Pain varies in degree, location, and from person to person. What one finds painful may not register with another the same way. So, providing a solution can be difficult. Drugs, natural remedies, therapy—the list is long. But how can pain be managed naturally, with minimal side effects and quickly?

Why Pain Management with Stem Cells?

Pain is often a result of tissue damage. The pain of damaged tissue can be felt in different areas, and for prolonged periods of time. Drugs can hardly reverse tissue damage and, often worsen the condition rather than improve it. Side effects can even be fatal. However, stem cells aim to promote the repair of the damaged tissue, thereby restoring comfort.

Stem cells are the body’s rawest materials and are found in small numbers in most adults’ bone marrow. They divide to form daughter cells, from which all other cells with specialized functions are generated. Specialized cells include blood cells, brain cells, heart muscle tissue, and bone forming cells. No other cell in the body has the natural ability to generate new cell types!

How Does The Procedure Work?

While some use drugs, rehabilitation, therapies, or natural remedies, these are often only a temporary fix to a permanent problem. Stem cells are much more effective. Pain Management with Stem Cells uses a form of stem cell therapy. Stem cell therapy, or regenerative medicine, promotes the reparative response of dysfunctional or injured tissue. From a sample of the patient’s bone marrow, a collection of stem cells is harvested. This procedure requires only a local anesthetic. After that, the stem cells are prepared for injection directly into the area of concern.

Is This Procedure Right For You?

While this procedure is quick, efficient, and minimal, any prospective patient should discuss their prospects with a doctor. Everybody is different, and some treatments may not be right for everyone. Nevertheless, if you are suffering from chronic pain, consider Pain Management with Stem Cells.

Are There Side Effects?

Because stem cells from the patient’s body are used, side effects are minimal. The likelihood of the stem cells being rejected is rare. To that end, adverse side effects are rare.