Going that extra mile is one of the most rewarding things in life. Whether it’s running a marathon, riding a bike through the mountains, power lifting, or doing crossfit —pushing forward to achieve one’s goals is stimulating and rewarding.
But there can be consequences to this lifestyle. Over time, injuries could occur. Running wears down knees. Lifting heavy weights strains the neck and back. Tendons, ligaments, and joints suffer from wear and tear. If you love to work out, but injuries have slowed you down, you might ask: “How can I recover quickly?”
There are options. One is reconstructive surgery, but there are several issues to consider before pursuing it. Since it is an invasive approach, the risk of post-operative complication is greater. Also, the path to rehabilitation can be long and is likely to keep you out of action for a while. For this reason, Stem Cell Therapy has emerged as a popular non-invasive alternative to surgery.
Stem cells are unspecialized cells — meaning that they initially do not have any specific bodily function — that are able to give rise to specialized cells (e.g. blood, tissue, and organ cells). Stem cells also split and regenerate, through a process known as cellular differentiation, to continuously create new stem cells. As the result, stem cells rebuild organically, and the rehabilitation period is shorter and less demanding than surgery.
Stem Cell Therapy is a cutting-edge approach that is not covered by insurance, so it’s crucial to find a doctor who is knowledgeable and well trained about the approach. Otherwise, your hard earned dollars may go to waste.
CLICK HERE or CALL 678-582-2695 if you’re interested in stem cell therapy for treating conditions such as tennis elbow, shoulder pain, plantar fasciitis, metatarsalgia, partial ligament tears, hip pain, heel pain, hand injuries, foot pain, epicondylitis, diabetic foot, Achilles tendon injury, or any other conditions.