Stem Cell Therapy for Pain

Dealing with Chronic Pain

Over 50 million Americans suffer from chronic pain. Chronic pain can make it difficult to perform even the most basic life functions like driving, going to work, even enjoying leisure time. Unfortunately many people who suffer from chronic pain turn to prescription medications that can become addictive. Opioid overdoses are one of the leading causes of death in America, and prescription drugs can carry many other damaging side effects.

Stem cell therapy is a non-invasive, non-surgical treatment to deal with chronic pain that does not involve any habit-forming substances. A few stem cell injections can get you well on your way to saying goodbye to chronic pain for good—all by treating the root causes and helping heal your body from the inside out.

How Stem Cell Therapy Treats Pain

There are hundreds of different causes for chronic pain—from arthritis to fibromyalgia, to degenerative disc disease, even aging—but almost all of the causes have something in common: they stem from damaged nerves, bones, joints, or tissues. Damaged cells cause the body to operate in a suboptimal way, and this friction is what causes pain.

The regenerative properties of stem cells have the potential to help repair your damaged cells and get your body operating optimally for reduced pain. Stem cell injections target damaged or painful areas and recruit the body’s own cells to assist in the regeneration and repair of damaged nerves or tissues. Stem cell therapy is a natural way to help your body heal itself and return to a life unfettered by crippling chronic pain.