Stem Cell Therapy: Could You Benefit from This Revolutionary New Treatment? | DrBurke

Stem Cell Therapy: Could You Benefit from This Revolutionary New Treatment?

Many joint pain sufferers in the Pearland, Texas, area are hearing more and more about stem cell therapy. With the help of an orthopedic specialist, patients who undergo stem cell therapy can restore their range of motion and get back to a pain-free life. At Dr. Burke Orthopedics, we understand that many people are curious about stem cell therapy but wonder if they are a good candidate. Here, we’ve laid out some patients who may find stem cell therapy particularly beneficial:

  1. Those Involved in an Active Lifestyle

Whether you’re a weekend warrior or exercise daily, your workouts may lead to joint pain over time. Once this happens, those who lead an active lifestyle may find themselves grappling with two options: undergo surgery and spend weeks in recovery, or simply give up exercising for good. However, stem cell therapy can provide a benefit for patients in this situation. Stem cell injections can help heal joint pain without the need for an extensive period of recovery. This means you can quickly get back to your active lifestyle without being hindered with joint pain.

 

 

  1. Those Who Suffer from Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis is the term used to describe the deterioration of the protective, cushion-like cartilage at the end of your joints. This cartilage helps you move comfortably by preventing the joints from rubbing together and causing friction, so when it deteriorates, it can result in severe joint pain. Stem cell therapy can help rebuild this lost cartilage and help movement become pain-free once again. Additionally, stem cells can act as a natural anti-inflammatory and can help reduce swelling in the affected joint.

 

  1. Those Who Have Not Responded to Other Forms of Treatment

Often times, an orthopedic specialist will recommend mild forms of treatment as the first step to reduce joint pain. This can include medication, joint braces, or even physical therapy. However, if your joint pain has not subsided with these forms of treatment, and you are hesitant to undergo surgery, ask your doctor about the possibility of stem cell therapy. The treatment is highly successful in treating joint pain, like surgery, but does not require any incisions into the body.

 

 

  1. Those Who Have Suffered an Athletic Injury

Those involved in athletics may suffer from painful athletic injuries, such as damaged tendons or torn ligaments. Sometimes, the decision for athletes to undergo surgery can permanently affect their ability to continue their involvement in athletics.  Stem cell therapy can provide an alternative for athletes by helping rebuild muscle tissue or restoring deteriorated cartilage caused by an injury.

 

 

Keep in mind that before a patient can undergo stem cell therapy, a consultation is needed to ensure that the procedure will be both safe and effective for the patient. However, many people in the above categories may find this revolutionary new treatment beneficial to help reduce their joint pain. To schedule your stem cell therapy consultation, give Dr. Burke Orthopedics a call at (713) 436-3488.