15 Years Experience
“There can be no more powerful or better medicine than unleashing the force for self-healing that lies within each patient. Stem cells are that healing force!”
-M. Walter M.D.
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Do you have joint pain, back pain, neck pain or some other orthopedic problem or injury that is not getting better? Are you interested in leading-edge technology that can heal most orthopedic and musculoskeletal problems faster and better than standard approaches and avoid the need for surgery?
Welcome to the exciting new field of Stem Cell Orthopedics! Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine are poised to revolutionize almost every field of medicine. The answer to degenerative disease is regenerative medicine.
Stem cells are the way the body regenerates. We have stem cells all over our body constantly rebuilding and repairing tissues. If we didn’t have stem cells we would die in a short amount of time.
At times the body’s capacity to regenerate is overwhelmed and that’s when people degenerate. The very best way to fix it is to take the persons own stem cells, boost them as necessary with growth factors from their blood and use this tool to fix whatever the problem is.
We now have the technology to use your own stem cells to heal many common orthopedic problems faster and better than surgery. With a single treatment we have a better than 80% success rate with problems such as Osteoarthritis of the knee or hip (even bone-on-bone), Rotator cuff, chronic back pain, sports injuries and many other conditions. The whole treatment is done in about 4 hours at our state-of-the-art facility and is minimally invasive and very safe.
Since abdominal fat is by far the most plentiful source of mesenchymal stem cells (far more than in bone marrow) we only use stem cells from the patient’s own fat. We gently collect about 60-120 cc’s of belly fat with a mini-liposculpting procedure done in our very own offices. We then isolate the stem cells and mix them with growth factors from your blood. The stem cells are then injected in just the right spots to regenerate and heal the affected joint(s) and surrounding ligaments and tendons.
We can’t really predict how fast patients will see improvement but it is not uncommon to see quite dramatic results even within a week or two. The stem cells will remain alive for several months and patients will continue to build new tissue and heal for that period. Once the structures are rebuilt there is every reason to believe that the improvements should be long-lasting.
There is very little downtime after a treatment. Patients will generally be a little sore for a few days but should be able to resume normal activities very quickly
STEM CELLS are the medicine of the future. When properly prepared and applied, stem cells can achieve some pretty amazing results. Please visit our video/testimonial page to see some patient success stories.
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Stem Cells – An Extraordinary Solution
As a physician who has specialized in Prolotherapy and Regenerative Orthopedics for the last 15 years I have been injecting and rebuilding joints, ligaments and tendons for thousands of patients. However, stem cells are a game changer. With this new technology our ability to rebuild joints has increased tremendously.
-M. Walter M.D.
The stem cell procedure is minimally invasive, very safe and takes about three to four hours. There is very little downtime after the treatment and significant improvements are often seen within the first week or two. Stem cells will remain active for about six months. As they do their magic, the improvements and benefits tend to be cumulative and long-lasting. Generally, a single treatment will solve the issue at hand.
Stem cells, if prepared and injected properly, are an incredibly effective therapy. For optimal results with Orthopedic problems you require two things. First, you need the highest potency stem cell preparation possible. Second, you need a skilled and experienced injection specialist who can correctly diagnose the primary pain generators that are the root-cause of the problem and inject the stem cells at precisely the right locations.