Stem cell therapy for back injury is a cutting edge technique that leverages your body’s own regenerative capacity to treat damage to the vertebral discs of the spine. Chronic back pain can be a persistent and unrelenting source of discomfort for many adults.
- 1 Put Back Pain Behind You
- 2 About Stem Cells for Back Injury
- 3 Benefits
- 4 Candidates
- 5 Private Back Injury Consultation in Greenville, South Carolina
- 6 Procedure
- 7 Recovery & Results
- 8 How Much Does Stem Cell Therapy for Back Injury Cost in South Carolina?
- 9 Heal Your Bad Back at Last
- 10 FAQ
- 11 References
Put Back Pain Behind You
Back pain takes many forms. There’s the sharp shiv in your lower back every time you sit, stand or lie down. Some describe a dull pain that ebbs and flows like the tides. However you experience back pain, it can have a significant impact on your quality of life. But Dr. Haasis knows how to treat your back injury the natural way while often avoiding the necessity for invasive surgery. Heal your bad back at last with the power of stem cells!
Dr. Haasis’ Daisy Institute is the center for all the latest available stem cell therapy treatments in South Carolina. His integrative approach to medicine combines his years of experience in biology and genetics with his training in a wide variety of treatment modalities.
Contact our offices for a consultation and take your first steps toward a better life.
About Stem Cells for Back Injury
Until now, chronic back pain was a life sentence for many, many sufferers. Many others opted for the only imperfect solution available: risky and invasive surgery. But there is a new option for those who unfortunately bear the burden of a back injury. Recent innovations in stem cell therapy show that they are an effective treatment for the damaged discs and swollen tissues at the root of your back pain.
What Are Stem Cells?
Stem cells are undifferentiated cells that are responsible for much of human growth and development. They have the unique ability to replicate an unlimited number of times. They can also evolve to serve any number of specialized functions throughout the body, because stem cells can become any kind of human cell. Stem cells may also emit various soluble factors that can alter the tissue microenvironment. These soluble factors include cytokines. Cytokines control joint inflammation and growth factors that stimulate cartilage repair.
Embryonic and Adult Stem Cells
It is important to distinguish among the various types of stem cells. The two main types of stem cells are embryonic and adult. At Daisy Stem Cell Therapy, we utilize allograft stem cells harvested from a separate human placenta. They are a rich source of collagen, elastin, and fibronectin, which help support tissue repair and regeneration. The patient does not provide any of the stem cells.
Stem cell therapy is an effective treatment for a range of back injuries, detailed below.
Disc injury is one of the most common causes of lower back pain. Disc injury occurs when the circular support pads that cushion the vertebrae of the spinal column protrude from the outer membrane. The slipped disc can crush the spinal nerve, causing numbness and chronic pain.
Osteoarthritis is a condition in which degenerative damage occurs to the many facet joints along the spine. Facet joints compose the multiple flexible levels between the vertebrae. Osteoarthritis will arise when the facet joints fail to protect against grinding between the vertebrae. The condition can crop up with age, when the facet joints tend to lose structural cartilage and vital lubricating fluid.
The spine and vertebrae may simply deteriorate with age. The vertebral discs are the “shock absorbers” for your body, cushioning the impact of every step you take for your entire life. The constant wear can begin to add up, leading to osteoarthritis or herniated discs.
Sacroiliac Joint Pain
The sacroiliac (SI) joint is your base of support. It is located above the tailbone, on either side of the spine where the pelvis meets the sacrum. Too much or too little movement in this foundational area may cause sacroiliac joint pain.
Ideal candidates for stem cell therapy suffer from chronic back pain. Age or injury has damaged the delicate, interlocking clockwork of the spine and chronic pain results. Candidates seek answers outside of conventional approaches which insist that a lifetime of pain or risky surgery are the only answers.
Private Back Injury Consultation in Greenville, South Carolina
Dr. Haasis’ unique views and breadth of training have made him a medical innovator. That’s because improving his patients’ quality of life is his bottom line. He is eager to leverage the latest breakthroughs in biological science to bring real relief to those suffering from chronic back pain in his South Carolina community.
At your private consultation, Dr. Haasis will determine the cause of your back pain and work with you to develop a suitable treatment plan. If you think you may benefit from the healing wonders of stem cell therapy, contact us to learn more!
Stem cell therapy is a safe and simple procedure, especially when stacked up against the risks of “going under the knife” in spinal surgery.
While you are under a local anesthetic, Dr. Haasis will inject the stem cells directly into the damaged disc. He may mix your stem cells with PRP, a platelet rich plasma serum derived from your blood to help repair damaged cartilage and stimulate healing.
Recovery & Results
You can look forward to a safe and speedy recovery following your stem cell therapy. Many patients just require a few days of rest. The full flowering of your results, however, takes several months. As your body heals, the stem cells integrate within their new location to rehabilitate the injury.
How Much Does Stem Cell Therapy for Back Injury Cost in South Carolina?
The full scope of your treatment shall be determined at your private consultation with Dr. Haasis. After he has become better acquainted with your case, the two of you will work together on an appropriate treatment plan that will optimize your healing journey and grant you the relief you sincerely seek. At this time, Dr. Haasis or one of his helpful staff will provide you with an accurate cost estimate.
Heal Your Bad Back at Last
Put back pain behind you with a state-of-the-art treatment that leverages your body’s own healing power! Stem cells are a source of considerable excitement in the scientific community because of their amazing regenerative properties. Dr. Haasis is excited to blaze new trails of treatment with you so that you can heal your bad back at last! Relief awaits at Daisy Institute.
How many stem cell treatments are necessary to ease back pain?
Often, one injection session is all it takes to ease chronic back pain. Sessions typically consist of just one or two injections at the problem area.
What is the success rate of stem cell therapy?
The grateful recipients of stem cell therapy across the United States frequently report on the positive effects the treatment has had on their lives. Patient surveys reveal an 80 to 90 percent efficacy for stem cell therapy. These are encouraging results for this exciting new field of human healing.
Is stem cell therapy safe?
Stem cell therapy is a safe alternative to back surgery. Because it employs your body’s own stem cells in the healing serum, it minimizes the risk of an unwanted reaction. The most common side effects are temporary swelling and pain.
Can stem cells help nerve damage?
The future of stem cell therapy is quite literally limitless. Some studies reveal that stem cells secrete various neurotrophic factors, including brain-derived neurotrophic factor, that can promote the repair of peripheral nerve cells.
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