According to experts one of the most promising areas for arthritis treatment is the use of autologous adult mesenchymal stem cells. These are progenitor cells means the cells that can differentiate into other cells. These cells are present within the patient. Though most descriptions of the use of mesenchymal stem cells have come from evaluations of patients with osteoarthritis the research and findings are quite encouraging. Stem cells have shown encouraging results among other joints such as evaluated include the shoulder as well as the hip. Further investigation is on-going for joints such as the base of the thumb, ankle, and the base of the big toe.
Stem Cell Therapy for Knees has shown immense response in patients suffering from autoimmune arthritis. Patients with complications and condition deterioration and inability to perform routine activities of daily living or profession impacted have responded well to stem cell therapy. There is a noticed improvement in their condition and they are on way to complete recovery. They are even able to resume sports as well as operating. While the exact diagnosis regarding every patient’s arthritis is unknown, the clinical presentation suggests the diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis.
Stem Cell Treatment has shown promise for spinal cord injuries as well. Stem cells are found in all multi cellular organisms and are characterized by their ability to differentiate into a diverse range of specialized cells when they divide and renew themselves. They are remarkable for their ability to regenerate themselves into almost any other human cell. Their use in the treatment of numerous diseases and life altering conditions, such as Leukemia, Multiple Sclerosis, is now becoming more common.
The doctors depending on the condition advice stem cells transplant to the patient to help renew and regenerate previously damaged cells, giving patients renewed hope when, before, no reliable treatment existed.
One of the most painful injuries anyone can endure is the tearing of knee’s anterior cruciate ligament, or ACL as it’s commonly referred to. Not only is this injury associated with all the agony that comes along with it, but also its long healing process. Well, today the case is different as earlier in the day when traditional surgery was your only option to repair your ACL injury. Now, thanks to new advances in the medical field, these injuries can be treated with stem cell therapy.
South Florida Regenerative Medicine Center (SFRMC) is dedicated to providing patients with the best treatment options for superior outcomes and optimal healing. They offer advanced treatment options based on the latest research in the field of regenerative medicine in order to specialize our treatments and obtain the best results for each individual.