Stem Cells Repair And Regenerate Cartilage Tissue

 

Finding a solution to your arthritis pain is certainly not easy, especially for people with bone on bone arthritis.  To figure out how to solve this problem, you should be aware of a few options that will help you find pain relief.  

 

People with bone on bone arthritis are often recommended joint replacement surgery to add a new metallic, plastic, or ceramic joint and replace the old, damaged arthritic one.  This type of surgery is risky and invasive.  It can lead to long-term pain and permanent weakness.  Unforeseen complications are a real risk with any invasive surgery.  

 

I want to make you aware of Stem Cell Therapy, a non-surgical approach to repairing tissue damage in the joint helping your relieve pain and regain mobility in the process.  Stem Cells are everywhere in a person’s body.  They are a specialized cell able to transform into different types of tissue such as muscle, ligament, tendon, and organ tissue.  When the body breaks down, stem cells regenerate new and healthy tissue to replace old, damaged tissue and the body is able to repair itself. 

 

In the case of arthritis, this continuous process of breaking down tissue does not allow for sufficient regeneration of cartilage tissue.  Cartilage keeps breaking down without repair and bone on bone friction is eventually reached, where there is little to no cartilage in the joint. 

 

An Alternative To Joint Replacement Surgery

 

Having cartilage in the joint is vital to the health of the body and the joint acting as a “shock absorber” during the body’s movements.  As the bones constantly rub and press against each other, pain and inflammation results due to constant friction and stress.  

 

The solution is to add cartilage to the joint in order for the joint to be properly protected.  Surgery does not add new and healthy cartilage to the joint but Stem Cell Arthritis treatment does.  Stem cells are applied through a non-surgical injection and harvested from the patient’s own fat tissue or bone marrow during treatment.  

 

Stem cells, once applied to the joint, begin to transform into healthy cartilage tissue to be utilized by the joint.  This stops the degeneration process of arthritis as cartilage cell rebirth is fostered.  After a successful stem cell treatment, many patients see a significant improvement in pain relief and mobility.  

 

In some cases, surgery can be entirely avoided and in other cases, surgery may still be required after treatment depending on success of the treatment.  Importantly, Stem Cell Therapy will likely repair damaged tissue in some capacity making the likelihood of a success surgery much greater.  

 

If you want to avoid surgery, Stem Cell Therapy is definitely worth considering.  Call (212) 268-8181 and schedule a consultation with me, Dr. Benjamin Bieber.

 

Repair Your Rotator Cuff With Stem Cells

 

A rotator cuff injury is often persistent and the healing process last months.  In many cases, the shoulder doesn’t fully heal leaving a person susceptible to weakness, pain, and stiffness.  In severe cases, surgery for a rotator cuff tear is recommended but I am here to tell you that this surgery can be unnecessary.  

 

People with rotator cuff tears either succumb to their doctor’s advice and get surgery or wait months for the injury to heal.  Often, a person is left with a weak shoulder permanently because of tissue damage, where the shoulder never fully heals.

 

There is now a third option to heal your shoulder effectively and repair rotator cuff tissue damage.  Stem Cell Therapy is one of the most powerful and safe non-surgical treatments in medicine today.  It offers a safe and effective alternative to shoulder surgery and offers people with long-term shoulder stiffness and pain a way to recover naturally from their injury.  

 

Stem Cells are everywhere in a person’s body and transform into healthy tissue as the body deteriorates through normal  “wear and tear”.  Unfortunately, during a traumatic injury, there aren’t enough stem cells to fully regenerate healthy tissue and replace current damage tissue.  The shoulder is left with damaged tissue and a disabling injury.  To fix the shoulder, surgery is recommended.  

 

Avoid Shoulder Surgery

 

Shoulder surgery is a risky and invasive procedure and often leaves a person with permanent shoulder weakness and disability.  The unintended consequences of shoulder surgery is a real risk and entirely avoidable. 

 

Many of my patients see profound results after Stem Cell Therapy.  Here, stem cells derived from the patient’s own fat tissue or bone marrow are injected into the shoulder.  This new source of healing material is utilized by the body to accelerate tissue repair and the recovery process of a rotator cuff tear.  

 

Patients see a marked improvement.  Many patients heal this rotator cuff tear completely after Stem Cell Therapy and others see an improvement that allows the shoulder to heal on it’s own with time.  After Stem Cell Therapy, physical therapy is still recommended to rebuild shoulder strength and aid in the healing process.  

