Your body naturally contains great regenerative capabilities. Over the course of your adult life, you possess the ability to heal and grow new tissues when stricken with illness or injury. When you develop in the womb, your generative powers may be at their peak, creating your whole body and all of its later potential to grow and heal.
Today's regenerative medicine looks for ways to enhance your natural healing and regenerative abilities. One of the promising therapies in this emerging field involves injection with amnion derived tissue products. Anthony Lee, MD, supports biologic injections as a nonoperative treatment for a range of medical issues. He offers treatment to new and existing patients from his office at Synergy Rehabilitation & Wellness Center, located in Scottsdale, Arizona.
You can think of “stem cells” as the basic building blocks of your physical body. They generate all the other types of cells with specialized functions that form and operate your body, cells that can become blood cells, bone cells, or brain cells, among many others. Other types of cells can't generate new cell types the way that “stem cells” can.
Because of this unique property, “stem cells” show promise for medical applications of all kinds. In amniotic product injection therapy, we use concentrated cells or growth factors derived from fluids produced during pregnancy to kick-start your own natural healing and regenerative capabilities. You may find that you experience tissue growth, decreased pain, and quicker healing speeds after stem cell treatment.
Patients with a variety of conditions and complaints can potentially benefit from biologic injections. Concentrated cells can adapt themselves to any location on your body, so you don't need to be concerned about complications like rejection.
You could benefit from regenerative medicine therapy if you:
To find out if amniotic “stem cell” injections could help with your musculoskeletal or other physical issues, consult with Dr. Lee at Synergy Rehabilitation & Wellness Center. With just a few simple injection treatments, you could find relief from pain and accelerate your healing. You can schedule your initial consultation appointment with a member of our team by calling our office, or use the convenient online scheduling tool.