Stem Cell Therapy

Joint pain relief that isn’t invasive

For those who want an alternative to medications or surgery

Surgery and medication aren’t always the answer. Stop hurting and start healing today.

Medication and surgery aren’t always the best treatments for joint pain relief. Too often, medical treatments focus on relieving pain but don’t focus enough on healing the person. At Peak Health, we use innovative medical treatments to not only relieve joint pain, but to heal patients.

Stem Cell Treatments: One of the most promising treatments to be developed in the past 10 years, stem cell treatments help your body rebuild muscle, bone and nerve tissue. They provide patients with chronic joint pain a more complete healing process, and are safer and far less invasive than surgery.

PRP Treatments: Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) treatments are similar to stem cell treatments in that they are non-surgical and promote long-term healing. PRP is human blood that has had the red blood cells removed. PRP injections are primarily used to treat chronic tendinitis and osteoarthritis, as well as for bone repair and regeneration.

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How does amniotic stem cell therapy work and what benefits does stem cell therapy offer?

Stem cell therapy is a regenerative injection technique that infuses a damaged joint with stem cells from amniotic tissues into your body, as well as the other components that make up the amniotic tissue layer: growth factors that stimulate tissue growth, hyaluronic acid (a natural joint lubricant/buffer that improves mobility), and naturally occurring anti-inflammatory agents such as cytokines et. al. This is collectively known as a “placental tissue matrix.” While this matrix has anti-inflammatory properties, much like cortisone and steroid shots, the beneficial effects of stem cell therapy goes well beyond the benefits and capabilities of standard injection therapy. Stem cell injections also have antimicrobial (germ-killing) and anti-fibrotic (i.e. ability to break down scar tissue) properties as well.

Injectable steroids and oral or topical pain medications only provide temporary pain relief and to nothing to address the underlying problem; stem cells restore damaged tissue while providing pain relief. The growth factors in amniotic stem cells may replace damaged cells in your body.

Are stem cell injections safe?

While there are risks with any procedure that involves injections, the laboratory that Vitality Medical Centers uses for their stem cells has, to date, reported over 150,000 stem cell injection procedures without a single reported adverse effect. There are, of course, always risks associated with an injection procedure (e.g. pain, bleeding, risk of infection, etc.) but sterile technique and administration by a trained physician minimizes these risks.

  • Amniotic stem cell therapy is a preferred type of stem cell therapy because the cells come from an immune privileged site, which means that patient-rejection is all but non-existent.
  • The use of amniotic stem cells is well researched, safe, and effective. Amniotic stem cells have been used by ophthalmologists and plastic surgeons for the last 20 years.
  • All amniotic stem cell donors go through a rigorous screening process, as determined by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB).

Am I a candidate for stem cell therapy?

Patients suffering from any kind of joint, tendon, or ligament pain may be potential candidates for amniotic stem cell therapy. Please keep in mind that not every patient is a reasonable candidate for stem cell therapy and that results from these injections may vary from no response to complete relief of symptoms. Upon evaluation, our physician may be able to provide you with alternative recommendations for treatment of particular conditions, such as physical therapy, viscosupplementation, prolotherapy or PRP (platelet rich plasma) injections, chiropractic care, etc.

How long will it take me to recover?

The procedure itself takes about an hour in the office.  After the procedure, tissue typically takes between one and three months to repair itself, but most patients will notice a change in their symptoms within one to two months. While the total number of injections required may vary depending on age and the type and severity of the condition, most patients require 2-4 sets of injections spaced apart.

Medication and surgery aren’t always the best treatments for joint pain relief. Too often, medical treatments focus on relieving pain but don’t focus enough on healing the person. At Peak Health, we use innovative medical treatments to not only relieve joint pain, but to heal patients.