 

Because Stem Cells are a naturally occurring cell in the body, this treatment aligns with the current healing process or if healing has stopped, stimulated a renewed healing response.  Either way, this treatment is great to try before undergoing surgery.  Surgery is always an option but trying Stem Cell Therapy first provides the opportunity to potentially avoid invasive surgery altogether.  

 

It is best to receive a multitude of opinions when it come’s to the treatment of an injury and at your office visit, we can go over how a simple stem cell injection can heal your rotator cuff injury.  With Stem Cell Therapy for a rotator cuff injury, there are no hospital visits or overnight stays and there is little risk involved because this non-surgical treatment applies your body’s own stem cells to heal your shoulder.   


Call (212) 268-8181 and schedule your consultation today.     

 

Relieve Arthritic Knee Pain And Add Cartilage To Your Knee

 

Arthritis in the knee is a disabling condition characterized by inflammation, pain, and stiffness.  Unfortunately, the cartilage in the knee deteriorates leading to painful bone on bone friction and ultimately, joint replacement surgery is recommended.  Stem Cell Therapy for Arthritis helps patients relieve significant knee pain, stiffness, inflammation, and disability.   


The true problem of arthritis is deteriorating cartilage as a constant state of inflammation causes the cartilage to break down.  This cartilage in the knee acts as a “shock absorber” to the knee’s movements and without such cartilage, a tremendous amount of friction and pressure is placed on the joint as bone hits bone during movement.  

 

Again, one of the main treatments for severe arthritis is joint replacement surgery but this surgery is extremely risky and invasive with unforeseen complications and disability looming in the future.  Joint replacement surgery does not cure or make better the condition of arthritis itself but rather replaces the joint with a metal bearing.  

 

Patients still experience stiffness, weakness, and immobility with an artificial joint.  It can be universally agreed upon that if possible, surgery should be avoided at all costs. 

 

Recently, Stem Cell Therapy has made it’s way onto the medical scene as a promise to reverse the process of arthritis and minimize pain and inflammation naturally.  This treatment is non-surgical, requires no hospital visits, and is minimally invasive. 

 

Stem Cell Therapy In New York


Dr. Benjamin Bieber, M.D. is helping patients at his New York private practice see tremendous improvement with Stem Cell Therapy because by using adult stem cells, or stem cells taken from the patient’s own body, and then re-applying these stem cells to the knee joint, it is possible to regenerate new cartilage tissue. 


Additional cartilage tissue replaces damaged tissue and fills in for lost tissue again acting as that much needed “shock absorber” in the joint.  Patients are experiencing new levels of mobility after Stem Cell Therapy as inflammation, pain, and stiffness decreases due to the birth of new cartilage.  

 

Stem Cells are vital to the body’s everyday function.  They are located everywhere in the body and as the body’s muscles, ligaments, tissues, and organs deteriorate through daily “wear and tear”, surrounding stem cells physically transform into varied types of tissue replacing old and dying cell tissue.  

 

Once stem cells are applied to the knee joint, they are signaled by the brain to physically transform into what that joint needs to maintain it’s full health or recover from injury.  These stem cells begin to transform themselves into cartilage tissue that now reverses the degenerative process of arthritis. 

 

The stem cells used in this treatment come from the patient’s own body during treatment.  Stem Cells are harvested from either fat tissue or bone marrow and then, immediately injected into the joint making this treatment safe for the individual.   

 

Surgery is always an option but Stem Cell Therapy is offering a safe and effective non-surgical alternative to minimizing arthritic disability and pain.  

 

Dr. Bieber is able to help your relieve a large percentage of your arthritic pain through non-surgical Stem Cell Therapy.  

 

Call (212) 268-8181 and schedule a consultation.  

 

What Causes Hair Growth After Hair Loss

 

Hair Regrowth is accomplished by repairing damaged and dying hair follicles at the cellular level.  As we age, hair follicles begin to die.  The cause can be genetics, sun damage, inflammation, or a dry scalp.  Now, hair follicles can no longer produce the same amount of hair growth.  This creates a consistent pattern of hair loss, which can ultimately lead to baldness.  

