Stem Cell Therapy For Cervical & Lumbar Spine Pain
Many people who suffer from back pain or arthritis in the lower back believe surgery on their spine or back is the best or only option to help alleviate their pain. While back surgery is one way to try to address back spine issues, it’s no longer the only way — and in many cases, it’s not the best way either.
Surgery on the back and spine poses a number of challenges. Among those challenges are high costs, a painful recovery, and a high failure rate. Even when the surgery goes as planned and lessens pain in the short term, in the years following back and spine surgery, degenerative changes to the back and spine can cause renewed pain and lasting damage.
Fortunately, there is an alternative to back or spine surgery using advances in stem cell for back pain treatments. Relieving back pain without surgery is possible with new advances in regenerative medicine such as Stem Cell Therapy for back pain and Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) procedures.* If you suffer from degenerative disc diseases, arthritis in the lower back, lumbar back pain or other spine or back conditions, please schedule a no-cost consult today to learn more about stem cell therapy for back pain. Here at NSI Stem Cell Centers, we offer stem cell therapy for back pain in Florida and will be able to deal with the damages and underlying conditions that cause your chronic back pain or disc degeneration.
Stem cell therapy for back pain can be helpful in mitigating pain following back surgery by reducing symptoms, and in many cases it can even help heal tissues and regenerate cartilage in the spine. Our stem cell therapy for back pain has allowed individuals with a history of spine problems and surgeries to come off their medication and experience a life free from pain in their spine.
At our centers offering stem cell therapy for back pain in Florida, we specialize in the most current, advanced non-surgical back pain therapies. We have helped establish state-of-the-art alternatives to steroids and the various types of back surgery, including lower back surgery.
Our same-day and in-clinic stem cell therapy for back pain procedure can help alleviate your back pain regardless of its cause.* We deal with many different kinds of conditions, including Herniated Discs, Spondylolisthesis, Spinal Stenosis, Intervertebral Disc Degeneration, Lumbar Back Pain, and Spinal Arthritis. In many instances, we can provide alternatives to back surgery such as stem cell injections for back pain in Florida.
Alternatives to Back Surgery
Our revolutionary Stem Cell Therapy for Back Pain and Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy in Florida are stem cell for back pain treatments that can help address the damages and underlying problems that cause you mild to severe pain.* During treatment, our in-house doctors extract stem cells from the patient’s Bone Marrow Aspirate, then relocate them to the affected area using stem cell injections for back pain in Florida to repair, rebuild, and strengthen the damaged muscles and tissues.
What Causes Spine and Back Pain?
Our spines aren’t built to last forever. Many people experience the results of decades of wear and tear as the age. However, some people experience faster degeneration of the back and spine due to injury, arthritis, and repeated physical activity due to manual labor, playing sports or taking part in other physically demanding activities.
Healthy cells gradually break down, compromising the structure of spinal discs and tissue. Eventually, arthritis in the lower back and disc degeneration can lead to limited mobility, stiffness, weakness, and pain.
In other cases, trauma such as from a car accident may cause damage to the back or spine, hurting joints and causing symptoms similar to what is experienced with degenerative disc disease.
Whatever the cause of your back pain, our centers offering stem cell therapy for back pain in Florida can help.
Stem Cell Therapy For Herniated Disc - Avoid Back Surgery
The stem cells in our body are responsible for healing us. But as we age or suffer injury, there are instances where we cannot get enough stem cells into the injured area to promote sufficient healing. Stem Cell Therapy solves this problem by extracting the stem cells from the patient. We then isolate these cells and introduce them back to the injured area via injections. In our Florida stem cell for back pain treatments, these cells can help in the healing of the damaged bone, cartilage, tendons, and tissue, thereby decreasing the recovery time. This could allow you to avoid back surgery and the painful rehab normally associated with the various types of back surgery.
For conditions affecting the spine, such as arthritis in the lower back, lumbar back pain or degenerative disc disease, stem cell therapy for back pain can be effective. Stem cells are harvested and then reintroduced by way of injection into a patient’s damaged disc. Following stem cell injections for back pain in Florida, the stem cells go to work to help restore the structure and function of the disc, alleviating pain as the body heals itself in a way it couldn’t without the procedure. Stem cell therapy can be used to treat other spine conditions as well, again by using the body’s own stem cells to help reduce nerve pain and irritation, calm inflammation, halt disc degeneration and even reverse damage to the spine to restore spine health and function.
The process to create and administer stem cell injections for back pain is fast, simple, and minimally invasive, and recovery time is almost nonexistent compared to even the most minor back or spine surgery. Contact us today to learn more about Florida stem cell for back pain treatments.
Back And Neck Conditions Treated At NSI Stem Cell Centers
Using our regenerative stem cell injection procedures at the NSI Stem Cell Centers, we can address the following conditions of the back, spine, and joints.*
- Chronic low back pain
- Coccydynia or Tailbone pain
- Degenerative disc disease
- Facet joint pain
- Headaches related to the neck
- Herniated disc
- Sciatica/lumbar radiculitis
- Whiplash injuries
- SI joint pain (Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction)
- Facet joint arthritis
- Post-traumatic neck arthritis
- Interspinous ligaments
- Levator scapulae tendinosis
- Lumbar facet injury
- Lumbar back pain
- Osteoarthritis of the spine
- Pain associated with scoliosis
- Pinched nerve (Radiculopathy)
- Post-traumatic back arthritis
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