Regenerative Medicine is the process of replacing, engineering or regenerating human cells, tissues or organs to restore or establish normal function. This is a fairly broad category, but Colorado Stem Cell Center specifically employs Regenerative Medicine procedures to re-establish normal joint function and address soft tissue damage. These procedures typically entail the removal of tissue or blood, followed by careful and highly focused separation of key tissue elements, then expert reinsertion into affected joint areas and soft tissue.
What Injuries & Conditions Do Regenerative Medicine Injections Treat?
We typically recommend PRP and A2M injections with muscle and tendon injuries. Tendonitis of the elbow, foot, hand and wrist. Epicondylitis (tennis elbow) is a common ailment treated with PRP and A2M. Multiple corticosteroid (cortisone) steroid injections have proven to weaken the tendon, so PRP and A2M is an excellent alternative. Lipogems and stem cell injections may postpone or possibly eliminate the need for surgery for arthritic and injured cartilage. depending on the severity of the condition, age and general health, and lifestyle of the patient. We treat the shoulder, knee, spine, ankle, wrist, elbow foot, and spine.
Am I a Candidate for a Regenerative Medicine Procedure?
Depending on other health related issues, (co-morbidities) severity of the injury or arthritis, the number of past corticosteroid (cortisone) steroid injections. Most people respond well to regenerative injection treatments. Our medical staff will determine if you are a candidate. Start by completing the patient questionnaire or give us a call!