🔬What is the main purpose of stem cells?
Stem cells are have the potential to develop into many different types of cells in the body. They serve as a repair system for the body. MSC’s or Mesenchymal Stem Cells have the ability to sense areas of damage and then, in effect, rebuild the area by copying or replicating the damaged cells and thus repair the damage.
🔬What is the success rate of stem cell therapy?
The popularity of stem cell treatments has significantly increased, thanks to its high effectiveness and recorded success rates of up to 80%. It is a modern type of regenerative medical treatment that uses unique biological components.
**IMPORTANT** Every case is unique and individual. Results can vary case to case.
🔬Does stem cell therapy work for joint pain?
The stem cells seek out damaged cells and initiate or stimulate the area to regrow healthy tissue (or bone) kick starting your joints to heal. Patients have reported that osteoarthritis, tendonitis, and muscle and soft tissue pain has eased or disappeared after stem cell therapy.
🔬How Long Does Stem Cell Therapy Last?
After a stem cell therapy procedure, the stem cells injected into the patient will continue to repair in the target area for up to one year with improvement in pain, function, and mobility possibly lasting years.
🔬How long does it take for stem cell therapy to start working?
Stem Cell Therapy can work in as little as 2 to 12 weeks but, again, every case will differ in the rate of response. However, under optimal conditions, a stem cell therapy for one of these types of disorders can work in as little as 5 days but usually takes 2 to 12 weeks to take effect.