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Alleviating Spinal Cord Injuries with Stem Cell Therapy

Suffering a traumatic spinal cord injury is more than just the initial accident: it’s a lifetime of chronic pain. And when physicians and other pain specialists put you through physical therapy and medications that don’t work, it can feel hopeless.

But what if doctors could alleviate the nerve damage from the injury and restore some of your life’s joy again? Modern medicine has confirmed the power of regenerative medicine to assist your spinal cord healing.

They do this by conducting stem cell therapy to vastly improve motor function after patients have experienced debilitating spinal cord injuries. Although stem cell therapy for healing spinal cord damage is in clinical studies, we have succeeded in treating some of the pain.

Practices like ours utilize this new pain management treatment to elevate the lives of our patients. They’ve found transformational pain relief and we want to tell you more about this chronic pain option.

What is a Spinal Cord Injury?

Spinal cord injuries occur when there is a primary injury to an area of the spine that severs or damages the connection from the brain to other parts of the body. From muscles and tissues to organs and the central nervous system, an accident can render the brain incapable of sending signals to those areas.

The result of spinal cord injuries inflicts more than just your back: it affects your entire body. You and other victims have suffered intense pain, loss of motor functions, or even complete paralysis.

But utilizing stem cells in treatment could be a game-changer for patients with spinal cord pain like yourself. This modern medicine may not be able to reverse the serious effects, but you can see significant improvements with pain relief.

How Can Stem Cell Therapy Help Those with Spinal Injuries?

Doctors have believed that your body’s signals can be repaired if your spinal cord’s cells were restored. They are still working to discover exactly how to achieve this for a full spinal cord recovery. But you can still gain incredible pain relief with stem cell therapy.

Dr. Khan and Dr. Ryklin, two of our pain experts, use amniotic stem cells to reduce the chronic spinal cord pain of Arizonians. This is a natural, safe, and ethical process that can change your pain recovery journey if you’ve never tried it.

We value your health and do not offer stem cell therapy of other cell types, such as embryonic stem cells. Not all Americans with spinal injuries are aware they can reap benefits from regenerative medicine.

Can Anyone Participate in Stem Cell Therapy?

Our pain specialists meet with you as a part of your personalized intervention plan to consider various treatments, including stem cell therapy. If we believe regenerative medicine is right and could reverse years of chronic pain, then we will recommend you for it.

We will often pair stem cell therapy with a traditional pain management injection to compare the results. Our team will continue to administer the option that alleviates the most pain so you can experience zeal for living again.

Begin Your Personalized Healing Journey Today

We use amniotic stem cells to repair and heal many different painful conditions, including sports injuries and arthritis. Although regenerative medicine cannot restore functions and completely heal spinal cord injuries, there is a potential for incredible pain relief. You can live in healing and breakthrough from your chronic pain if you have the courage to start the journey.

Trusting Dr. Khan and Dr. Ryklin to care for your spinal cord pain is the first step toward wholeness and restoration. They can assess your suffering and decide based on years of pain management expertise whether stem cell therapy could help.

Schedule a visit with us to discuss developing a treatment plan that will bring you healing and relief today by calling (480).986.7246.

The statements on this blog are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The author of the blog is contracted third-party writer. We do not in any way guarantee or warrant the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any message and will not be held responsible for the content of any message. Always consult your Arizona Pain and Spine provider or your other personal physicians for specific medical advice.

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