Stem Cell Treatment To Repair Shoulder Injuries
A tear in the shoulder is a long-lasting injury disabling the shoulder and putting it at constant risk. The most common shoulder injury is a rotator cuff tear but there may be other mild tears in your shoulder such as a biceps tendon tear. Regardless, you will likely get an MRI to determine the exact damage in your shoulder and your doctor will then recommend treatment.
Most doctors are just beginning to realize the monumental benefits of non-surgical treatments such as PRP Therapy and Stem Cell Therapy to repair shoulder injuries rather than immediately recommending shoulder surgery. It is possible to heal a rotator cuff tear without surgery using either PRP Therapy, Stem Cell Therapy, or a combination of both.
I, Dr. Benjamin Bieber, M.D., specialize in helping patients repair their shoulders’ non-surgically and have helped countless patients in the last several years relieve shoulder pain, immobility, and weakness. As one of the only doctors specializing in ultrasound guided Stem Cell Therapy, where I am able to look inside the shoulder during the treatment, I have had tremendous success helping my patients repair shoulder injuries.
It is important to exhaust all options before undergoing shoulder surgery because with invasive surgery, there are many risks including complications and long-term symptoms such as continued shoulder weakness.
Stem Cell Therapy and PRP Therapy are natural treatments that align with the body’s own healing process and so with success and rehabilitation, the shoulder can fully heal. As a stem cell specialist, I recommend coming into my office and having a consultation with me. We will go over your options for non-surgical treatment.
Replace Damaged Cell-Tissue
Stem Cell Therapy for a shoulder injury repairs cell-tissue damage by replacing damaged cells with healthy one’s. Stem Cells are harvested from bone marrow or fat tissue using a simple injection technique during treatment. These stem cells are then immediately injected into the shoulder and begin cell rebirth.
Stem Cells are able to transform into many different types of cells to replaced damaged cells with new and healthy cells so that you body regenerates tissue. In a traumatic shoulder injury, there aren’t enough stem cells to fully repair shoulder damage and therefore, an invasive procedure such as surgery is recommended. By applying an additional boost of stem cells, it is possible to give the body the healing capabilities that it needs to repair the damaged tissue in the shoulder.
As the shoulder heals, it will still be weak, which means some form of rehabilitation such as physical therapy will be needed to help your shoulder regain full strength and mobility.
Stem Cell Therapy and PRP Therapy are safe and often effective alternatives to shoulder surgery.
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