Alternative To Surgery For Joint Pain| Jacksonville Florida

Regenerative medicine is very popular and sought after service. The positive results are causing even more people to look into the powerful medical field known as regenerative medicine. Typically if your orthopedic doctor thinks you need a joint replacement surgery then it makes sense for you to look into the option of regenerative medicine before getting a knee, hip, shoulder, or other joint replaced.

We recognize that surgery may be an option, but it only makes sense to make it your absolutely last option because anytime you have to have surgery there’s a long list of potential issues.

You may feel like you’ve run out of options, but once you discover how so many people who have been told they are ‘bone on bone’ have actually got great results from cell therapy then you’ll understand why it just makes sense to get the truth about stem cell therapy. Finally, you and your loved ones have a safe, highly effective option to harmful prescription drugs that have lead to the opioid crisis. And nobody really wants to have painful joint replacement surgery, but when you think it’s your only option and it may allow you to have less pain than you’re having right now then the knee replacement or other joint replacement is a lesser of evils.

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But, after you attend a FREE Educational SEMINAR to learn the truth about stem cells and joint regeneration therapy then you’ll be at least more informed about your options. Too many times the pain in your joints sometimes is so intense that you’re limited as to what you can do, including common everyday functions. Even if you’ve tried gel shots or cortisone shots, then it may be time for you to stop covering up the pain.

  • Regenerative cell therapy is really just a way to allow your body to do what it was designed to do It’s not uncommon to be so bad that you can’t sleep at night. This may sound too good to be true, but here’s the type of results we’re seeing with some of our patients.  Regenerative cell therapy may help you:
  • Reduce pain Increase strength
  • Regain mobility
  • Accelerate recovery
  • Reverse damage
  • Avoid painful surgery
  • Improve your quality of life

Stem cell injections show the promise and the potential to help improve and possibly regenerate joint damage and degeneration. Plus reduce or possibly alleviate the pain that previously could only be treated by drugs or surgery. Regenerative cell therapy uses umbilical cord stem cells collected from a consenting donor following a healthy c-section delivery. No fetuses or babies are harmed.

The cells are processed and checked for a full slate of diseases following strict FDA guidelines. They are then injected directly into the patient’s where they deliver 3 essential properties for restoring joint health: A high concentration of stem cells Anti-inflammatory cytokines and cellular growth factors essential for building new joint tissue Or any other type of Arthritis, Joint Pain or Injury.

 

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Tiffany Campbell
Tiffany Campbell

Tiffany Campbell has over 12 years in clinical research. She has been the Executive Director at a leading institute and worked at Indiana University, Regenstrief & Indiana Clinical Translational Sciences Institute. She's been an international consultant with multiple clients including Google. Tiffany is a behavioral economics geek who loves her family including her pet Pomsky 'Luna' who has a special place in her heart. She has a passion & drives to create & grow products and businesses that change peoples' lives for the better.
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