The most advanced alternative treatment to surgery.
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Stem cell treatments assist in the replacement, regrowth, repair and rejuvenation on a cellular level that is more advanced than many other treatments. They restore more youthful levels of energy and resolve age-related damage to face, body, organs and joints.
Treatment plans vary based on your condition and the consultation with our doctors. Treatment options for pain and orthopedics are done via injections of cells processed in a laboratory. Our highly-trained Dr. Cecil Graham MD will take stem cells from the patient's bone marrow and prepare them to be the most effective for the expected outcomes.
These treatments are commonly used to treat joint pains especially in the knees, hips, shoulders, elbows, spine, meniscus tears and more where cartilage and/or ligament injuries have occurred.
Stem cell therapy can be a great option for arthritis, bursitis, overuse injuries, meniscus tears, tennis elbow, and other painful conditions: This revolutionary treatment can help you regain your strength and mobility, get rid of pain, and build stronger joints.
Stem Cell treatments also offer new hope for patients with lung conditions and autoimmune conditions. They can be profoundly stimulate healing and help support lung function or counteract the damaging effects of autoimmune reactions. Research is still in its beginnings, but the data available is very promising.
Cecil Graham, M.D. is currently the Medical Director for Stamp Medical. He is a native of West Virginia and graduated with his undergraduate and medical degree from West Virginia University. Dr. Graham completed his residency in Anesthesiology and fellowship in Pain Management at Loma Linda Medical Center in California. Dr. Graham has had a long medical career of successful stem cell treatments. Read more about Cecil Graham, M.D.
Two types of stem cells can be used during treatment depending on what procedure you decide to go with:
An autologous stem cell transplant uses a person’s own stem cells. In this procedure, stem cells are harvested from the patients bone marrow then processed and reinjected into desired area same day.
An allogeneic stem cell transplant uses stem cells collected from another donor whose human leukocyte antigens (HLA) matches to the patient’s. The stem cell donor may be related to the patient, or they may be an unrelated volunteer that has been stored for use in treatments.
Autologous/Bone Marrow Harvested Stem Cells
Frozen Donor Umbilical Stem Cells
Stem cells are cells that have the potential to develop into some or many different cell types in the body, depending on whether they are multipotent or pluripotent. Serving as a sort of repair system, they can theoretically divide without limit to replenish other cells for as long as the person or animal is still alive. When a stem cell divides, each "daughter" cell has the potential to either remain a stem cell or become another type of cell with a more specialized function, such as a muscle cell, a red blood cell, or a brain cell. What they have in common is that they have the ability to make other types of cells. No other cell in the body can do that.
Some stem cells can renew themselves and become virtually any cell in the body. Those are called pluripotent stem cells. They include embryonic stem cells. Other stem cells don't have as much potential for self-renewal and can't make as many types of cells. The most basic kind of stem cells are the cells that make up an embryo soon after an egg is fertilized. These stem cells divide over and over, eventually making almost all the different cells in the body. Adult stem cells, in contrast, are "fully differentiated." That means they are what they are and do what they do. They can't choose another career.
Cell-based therapies, collectively known as regenerative medicine, hold the promise of repairing or even replacing damaged or diseased organs. Depending on which tissues they come from, stem cells have very different properties. Those from umbilical cord blood are quite different from those from fat, for example. Stem Cell Treatment for Knees, hips, shoulders, elbows & more. Now, in numerous cases, stem cell therapy for knees and other joints is reducing pain and repairing cartilage. As a result, many people have been able to improve their quality of life and avoid surgery altogether.
That means if you have a stem cell procedure, it will be used to treat the symptoms of arthritis only. The ability to cure the disease entirely is not yet available. No major research studies have specifically investigated stem cell treatment for arthritis.
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