- Rotator Cuff – Partial Tears
- Biceps Tendinitis
- Chronic Glenohumeral Ligament Sprains (Shoulder)
- Acromio-Clavicular Joint Pain
- Levator Scapulae Tendinitis and Clavicular Injuries
Shoulder problems usually arise as a result of rotator cuff injuries and or arthritis of joints of the shoulder. Certain types of shoulder joint problems including certain tendon problems and ligament injuries may not respond to stem cell treatments. It is important that each individual case is assessed to determine if stem cell treatments are likely to cause a regenerative effect.
Elbow, Hand and Wrist
- Golfer’s Elbow
- Tennis Elbow
- Ulnar Collateral Ligament Injury of the Wrist
- Distal Biceps Tendon Partial Tear
Elbow and Hand arthritis in joints of the upper extremity is a form of degenerative joint disease. While certain types of elbow and wrist problems, tendon problems and ligament injuries may respond to stem cell treatments, other types may not. Schedule a consultation with us and our stem cell specialists will determine if your condition is of the type that is likely to respond to stem cell treatments.
- ACL Injuries
- Meniscus Tears
- Patellar Tendonitis / Tendinosis
- Ilea-Tibial Bands
- Quadraceps Strain or Partial Tear
- Chondromalacia Patella
- Patellar Arthritis
Our Stem Cell Specialists use a degenerative knee disease protocol that uses the anti-inflammatory and healing effects of SVF, (stromal Vascular Fraction) which is rich in mesenchymal stem cells and growth factors. This protocol also uses PRP, (Platelet Rich Plasma) which optimizes the effects of the SVF. Stem Cell Treatments are performed under local anesthesia on an out-patient basis at the same time of SVF harvesting and preparation and the treatment takes approximately three to four hours.
- Chronic Ligament Strains
- Chronic Achilles Tendinitis
- Chronic Partial Tendon Tear
- Plantar Fascitis
Our degenerative joint disease protocol for ankle treatment also uses the anti-inflammatory and healing effects of SVF, (stromal Vascular Fraction) which is rich in mesenchymal stem cells and growth factors. And PRP, (Platelet Rich Plasma) which optimizes the effects of the SVF. SVF is injected into the ankle treatment areas while the patient is under local anesthesia guided by radiography imaging techniques to ensure accurate deployment of the SVF.