Stem cells have been proven in clinical and scientific studies as effective treatments for both chronic and acute pain. Stem cell therapy is a safe and simple outpatient procedure that is performed in our office by a qualified physician.
Stem cells, your body’s most basic cells, are produced in bone marrow or fat deposits, but can also be found in other areas of the body, such as amniotic fluid. They are incredibly adaptable and fluid, able to morph into different, more specialized cells, replace dying cells, and regrow damaged tissues.
If you are using your own body’s stem cells, a sample of your bone marrow or fat tissue will be removed. These cells are isolated from the other components of the blood and plasma using a specialized centrifuge and prepared for injection back into your body.
If you choose to use amniotic stem cells, the necessary cells will be delivered to the doctor’s office ready for injection.
The stem cells are carefully injected into the site of the pain or injury. They will gradually begin to adapt and repair over the next two to six weeks, with continued healing for up to 12 months or more.
There is virtually no down time or recovery time post-procedure, with many patients resuming their daily routine within 24-48 hours.
Stem cell therapy is a quick and simple outpatient procedure with no lengthy hospital stay or recovery period. It uses the body’s own unique building blocks to heal an injury from within, and often requires no medication for either pain or inflammation.
Stem cell therapy procedures can be used to treat conditions including, but not limited to:
You do not have to live in pain. Oklahoma Pain Center’s holistic approach to pain treatment and management helps identify and address the source of your pain, not just the symptoms. Our specialists can drastically reduce or even eliminate your pain and improve your quality of life.
Don’t spend another day in pain. Complete a contact form today, and inquire about our financing options. Even if you do not see your condition listed, please contact us at (405) 752-9600, because you may still be a candidate for stem cell therapy.