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But if you have back pain that lasts for more than three months, you could be experiencing one of the following chronic conditions:
Bulged or herniated disc
Stained muscle or ligament
Arthritis in the spine
Conditions caused by scoliosis
Naturally, the cartilage between your joints wears down over time and causes osteoarthritis, the most common type of arthritis.
Many people over the age of 45 will experience osteoarthritis in their hands, knees, hips, and most commonly, the spine. When there isn’t enough cartilage, friction occurs between bones, which causes pain and can also result in bone spurs around the spine.
Unfortunately, osteoarthritis gets worse over time, making everyday life difficult and painful. If you’re experiencing chronic pain from osteoarthritis, please get in touch with us today to discuss your condition and see if stem cell therapy is a viable option for you.
Stem Cell Therapy for Degenerative Disc Disease
When the cushioning in between your spine’s vertebrae starts to wear away, this is known as degenerative disc disease. Those cushions are known as spinal disks, and they work like little shock absorbers so you can move and twist easily. So when they naturally wear down with age, it causes your bones to rub together painfully.
Adults over the age of 40 will usually develop degenerative disc disease. Those at a higher risk include adults who have experienced a herniated disk, spinal stenosis, adult scoliosis, a severe fall, or work at a physically demanding job.
Usual treatments can include physical therapy, exercise, steroid injections, or surgery. Stem cell therapy is a procedure where we inject stem cells into the affected areas, allowing them to multiply and regenerate spinal disks. And for most patients, no other follow-up procedures or medication is necessary.
Stem Cell Therapy for Lumbar Arthritis
Arthritis in the lower back, just above the pelvis, is known as lumbar arthritis. And osteoarthritis, a condition we discussed a few moments ago, is the most common cause of lumbar arthritis. Someone with lumbar arthritis experiences pain in the lower back and the pelvic area, buttocks, and thighs. Some can also suffer from muscle spasms, stiffness, and limited motion.
Stem cell therapy may bring you relief. At Cendant Stem Cell Center, we treat lumbar arthritis by injecting stem cells into the lower back to help your body regenerate new tissue. People who chose this therapy reported less pain and swelling and an overall improvement in quality of life.
Is Stem Cell Therapy Right For You?
When at-home treatments don’t seem to help, and you’re not interested in having surgery, stem cell therapy for back pain can be an alternative solution.
If over-the-counter remedies, stretches, and anti-inflammatories don’t seem to be helping, there is a new, up-and-coming solution that could be the answer to your back pain woes. Some researchers state that stem cell therapy for back pain not only stops the pain but also helps strengthen your back, so the pain does not return.
At Cendant Stem Cell Center, we inject ethically sourced stem cells in the area where you are experiencing pain. Then, the stem cells get to work, multiplying and regenerating to heal the damage. We don’t approve stem cell therapy for everyone. After an extensive review of your current condition and medical history, we will determine if you are a candidate for stem cell therapy.
Please see the comments and personal video testimonies on our website to see our patients’ experience and their personal journey to wellness with Cendant.