STEM CELL THERAPY FOR SPORTS INJURIES & TRAUMATIC INJURY

Regenerative Stem Cell Therapy for Sport Injuries, joint pain, tedonitis, bursitis

HEAL YOUR BODY NATURALLY WITHOUT PILLS, CORTISONE OR SURGERY

Sports injuries are an inevitable part of a physically active person's life.   Constantly you are putting your body at risk when golfing, playing tennis, jogging... doing the things you love to do...

STEMS CELLS NO LONGER JUST FOR THE ELITE ATHLETE

We are constantly hearing about famous athletes  with severe injuries returning to the top of their game  after stem cell treatments: Tiger Woods, pro-golfer; Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers; Jack Nicklaus, golf-legend; Daisuke Matzuaka, Boston Red Sox; Alex Rodriguez, New York Yankees to name a few.    


Stem Cells are no longer are just for the "elite-athlete," but can help you recover form injuries, improve your quality of life, and make your Golden Years the best years to come.

IMAGINE WALKING, RUNNING and PLAYING GOLF again PAIN FREE?

Discover how REJUVAnation Medical Center Regenerative therapies including Stem Cell Therapy,  RejuvaWAVE®, and Platelet-Rich-Plasma (PRP)  offer an alternative to pain -pills, cortisone or invasive surgery.  Our cutting -edge Regenerative therapies can help ease your pain, decrease inflammation, speed up recover, and maximize your healing success

STEM CELLS NOT MAGIC, BUT OFFER HOPE...

Scientific research is in the early stages of unlocking the full potential of Stem Cell Regenerative Therapy.  Stem Cells Therapy is not a magical cure, but may provide patients with hope by harnessing your body's own healing  powers to Repair, Regenerate and Renew damaged tissue.  


Regenerative therapies may offer an alternative to traditional medicine "band-aid" approach of pain-pills, cortisone shots or invasive surgery.  


In addition,  Stem Cell treatment may also be used as an adjunct therapy along with physical therapy or after a surgical procedure to speed recovery, relieve pain, decrease scar tissue and fibrosis formation,  and facilitate healing of injuries that were resistant to traditional therapies.

WHAT CAN I EXPECT FROM STEM CELL THERAPY?

Stem Cell Therapies are a significant medical breakthrough of the 21st century and hold great promise of revolutionizing medicine.   We are just scratching the surface of unlocking the full potential of Stem Cell Regenerative therapies..


Patient's receiving Stem Cell Therapy often report seeing improvements in 1-2 days due to the immediate anti-inflammatory properties of stem cells:  a decrease in pain, increase in range-of-motion, and increased mobility.  Over the next 3-6 months, patients will continue to experience improvements as regenerative growth factors released from the stem cells stimulate your body's natural healing powers.

Stem cell treatment for knee, tendonitis, bruises, rotator cuff, sprains, ACL and meniscus tears

THE MOST COMMON TYPE OF SPORT INJURIES



  • Knee Injuries to ligaments, ACL  and Meniscus Tears
  • Golfer's or Tennis Elbow
  • Tendon Injuries
  • Tendonitis
  • Soft Tissue Muscle Injuries:  Bruises, Tears
  • Shoulder Injuries: Rotator cuff tears, Shoulder Sprains
  • Cartilage Injuries
  • Ankle Sprains
  • Joint Injuries: Dislocations, Separations and Post-injury arthritis
  • Overuse Injuries as a result of repetitive activities
  • Bone Injuries: non-healing Broken bones or Bruised bones

REGENERATIVE THERAPIES FOR COMMON ELBOW & SHOULDER INJURIES

ELBOW TENDONITIS: TENNIS and GOLFER'S ELBOW

Tennis Elbow and Golfer's Elbow are both elbow tendonitis, damage and inflammation of the tendons  which connect your muscles to the bone. Tennis elbow, lateral epicondylitis, is an inflammation of the lateral (outside) tendons, while golfer's elbow, medial epicondylitis,  is an inflammation of the medial (inside) tendons .


Despite their names, you don't have to play golf or tennis to experience one of these injuries.  Anyone who does repetitive movements at the wrist, such as plumbers, carpenters, mechanics, etc, can develop these overuse injuries leading to micro tears in the tendons.


SIGNS & SYMPTOMS OF TENNIS ELBOW or GOLFER'S ELBOW:

Both conditions have similar signs and symptoms of pain and tenderness and numbness or tingling in your hand.  The difference is with Tennis elbow you feel the pain on the outside of your elbow, and with golfer's elbow you feel the pain more on the inside.  


