For many years, athletes suffering from ortho conditions or sports injuries had surgery as their only option to recovery. Those types of procedures, besides being risky, painful, and with long recoveries, many times did not guarantee the full recovery of the patient.

Today, after many years of research, stem cell therapy has become the greatest recovery option for patients with ortho conditions and sports injuries for it offers a safe and faster recovery method that allows their bodies to heal naturally.

Stem Cell Therapy Treatable Conditions and Candidates

Stem cell therapy (SCT) is the alternative for patients suffering from knee issues, injured sports practitioners, and even patients with natural chronic pain.

In the area of ortho regenerative, SCT offers recovery for a wide variety of conditions and different injuries such as:

  • Articulations.
  • Ligaments.
  • Tendons.
  • Cartilage.
  • and even muscles.

These conditions can be a result of trauma or chronic overuse, however, the longer the procrastination to get therapy, the greater the damage, and thus the pain.

Stem Cell Therapy Benefits

At Rehealth, we use umbilical cord stem cells that are applied to the patient via IV(Intravenous). After only 2 weeks, the candidate will experience the following benefits:

1.- Pain Ease: Stem cells fight cellular inflammation (the main source of pain) that results in pain elimination, and overall improved condition.

2.- Increased Mobility: After only a few days, most patients recalled an increase in mobility, especially those with knee problems or stiffed limbs.

3.- Risen Energy: Another side benefit of SCT is the increase of energy at a cellular level, that turns out into bursting physical strength and reduced lethargy periods during the day. Patients experience a feeling of strength and energy boost.

4.-Quicker Recovery: A traditional knee surgery recovery can take up months, on the other hand, stem cell therapy recovery is almost immediate and patients are able to go back to their normal activities the next day. In most cases, with the newfound energy after the therapy, patients want to work out and move around, none less, we recommend allowing the cells to repair at least 10 days before jumping into sports or high-intensity training.

5.- Tissue Regeneration: Since the therapy promotes the use of homologous resources (the body’s own ability to heal at a cellular level) patients experience an overall health improvement due to the strengthening of the immune system, repair of damaged cells, and most importantly repair of cartilage and damaged tissues.

Stem Cells + Exosomes for Athletes

According to recent discoveries, the combination of stem cell therapy via IV with the application of Exosomes is the best combo to fight ortho injuries and potentialize recovery.

What are Exosomes?

Exosomes are tiny sub-products of any cell in the body (healthy and unhealthy) with a high capacity of communication between cells. When obtained from stem cells and combined with traditional stem cells therapy, exosomes can be incredibly beneficial to ortho patients for the following reasons:

  • They are excellent communicators with cells, so they offer a quicker effect and recovery.
  • Exosomes can be used for DNA, RNA, and protein delivery, thus repairing damaged tissues and modulating the immune system.
  • They have a unique capacity to regenerate damaged tissue faster.
  • Exosomes are harvested from MSC stem cells. They come from umbilical cord stem cells and they are used on articulations only due to their direct capacity to heal and recover.

Exosomes are incredibly beneficial for patients when combined with stem cell therapy as patients can expect a direct quick effect while harvesting the overall health benefits that traditional IV SCT offers. “Give your body a chance to heal itself. Find out what other people are saying about Stem Cell Therapy at Rehealth by clicking here.

At Rehealth, we believe that having informed patients is the only way to deliver optimal healthcare. Visit our website to find out more interesting content and be a part of an amazing health integrated community!

Michelle Ibarra

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *