Stem Cell Therapy for Back Conditions

Patients afflicted with a painful back condition, such as arthritis or degenerative disc disease, can trust our clinic to bring them help. Infinite Regeneration Medical Group’s revolutionary stem cell procedures treat all the damage and underlying conditions that cause your back pain.

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If you suffer with any of the following back conditions, read below to learn more about how Stem Cell Therapy can restore your health and help you live pain-free!

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Back Pain

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Facet Syndrome

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Degenerative Disc Disease

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Lumbar Arthritis

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Osteoarthritis

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At Infinite Regeneration Medical Group we specialize in back pain treatment. We have pioneered the industry’s latest proven alternatives to surgery and steroids. Our in-office, same-day procedures will alleviate your back pain regardless of the cause. We treat a range of conditions including spondylolisthesis, spinal arthritis, intervetebral disc degeneration, spinal stenosis and herniated discs. Even those with little or no cartilage around their knee have benefited from Infinite Regeneration Medical Group’s procedures.

Infinite Regeneration Medical Group’s revolutionary platelet rich plasma (PRP) and Stem Cell Therapy procedures treat all the damages and underlying conditions that cause you pain. Our doctors will inject these cells to the target area, and they then act as an immunologically privileged material to rebuild and strengthen the damaged tissue which causes back pain.

icon-backFacet Syndrome

Facet syndrome is a condition that affects the small joints between the vertebrae that make up the spine, and is one of the most common conditions causing lower back and neck pain. These joints are constantly moving, providing the stability and flexibility needed to walk, sit, turn, and bend. Each of these small joints of neck and spine contain soft tissues and cartilage that absorb shock during these movements are important to protect the bones from rubbing against each other and causing friction. This can cause inflammation and swelling of the joints, headaches, and make even slight movements painful.

Facet syndrome has historically been difficult to treat, but new developments in regenerative medicine offer new, advanced treatment options. Stem Cell Therapy is a natural alternative to the risks of medications, steroid injections, and surgery. By using these regenerative cells, our specialists can target specific areas of pain and inflammation to alleviate pain and trigger an immune response that helps heal damaged tissues. Our non-invasive procedures can be done in a same-day, in-office visit.

icon-backDegenerative Disc Disease

The spine is made up of several vertebrae, separated by soft tissue and cartilage that provides cushioning between the bones. The cartilage between each bone is called a disc, and each disc keeps the bones from rubbing against one another. Disc degeneration occurs when this cartilage wears down or becomes damaged.

If left untreated, disc degeneration can limit mobility, and lead to bone spurs and chronic pain. People suffering from back problems no longer have to settle for pain medications, steroid injections, or risky surgical procedures. Regenerative Cell Therapy is an advanced, non-surgical procedure that rebuilds degenerating discs and tissues. Our team of specialists is experienced in finding the right treatment options that can reduce inflammation and the development of scar tissue, and get you feeling better fast.

icon-backLumbar Arthritis

Lumbar arthritis is chronic inflammation if the soft tissues within the joints of the lower back. Cartilage discs that sit between each vertebrae provide support and stability for the constant movement in the back. When the supportive tissues are damaged from injury or begin to deteriorate, painful swelling and inflammation can occur from friction between the bones.

Arthritis can become an ongoing, chronic issue that not only causes pain, stiffness, and swelling, but can limit mobility and the ability to perform daily activities. The use of regenerative medicine techniques can eliminate the inflammation that causes symptoms of lumbar arthritis. Regenerative Cell Therapy is a procedure that uses healing cells to target pain areas, reduce inflammation, and even generate new growth of supportive soft tissues.

icon-backOsteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis is the degeneration of the protective cartilage that covers the ends of the bones in the joints. It is also known as degenerative arthritis or wear and tear arthritis. The protein that makes up the cartilage degenerates by forming tiny cracks or by flaking. This can eventually result into a total loss of cartilage. Once the cartilage is lost, the friction between the bones can stimulate spurs or bony growths to form around the joints.

Rather than going for the traditional treatments, you can visit Infinite Regeneration Medical Group for a non-invasive alternative. Our same-day procedure eliminates the pain, recovery time and risk associated with traditional treatments. Our procedure also treats the underling damage that causes the pain. Infinite Regeneration Medical Group treatment for osteoarthritis typically includes a combination of Regenerative Cell Therapy and our advanced form of platelet rich plasma (PRP) therapy which has been fortified and enhanced with additional natural growth factors and cytokines.

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