Relieve Chronic Joint Pain with Stem Cell Therapy
Having chronic joint pain can be quite debilitating for many people. Causes of joint pain range from physical injury to osteoarthritis of the knees, hands, hips, shoulders and neck. Regardless of the root cause, sufferers can often be left with a chronic condition that adversely affects their overall quality of daily life.
Sure, home remedies exist for dealing with chronic joint pain. In fact, WebMD recommends the following at-home methods for mitigating and controlling it: rest/immobility, hot/cold compresses, stretching, exercising and improving posture. For people with chronic joint pain, medication and, sometimes, even surgery tend to be the go-to built-in medical responses for long-term pain management and/or possible solutions. However, before relying on potentially habit-forming painkillers, or opting for risky surgeries with no guarantee of success, why not try stem cell therapy?
If you’re suffering from joint pain, the natural treatment option of stem cell therapy deserves your attention. Jodi Killilea, iMed Regeneration Center’s Medical Director and board-certified Nurse Practitioner, has been treating patients experiencing chronic joint pain using stem cell therapy for about a year with great results.
What to Expect
Together as a team, Killilea and Dr. Jason Keller D.C., iMed’s Clinic Director, have helped hundreds of patients achieve successful results.
In fact, Dr. Keller stated, “Most of them are pain-free.”
How long can patients expect to wait before experiencing these results? In most cases, “relief is noticeable within the first four weeks,” added Dr. Keller.
How it Works
Stem cells are produced by the human body to replace damaged cells. As we age, we produce fewer and fewer stem cells making us susceptible to injury or other ailments where healing is problematic. The older we get, the more prone we are to suffering from chronic pain for a variety of reasons.
Stem cell therapy includes injecting stem cells directly into the damaged areas of the body causing pain. The stem cells seek the areas of inflammation in the body and promote the generation of new tissue. According to the Mayo clinic, “No other cell in the body has the natural ability to generate new cell types like stem cells.”
What to Do
iMed Regeneration Center is on the cutting edge of stem cell therapy. If you are looking for a natural solution to manage your chronic pain, one with relatively few side effects, the staff at iMed Regeneration Center can help.
To learn more about stem cell therapy and tackling chronic pain without the need for medication or surgery, call iMed Regeneration Center at 719-593-7836 or visit https://imedregeneration.com.
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