As you may have guessed, stem cell therapy isn’t exactly considered traditional medicine. The biggest difference between stem cell therapy and other general medical practices is that a lot of medical treatments are made in the “one size fits all” mindset because it’s easy and doesn’t take any additional training or experience to do. Modern healthcare is incredible and we would never say otherwise, but just as the old saying says, “if you have a hammer everything looks like a nail.” Stem cell is much more customized and crafted to fit your body and specific needs every time. When you are facing pain, such as through arthritis, would you really want immediate surgical procedures or a life on pain medication? Of course not! Stem cell therapy has seen excellent success and we want to tell you more about it.
Sources of Stem Cells
Where do these stem cells even come from, you ask? This is arguably the most important question for you to ask when looking into therapy, generally speaking the best cells to use are actually your own, straight from your own body! All body tissue has stem cells in it, but some like bone marrow and fat are far more plentiful and viable sources. Also in using your own body as the source, you totally avoid all chance at infections or pathogens. You should be very cautious and wary of any products sold over the counter, as these will not be the same a the therapy used in a medical office.
Success of Stem Cells
We are very proud to see the amazing success behind stem cell treatments already. Roughly 95% of people claim that the procedure was a success and has improved everyday life, and even 80%+ of people say the same after three months. Like all medicine, you and your lifestyle choices heavily impact how successful it may be. We find that those suffering from severe arthritis benefit the most from stem cell and growth factor treatments. No one should have to live in pain!
Risks of Stem Cells
Yes, every patient should know that ANY treatment with the penetration of skin using a needle will carry a very small risk of infection. With proper techniques and guidelines infection is exceedingly rare, only about 1 in 1000 are affected at all by infection. Stem cell therapy and growth factor injections are very safe, but still always ensure you’re working with the best of doctors and only doing things you understand and are comfortable with. Medicine always comes with risks, the best thing you can do for yourself is research the topic so you know what you’re talking about and doing to your body. It is most important to work with a team of skilled medical professionals in stem cell therapy. Stem cell treatment should be left to the professionals and we trust Stem Cell Treatment Charlotte to perform the therapy in a safe and effective manner.