine to treat medical conditions and chronic illnesses such as Alzheimer’s, and orthopedic conditions, research is also underway to look at its application in treating conditions such as Parkinson’s, heart disease, diabetes and spinal cord injuries.
Shoulder Injuries- Tendonitis, rotator cuff, shoulder arthritis, joint dysfunction
Spinal Injuries- Herniated disc, neck or head pain,joint pain
Hip- Arthritis in the hips
Foot & ankle- Achilles tendonitis, lower leg pain.
Hand & Wrist- Wrist and thumb sprains. Arthritis in the fingers
Elbow- Torn ligaments, Torn tendons
Stem Cell Therapy has come a far way and yet it still has a far way to go as the sky’s the limit as to what new areas science will find to apply this revolutionary PRP therapy to. For now, be content with the wide array of services being offered and take advantage of Stem Cell Therapy from head to toe.