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Osteoarthritis (OA)

How to cure arthritis? As proven in these thousands of cases, stem cells can stop the progression of osteoarthritis and even improve the condition of the affected joints. But without an effective treatment, joint degeneration simply won’t stop.

If not halted, the ultimate outcome is either crippling pain or joint replacement. The medical team at Infinity Medicina Regenerativa will tell you that finally, they can provide the relief from this crippling disease that you are seeking.

Symptoms of Arthritis include:

  • Pain
  • Bone Spurs
  • Stiffness
  • Tenderness
  • Swelling
  • Loss of Flexibility
  • Grating Sensation
Experience with Stem Cell Therapy for Osteoarthritis

Experience With Stem Cell Therapy For Osteoarthritis

At our medical facility we offer the regenerative benefits of mesenchymal stem cells, ethically harvested from donated umbilical cords. These young stem cells are vibrant with the ability to support the healing of bone and cartilage affected by arthritis. Our stem cell therapy for arthritis returns function while relieving pain.

And because of our location, we can offer more intensive treatments than are available in the U.S. In our country, we can expand the number of mesenchymal stem cells by letting them proliferate in a medium before administration. This means that we can, for a comparable price, offer 30 to 100 million healing cells instead of the one to three million commonly used for treatment in the U.S. We start our expansion process with fresh donated cells, never using frozen ones as we find freezing reduces the viability of the cells.

If you’re new to the idea of stem cell treatment, there’s been more experience with stem cell therapy for osteoarthritis than for any other health condition. Years of experience and thousands of cases have proven its effectiveness.

What Is Osteoarthritis?

While you may have heard of osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, you may not know that there are actually 100 different types of arthritis. What all these types of arthritis have in common is that they cause pain, usually accompanied by inflammation, fatigue and a long list of other symptoms.

What is Osteoarthritis? Degenerative arthritis is simply another name for osteoarthritis and is the most common type of arthritis. Inflammation in the joints of the hands, feet, spine, hips or knees gradually destroys cartilage, and that steals away your ability to stand, walk, hold tools, write or type and function in daily life. You also lose your flexibility. Movement causes pain and the feeling of one bone grinding against another.

A patient with an osteoarthritis knee, hips, spine or other joint will commonly be prescribed anti-inflammatory medications like acetaminophen or naproxen or they will be instructed to rub on pain-relieving creams like a product containing capsaicin. While exercise will help the condition, it can be hard to exercise when you’re in pain.

What Does The Body Need To Heal Itself?

Multiple studies have shown that stem cells zero in on areas of inflammation that are found in diseased tissue such as those affected by osteoarthritis. Stem cells are accompanied by growth factors and cytokines that help stimulate the healing forces of the body. These stem cells also produce proteins, collagens and peptides that the body uses to repair tissues not only in areas affected by osteoarthritis but all over the body.

With this healing wash of young, potent stem cells and these accompanying healing factors, we can accomplish a rapid improvement of the pain and inflammation caused by Osteoarthritis. What’s best of all is that recovery can be accomplished without the pain, drugs, dangers and extensive recovery of joint replacement surgery.

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