Regenerative therapy is a branch of medicine that helps repair, restore and regenerate damaged or injured cells to rebuild impaired function caused due to trauma,
Are steroid shoulder injections or surgery the only options for shoulder pain treatment?
Medica Stem Cells Clinics offer minimally invasive, non-surgical, safe alternatives for shoulder pain treatment to get your life back on track without shoulder surgery or steroid injections!
The shoulder joint is one of the most mobile joints in the human body. The mobility of this joint makes it susceptible to several injuries, especially in athletes who regularly overuse shoulder joint with repetitive overhead movements or athletes who participate in a contact sport. Shoulder injuries, tend to heal slowly and managing shoulder injury is difficult with conventional treatment. Non-surgical Regenerative Cell Therapy for the shoulder is the next-generation treatment that treats the cause of pain, not just the symptoms. Regenerative Therapy is an alternative treatment option for the shoulder pain that has been proven successful by researchers and doctors. The doctors utilise this treatment for a variety of conditions, including rotator cuff tear, shoulder pain arthritis treatment, osteoarthritis, labral tear, shoulder bursitis treatment, frozen shoulder and overuse injuries. Regenerative treatment for shoulder pain is a viable alternative to shoulder replacement surgery.
Shoulder surgery and post-surgical recovery can be painful, requiring a lengthy rehabilitation period to restore strength and mobility. We, at Medica Stem Cells Clinic, provide an alternative to alleviate shoulder pain with Regenerative Treatment procedures like Stromal Vascular Fraction Therapy or Platelet Rich Plasma – PRP Therapy. Patients typically experience little or no downtime after Regenerative treatments.
The non-surgical Regenerative Therapy utilises biologic material harvested directly from the patient’s body to help self-heal disease and injury by accelerating healing, regenerating tissue and combatting pain, thus reducing dependency on pain medication or surgery.