Alternatives to Surgery on Ankles
Relieving Foot and Ankle Arthritis Pain without surgery is now possible with the help of our regenerative procedures –Our adipose(Fat)-derived and bone marrow-derived stem cell therapies for foot and ankle conditions are an innovative therapy practiced in the United States that is safe and effective.*
Here at the National Stem Cell Institute, we have doctors and staff who have extensive experience when it comes to arthritis ankle pain and other foot and ankle conditions and injuries. Our stem cell therapy for arthritis of the ankle and other foot and ankle problems can help those who suffer. We have established the industry’s latest proven procedures and alternatives to steroids and surgery. We have same-day, in-clinic therapy that will relieve your foot and ankle pain by alleviating the root cause of your condition.* We address varying conditions resulting from ankle arthritis, foot arthritis, plantar fasciitis, and also tendonitis.
Our ground-breaking Stem Cell Therapy for Arthritis and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Procedures help with different kinds of injuries to the muscles and tissues as well as underlying problems that cause the pain.* Starting from your first visit to our medical facility, our specialist can help you on the road to a pain-free life. Our team of experts will extract your own stem cells from your own fat deposits and then use the isolated cells to repair and restore damaged muscles and tissues. You can begin your road to a pain-free life after your initial visit.
Commonly Addressed Foot And Ankle Conditions*
Here is a list of the foot and ankle conditions that we deal with using Stem Cell Therapy fand Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy at our facility. However, this is not a complete list of all the conditions that we address, so feel free to get in touch with our staff if your foot or ankle condition did not appear on our list. Our doctors will be able to assess you and find out what procedures will work well for your condition.
- Achilles Tendinosis
- Critical Limb Ischemia
- Chronic Ligament Sprain
- Ligament Sprain of the Ankle
- Osteoarthritis of the Foot and Ankle
- Peroneal Tendinitis
- Post Traumatic Ankle Arthritis
- Post-Traumatic Foot Arthritis
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Recurrent Ankle Sprains
Stem Cell Therapy for Arthritis of the Foot or Ankle and Other Injuries of the Foot or Ankle
After stem cell ankle arthritis therapy, patients experience improvements in their symptoms caused by this debilitating condition. Whether from degenerative disease or injury, scar tissue begins to heal and reverse to healthy tissue while inflammation and pain are relieved. This relief allows patients to increase their daily activities and movement, getting them back to a healthier, happier life without arthritis ankle pain or pain due to sprains, tears, or other ankle and foot injuries.
A Closer Look at Stem Cell Therapy for Arthritis of the Foot or Ankle
Imagine for a minute that you could use your own body fat as a powerful healing tool for your arthritis ankle pain. Well, guess what? One of today’s most advanced medical methods in the United States does exactly that. The National Stem Cell Institute’s physicians and medical professionals have years of experience in safe, minimally invasive stem cell therapy for your arthritis.
In fact, stem cell therapy and platelet rich plasma therapy have been used in professional sports for a while now
Stem cell therapy for arthritis in joints like those of the foot and ankle is ideal for people suffering from a number of orthopedic conditions or injuries. Additionally, stem cell therapy is used to address soft tissue injury in ankle cartilage, tendons, ligaments, and/or muscles.
You’re probably wondering how it does all that without risky drugs or invasive surgery. Here’s how:
All through life, our bodies produce a specialized cell called a stem cell. These naturally occurring cells have been nicknamed “mini drug stores” by the medical community because they contain a spectrum of bioactive molecules that support the natural regeneration of virtually any tissue type in the body.
Stem cells can become muscle, ligament, tendon, bone, blood, cartilage, brain cells, and more. When the ankle is damaged, they facilitate ankle cartilage repair.
Stem cell therapy for pain, including ankle arthritis pain, takes advantage of these cells’ natural abilities to rapidly grow and differentiate into the types of cells needed at the site of damage, whether the damage is caused by disease or injury.
The Most Commonly Used Stem Cells Come from Your Own Fat Stores
Our adipose(Fat)-derived and bone marrow-derived stem cell therapies for foot and ankle conditions are an innovative therapy practiced in the United States that is safe and effective.*
NSI’s proprietary stem cell therapy begins with the harvesting of stem cells from the fatty tissue that lies just beneath your skin. It’s also possible for to harvest stem cells from bone marrow in an advanced, minimally invasive procedure called bone aspiration, but NSI only advises this in the rare cases.
By and large, stem cell therapy for arthritis is done by harvesting a small sample of this fatty tissue from the patient’s belly area or a thigh or buttock. Stem cells from this fat -medically known as adipose tissue- holds an abundance of exceptionally potent stem cells.
The procedure is minimally invasive and uses only local anesthesia at the site of the harvest.
There are no overnight hospital stays, no need for general anesthesia, and no lengthy post-procedure downtime. In fact, NSI’s stem cell therapy for arthritis or injuries to the foot or ankle is done on an outpatient basis and completed in a matter of a few hours!
Our adipose(Fat)-derived and bone marrow-derived stem cell therapies for foot and ankle conditions are an innovative therapy indicated for a wide variety of conditions whether the pain is due to degenerative conditions, daily activities, sports-related activities, or physical injury.* Yet many people are just learning about it now for the first time. These are not embryonic stem cells or cells from fetuses. These regenerative cells come straight from your own body just a few hours before they’re injected back into your body and put to work to heal disease or dysfunction.