Many of our patients have found great results with only one regenerative medicine allograft injection. However we find patients with severe degeneration in their joints respond better to regenerative medicine when used as more of a therapy rather than a one-time treatment. Patients who have end-stage osteoarthritis, joints that are very thin or bone-on-bone can take up to a year or longer to change this process and regain function again. Using multiple regenerative medicine injections over a period of time provides boosts of healing as each layer is applied. Combined with rehabilitative physical therapy, we have seen many joints (ready for surgery), not only improve joint space but become strong and stable again.
Stem cell recruitment therapy is a type of tissue allograft derived from amniotic fluid. It contains strong growth factors that help signal cells to regenerate tissue and rebuild the body. While cortisone and other drugs only provide temporary pain relief, stem cell recruitment therapy actually helps restore degenerated tissue while also providing pain relief for even the most damaged joints. At Solutions, we routinely treat patients with bone-on-bone joints and see the best results with stem cell recruitment therapy programs. All of the programs we offer are tailored specifically to the individual and always include the latest regenerative medicine technologies. If you have chronic joint pain, arthritis or bone-on-bone degeneration in your joints, contact us for more information about stem cell recruitment therapy.