What Causes Joint Pain And
What Can We Do?
Your joints are some of the most overworked parts of your body. They are regularly exposed to friction and, as a result, are most susceptible to tears and damage. Injury or disease of the joints can lead to joint inflammation or infection. Usually, joint pain is one of the most marked symptoms of damage to the joint, and this pain can be quite debilitating. However, there is a Las Vegas Autologous therapy for joints.
While pharmaceutical drugs and surgery do help, they’re not ideal for the body. A more friendly approach involves non-surgical treatments to ensure that your joints don’t experience any unnecessary chemicals or surgical stress. This is where stem cell therapy for joint pain comes in.
At CellSpark Centers, we are a highly-reputed stem cell treatment facility in Henderson, Nevada. Our Medical Director and founder, Dr. Alex Spinoso, MD, has extensive experience in providing Autologous treatments for joint pain. Contact us for more information about the procedure.
How Does Autologous Treatment
Reduce Joint Pain?
Medical conditions like arthritis, bursitis, metabolic bone disease, gout, bone cancer, spondyloarthritis, and lupus can damage the joints severely. When the joints are almost worn-out, the bones they are connected to start rubbing against each other, causing damage. This can lead to severe conditions, not to mention pain. For this damage to heal, the body needs to regenerate new joints to replace the old, damaged ones. Often the body is unable to do so quickly. This is where Autologous Therapy helps.
Autologous Therapy is unlike other types of therapy. They are capable of filling any position that the body requires. Say your skin is cut. The body uses growth factors to create new dermal cells that can heal your skin. Similarly, when your joints are diseased or damaged, the body uses growth factors help with joint pain.
If you have severe joint pain and an underlying joint or bone condition, stem cells can revitalize the joints and provide the relief you seek.
Which Joints In The Body Can
Autologous Therapy Treat?
There are three types of joints in the body:
- Immovable joints – The joints in the skull and joints in the jaw.
- Partially moveable joints – The joints in the spine which are usually connected together by cartilage.
- Freely moveable joints – The joints located in the wrists, elbows, shoulders, hip, knees, and ankles.
Our Las Vegas Autologous therapy for joints can heal and regenerate all of these joints and relieve you of any joint inflammation and pain you may have. The biggest advantage of this procedure is that you can give a very targeted treatment to the exact joint which is giving the trouble. Plus, it’s a non-surgical and minimally-invasive treatment. You never have to worry about side effects.
The Procedure We Follow At
At our CellSpark Centers in Henderson, Nevada, our professionals will start with a medical examination. Dr. Alex Spinoso, MD, will first check if this procedure is suitable for you and will then create a customized treatment plan.
On the day of the treatment, you are provided with a local anesthetic to numb the joint being treated. Next, an injectable containing Autologous Therapy is injected into and around the specific joints that require medical attention.
The entire process is completely pain-free and takes very little time to complete. In fact, since there is no downtime associated with this procedure, you can come over to our clinic during lunch and get the injections. You can even return to your normal routine after the procedure.
How Often Do You Need To Get Autologous Therapy
To Manage Joint Pain?
The growth factors injected into your joints take between 4 to 6 weeks to settle in and regenerate new joints. During this time, you may still experience joint pain, although it will start to progressively become better as time passes. Around two months after the treatment, you should ideally be completely pain-free.
You won’t need to undergo multiple therapy sessions. A single session is enough to ensure long term joint health and pain relief.
At CellSpark Centers, our specialists have extensive experience in providing Autologous treatment for joint pain. Contact us to schedule a consultation with Dr. Alex Spinoso, MD.