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Stem Cell Therapy

With the help of Stem Cell Therapy from Better Life MEdical, you can prevent surgery, minimize joint, hip & back pain, and rebuild cartilage & torn ligaments!

Compared to other pain relief procedures stem cell treatment is more gentle on the body. It is noninvasive and the process is simple for the patient. Cells are collected from one of two places, either fat tissue or bone marrow. These cells are then injected into the affected area painlessly.

It is usually necessary to avoid strenuous exercise at the site of injection for a short period of time after treatment, after which physical therapy or a rehabilitation exercise program is started to strengthen the muscles around the injury. Patients usually return to normal activity within 3-4 weeks. Anti-inflammatory medications (Motrin, Advil, aleve, ibuprofen) should be stopped a week before and after stem cell treatment because they block the initial inflammatory response that stem cell treatment is designed to stimulate and optimize.

Regenerative Medicine

Stem Cell Therapy Can Rebuild You!

Rheumatoid Arthritis

Stem Cell Therapy has shown some promising results when treating autoimmune conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis.

Knee or Hip Pain

You could prevent the need for a surgical knee or hip replacement with the help of Stem Cell Therapy.


Stem cells can significantly improve tendonitis by promoting healing and regulating inflammation in the affected area.

Acute & Chronic Injuries

Stem Cells can be considered the building blocks of the human body. They will help to trigger the healing process for injuries.

Facial Rejuvenation

Stem Cell Therapy also has cosmetic applications. The regenerative properties of stem cells make them useful in facial rejuvenation.

Erectile Dysfunction

Did you know? Stem Cell Therapy can also be used to cure erectile dysfunction in cases where there is evidence of tissue damage.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What Are Stem Cells?

Stem cells are original cells that are able to develop any other type of cell in the body. Because they can become any type of cell-like muscle, bone, or ligament cells they are able to start healing injured tissues. The body can rebuild utilizing stem cell therapy as it delivers a high concentration of stem cells to the weak or injured body area to promote healing.

Is Stem Cell Therapy Better Than Surgery?

Replacement joint surgery has a long and difficult rehabilitation process. It can take months to heal. With stem cell therapy there is no invasive surgery with none of the risks and patients are back on their feet immediately.

What Can Stem Cell Therapy Help?

Stem Cells regenerate cells and tissue. The end result is restored strength in the joints, a better range of motion, increased mobility and in most cases a complete return to normal joint function.

Which Conditions Can Stem Cell Therapy Treat?

There is an extensive list of injuries and painful conditions that can be treated using stem cell therapy. Far too many to create a complete list. As a general guide, if you have ligament damage, joint pain, degeneration or lingering pain anywhere in your body then you could be a candidate for stem cell therapy.

What Are the Benefits of Stem Cell Therapy?

tem cells can replicate in order to produce new cartilage, tendons, ligaments, muscles and even bones. They will help to reduce pain and inflammation while also promoting cell growth and increasing blood vessel growth. Stem Cells also secrete growth factors that promote wound repair and help to trigger the production of collagen.

Where Do Stem Cells Come From?

The stem cells used in your treatment are taken from your own body. In most cases, bone marrow will be withdrawn from your pelvis using a needle. This sample is then processed to separate out the desired stem cells which are then injected back into the body at the site of the pain or injury.