 

To fix hair follicles is quite simple with ACell + PRP Hair Therapy.  The cells of the hair follicle die but in a healthy hair follicle, new cells take over repairing damaged cells allowing for a healthy hair follicle and new hair growth.  Permanent damage prevents new and healthy cells from forming and replacing damaged cells.  

 

ACell + PRP Hair Therapy focuses on repairing hair follicles at the cellular level by both repairing current damaged cells and regenerating new healthy cells for hair follicles.  When a hair follicle is healthy, it can do what it is naturally supposed to, which is grow new hair. 

 

ACell + PRP Hair Regrowth

 

Dr. Benjamin Bieber, M.D. applies ultra-targeted ACell + PRP Hair Therapy, which is the only non-surgical treatment that repairs damaged hair follicles by physically regenerating new cells and this is accomplished through stem cells.  

 

ACell is an extracellular matrix, approved by the FDA, that acts as a structure to attract stem cells.  When ACell is placed at spots of hair loss, stem cells are attracted to this area and then regenerate healthy new cells that are then utilized by hair follicles.  These stem cells replace damaged cells of the hair follicle creating a once again healthy hair follicle that can grow new hair.  When this occurs at hundreds of hair follicles throughout the scalp, massive and consistent hair growth is able to occur and the process of hair loss is reversed.  

 

PRP is then applied to the scalp as a way to repair current damaged cellular tissue and blood vessels.  PRP contains over 30 growth factors to repair cell tissue and blood vessels.  Repairing blood vessel damage allows new blood flow to “nourish” the hair follicles with vitamins and minerals and will keep the hair follicle healthy for longer.  

 

ACell + PRP Hair Therapy is much more effective than a stand alone PRP treatment.  It would take four stand alone PRP treatments to accomplish the same hair growth that ACell + PRP will in one session and this is because stem cells in the scalp are stimulated in this hair therapy. 

 

It is possible to reverse hair loss, re-invigorate the scalp, and produce consistent new and dense hair growth.  

 

Call (212) 268-8181 and schedule your consultation.

 

Add New Cartilage To Your Joint Ending Bone On Bone Friction

 

Arthritis is a painful degenerative condition with no apparent cure and as such, many people with severe arthritis are recommended to get joint replacement surgery.  This surgery is extremely invasive and long-term consequences are an unknown.  Some patients are left with permanent weakness, stiffness, and disability after their surgery.  As a Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation physician with over 30 years of experience, I help patients with arthritis find pain relief and avoid joint replacement surgery. 

 

Pain, inflammation, and disability in arthritis occurs because cartilage deteriorates in the joint to the point where bone on bone friction occurs.  Cartilage is supposed to act as a shock absorber in the joint during the body’s movements but with the breakdown of cartilage, the bones that are supposed to be protected by the joint rub against each other causing pain and inflammation.  One highly successful approach at regenerating new cartilage tissue is Stem Cell Therapy. 

 

Stem Cell Therapy For Arthritis Pain

 

Stem Cell Therapy for arthritis is a non-surgical approach to regenerating new cartilage tissue and repairing current damaged cartilage tissue.  Stem Cells are everywhere in a person’s body including in arthritic joints but the stem cells are used up to repair cartilage at the onset of one’s arthritis condition.  After a time, the stem cells in the joint run out and no more cartilage can be repaired or created leading to bone on bone friction and pain.  Stem Cell Therapy adds a new boost of stem cells to the joint regenerating new cartilage tissue and stopping bone on bone friction for a significant period of time. 


Patients after Stem Cell Therapy find a marked increase in mobility, decrease in inflammation, and significant pain relief.  In many cases, Stem Cell Therapy can prevent or pro-long the need for joint replacement surgery.  It is a great opportunity that one is able to try Stem Cell Therapy before undergoing surgery.  With a high success rate, Stem Cell Therapy has a great chance of helping a patient avoid surgery. 

 

Stem Cell Therapy is a simple treatment, where stem cells are derived from the patient’s fat tissue or bone marrow and then immediately injected into the joint. Dr. Bieber uses ultrasound guidance to see inside the joint, knowing exactly where the stem cells should be placed in order to produce maximum benefit.  This one-time treatment will likely help you relieve much of your daily arthritic pain.  There are no hospital visits or overnight stays.  A stem cell treatments takes around 2-3 hours to complete and then you are free to return home and enjoy normal, restful activity.    

 

Call (212) 268-8181 and schedule your consultation with Dr. Bieber.   





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