DIAGNOSIS:

Physical exam, X-ray or MRI


TREATMENT & PROGNOSIS:

Elbow tendonitis often heals  by conservative treatment of rest, ice, and elbow strap.


Patients who don't respond to traditional treatments or want to seed up their recovery, may benefit from Stem Cells, platelet-rich-plasma (PRP) and   RejuvaWAVE® to stimulate repair of the damaged tendon.


REJUVAnation Medical Center's regenerative therapy protocol has the potential to provide lasting pain relief by stimulating your own body to generate new healthy cells and Repair, Regenerate and Renew damaged tissue.


Elbow Tendonitis:  Tennis Elbow pain on outside while Golfer's Elbow is pain on the inside.

Elbow Tendonitis: Tennis Elbow pain on outside while Golfer's Elbow is pain on the inside.

SHOULDER ROTATOR CUFF TENDONITIS OR "IMPINGEMENT SYNDROME"

Rotator Cuff Tendonitis or Impingement Syndrome is an inflammation of the tendons of the shoulder.  The rotator cuff is a group of muscles and tendons that holds the head of your upper arm bone, the humerus, in your shoulder socket.


This is a common condition of athletes who play sports which require frequent lifting of the arm above their head, such as  swimmers, pitchers or tennis players.   Also, rotator cuff tendonitis can develop from keeping your should in one position for a long time  such as sleeping on the same shoulder every night.


SIGNS & SYMPTOMS OR ROTATOR CUFF TENDONITIS

The most common signs which tend to get worse over time:

  •  Pain, swelling, and stiffness in the shoulder
  • Pain when raising or lowering the arm
  • Clicking sound when raise your arm
  • Loss of mobility and strength


DIAGNOSIS:

Diagnosis is made by physical exam of the shoulder and X-ray, ultrasound or MRI


TREATMENT & PROGNOSIS: 

The most common treatment for rotator cuff tendonitis involves rest, ice, and anti-inflammatory drugs to help manage pain and swelling to promote healing.   


Rotator cuff tendonitis usually  heals in 2- 4 weeks with conservative therapy, but severe tendonitis could takes months.


Patients who don't respond to traditional treatments or want to seed up their recovery, may benefit from Stem Cells, platelet-rich-plasma (PRP) and   RejuvaWAVE® to stimulate repair of the damaged tendon.  The natural anti-inflammatory properties of stems cells help to decrease inflammation, swelling and pain and stimulate your body's innate healing capability.

Stem Cell Regenerative Therapies for Rotator Cuff Tendonitis, also known as Impingement Syndrom

Stem Cell Regenerative Therapies for Rotator Cuff Tendonitis, also known as Impingement Syndrom

SHOULDER ROTATOR CUFF TEARS

The Rotator Cuff is made up of four muscles and tendons which hold the bone of your upper arm (the humerus) in your shoulder socket and it helps you to lift and rotate your arm. 


Rotator cuff tears can occur by over stressing the shoulder when lifting above your head, or during an acute acute injury falling on your outstretched arm,or bone spurs, or occurs as we age with normal wear and tear and decreased blood supply to the rotator cuff.   A rotator cuff tear may be "partial" or "complete."


SIGNS & SYMPTOMS OF ROTATOR CUFF TEARS:

  •  Pain at rest, especially at night if sleeping on the damaged shoulder
  • Pain when raising and lowering your arm or with certain movements
  • Weakness when rotating or lifting your arm
  • Crackling sound when moving your shoulder
  • Crackling sensation when moving your shoulder in certain positions.


DIAGNOSIS:

Physical examination, Imaging studies such as X-rays and MRI or ultrasound


TREATMENT & PROGNOSIS:

Over 2 million people a year seek medical help for rotator cuff injuries. Delay in seeking medical attention can result in a rotator cuff tear getting larger.


Conservative treatment consists of rest, ice, PT, anti-inflammatory medication, and steroid injections. Unless it is a complete tear, it is best to try to avoid surgery. Surgery carries risk and fails in about 40-60% of cases resulting in permanent shoulder stiffness, reduced mobility and arthritic changes, and reduced strength of shoulder structures resulting in re-tearing over time.


Stem Cell Regenerative therapies hold promise of healing rotator cuff injuries by promoting your body’s natural repair and regenerative processes.  Placental allograft tissue is administered along with PRP therapy and RejuvaWAVE ® to help repair musculoskeletal damage.  Regenerative therapies can help decrease pain, restore mobility, and facilitate natural tissue repair and regeneration and ultimately save you from having to undergo surgery.

The rotator cuff keeps your arm in your shoulder socket and helps you to lift and rotate your arm.

The rotator cuff keeps your arm in your shoulder socket and helps you to lift and rotate your arm.