Stem Cell Therapy

Science that benefits everybody starts with understanding the power of regenerative medicine with stem cell therapy. That is, it’s cooperative in nature. As your body loses its ability to repair itself, Dr. Burke Orthopedics, in conjunction with Predictive Biotech’s products, cooperate with your body’s natural functions to help supplement, cushion, and provide support right where it’s needed. Whether you’re 18 or 68, therapy’s goal is to aid your ideal regenerative environment in the least invasive or disruptive way possible.

Stem cells collected from a donor that matches the patient are known as allogeneic stem cells. Dr. Burke utilizes allogeneic stem cell transplants to help heal a patient’s orthopedic condition. New studies show stem cells have long-term benefits for natural healing and regenerative medicine. As a result, physicians worldwide use stem cells for orthopedics and sports medicine. Stem cell therapy is gaining popularity due to the fast recovery and no downtime following treatment. Stem cells regenerate and reproduce for all parts of the body. Therefore, allogeneic stem cells can be used to heal injuries, joint damage, and more.

How Stem Cell Therapy works

Stem cells are basic cells with the potential to adapt for any function in the body. All cells start as stem cells that eventually go on to specialize in various tissues and organs. Stem cells are all natural and thrive from birth to adulthood.

Over time, our tissues can lose functionality due to age, injury, and disease. That can mean longer healing time, cellular aging, and changing chemical environments. Fortunately, each person is born with building blocks capable of repairing and replenishing tissue. Through our research and understanding of these vital building blocks, Dr. Burke Orthopedics and Predictive Biotech aim to optimize the body’s ability to heal itself. With the right application, stem cells can grow into the following tissues:

Blood Vessels
Bone
Cartilage
Ligaments
Muscle
Skin
Tendons

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Does Stem Cell Therapy for the Knees Work?

Treatments that harness the power of stem cells are known as regenerative medicine, stem cell therapy, or stem cell transplants. Dr. Burke performs allogeneic stem cell therapy. This type of regenerative medicine is particularly useful in the knee when damaged cartilage is a concern. During this procedure, the doctor utilizes healthy stem cells from a donor that genetically match the patient, therefore making it a beneficial treatment option for many individuals. Allogeneic stem cell enhancement with Dr. Burke Orthopedics utilizes a series of small injections given to the area of the knee that results in pain because of damaged tissue. Dr. Burke’s process uses healthy cells from a donor, which are then transplanted to the patient, resulting in the stem cells developing as new tissues that strengthen the knee.

There are no limits to regenerative medicine. Orthopedic doctors are introducing new advantages and benefits of this medicine as technology advances. Other than in the knee, Dr. Burke recommends allogeneic stem cell therapy for many conditions such as arthritis, muscle loss, neuropathy, scarring, skin burns, sports injuries, and more.

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