Stem Cell Therapy

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Topic Title: Stem Cell Therapy
Created On: 03/01/2011 02:59 PM

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 03/01/2011 02:59 PM

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"One of the new, drug-free ways of treating arthritis pain involves the use of stem cells. Dr. Mark Flood and the team at Celling Treatment Centers harvest some of the patient’s own stem cells, process them in their state-of-the-art laboratory, and then inject them into the affected joints in a procedure known as arthrocentesis. The patient receives light sedation and local anesthesia for the first part of the therapy, and typically needs just one outpatient session to see results. Any recurring pain can be managed with repeat treatments, however.

Stem cells have an inherent ability to home in on inflamed tissues and produce anti-inflammatory agents that help reverse the destructive process and allow the damaged cartilage and other tissues to regenerate. As a result, the patient should experience significantarthritis pain relief, increased mobility and, in many instances, a whole new lease on life. For fast and largely painless joint pain procedures that really work, Celling Treatment Centers is the medical facility of choice."


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