Orthopedics

Stem Cell Therapy for Knee Pain or Injury

Mast Stem Cell Knee Therapy

Stem Cell Therapy for Knee Pain or Injury

It’s no secret that as we get older, we are more likely to suffer from knee pain or get injured because we start losing vital cellular proteins that contribute to healthy joints and bones. Knee pain is one of the most common result of this loss of cellular protein, especially in individuals who were involved in athletics.

During the healing process, stem cells are able to differentiate into specialized cells (muscle, tendons, cartilage, bone) to renew the injured knee area. They also cause other important cells to come to the site of injury, which in turn increases blood flow and the release of growth factors that are needed to repair and regenerate.

There is no guarantee of the results of stem cell therapy for knee pain or injury. Typically, patients experience soreness near the injection site, but after about a week they start to experience a gradual decrease in pain and an improvement in the movement of the knee joint. Some patient’s symptoms are alleviated after the first injection; other patients may need more then one injection to improve their condition. We recommend other therapies like IV Vitamin Therapy before the stem cell injection to detox our bodies and maximize the results of the Stem Cell Therapy.