Regenerative Medicine

We invite you to learn more about the addition of Regenerative Medicine to our office therapies. Below is a short video and a link to our Regenerative Medicine – A Patient Guide web page for more information. Regenerative Medicine can help with pain in joints WITHOUT SURGERY or DOWNTIME!

Regenerative Medicine Helps:

  • Knee Pain
  • Hip Pain
  • Wrist or Hand Pain
  • Elbow Pain
  • Foot Pain
  • Shoulder Pain
  • Peripheral Neuropathy
  • Arthritis Pain

Regenerative Medicine is:

  • Simple, safe, effective alternative to joint replacement surgery.
  • Used widely within orthopaedic, sports medicine and pain management practices to reverse joint degeneration.
  • Joint injection of human stem cells provides structural support for tissue and joints.
  • A way to achieve amazing results with chronic pain.
  • Human stem cell tissue repairing arthritis and joint cartilage alleviating joint pain.
  • A natural alternative to joint replacement and pain medications.
  • Helping to maintain your independence as you age.
"Our purpose is to give you a long, pain-free and healthy life. Our patient's quality of life is our #1 goal. Advanced Healthcare Solutions offers a wide range of natural health and wellness services to promote healthy clean living in our community. We are dedicated to the advancement and education of holistic health services for our patients. In addition to Regenerative Medicine we offer Chiropractic Care, Massage Therapy, Acupuncture, Dry Needling, Peripheral Neuropathy Therapy, Applied Kinesiology, Weight Loss, Food Allergy Testing, and Decompression Therapy."
Adam M Davis, DC, DIBAK, DABCA, DCBCN
Advanced Healthcare Solutions

Stem Cell Therapy

Advanced Healthcare Solutions Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Therapy is a game changer with its healing capabilities of degenerative joints. Using stem cells from healthy humna umbilical cords, we are able to slow and reverse the aging process of joints avoiding pain and possible joint replacement.

Stem cells have the unique characteristic of rebuilding joint structures in the body. Cartilage, tendons and ligaments can be repaired using stem cell therapy.

Mesenchymal stem cells, found in the Wharton’s Jelly of the umbilical cord, contains growth factors and other essential components necessary for regeneration. It consists of high amounts of collagen, hyaluronic acid and cartilage building materials from growth factors that are essential to healing and regeneration.

We believe products from umbilical cord tissue can be used as alternatives to NSAID & steroid injections and help assist with pain in the field of musculoskeletal injuries.

Studies report that mesenchymal stem cells products isolated from umbilical cord tissue are more effective and less invasive than those isolated from adult cells.

How Does Stem Cell Therapy Work?

  • A simple injection of concentrated stem cells rebuild joint surfaces and cartilage ensuring the greatest improvement of joint health.
  • Stem cells have high anti-inflammatory properties due to large concentrations of growth factors and cytokines which reduce joint pain and swelling from arthritis naturally.
  • Stem cells contain high levels of hyaluronic acid which assist in lubricating, supporting, and aiding joint mobility.

Who Needs Stem Cell Therapy?

  • People with chronic pain from arthritis, degenerative condition, or injury.
  • People with bone on bone conditions.
  • People who are not surgical candidates or do not want surgery.
  • People who are too old or too young for surgery.
  • People who cannot afford surgery or excessive down time from work or activities.
  • People who want to get their active lifestyle back.
  • People on medication for pain.

 

Regenerative Medicine – A Patient Guide

... Sounds impressive but confusing, right? Well in layman's terms it means our bodies were designed to heal themselves! Makes sense... you cut yourself, it heals. Imagine if pain medication was no longer needed. Imagine if the need for a surgical procedure was prolonged or no longer necessary. Through new…

Are Stem Cells alive?

Stem cell injections work similar to flu shots. Flu shots are dead viruses used create an immune response. Because stem cells are viable they generate a healing response that activates a restructuring process to regenerate tissues needed to combat pain, inflammation and degeneration. This process repairs joint structures and reduces…

What type of Stem Cells are used?

We use human Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSC) from the Wharton’s Jelly of umbilical cord which has been shown to have the highest proliferative potential, being the most effective producing the greatest results.

What is the difference between stem cell types?

The umbilical cord has millions of concentrated mesenchymal stem cells within the Wharton’s Jelly. Even though there are healing and anti-inflammatory growth factors and cytokines in the amniotic fluid, cord blood and other fetal tissues lack the large concentration of MSC found in the umbilical cord. The highest concentration of…

What is regenerative medicine?

Regenerative Medicine utilizes stem cell therapy to regenerate tissues needed to improve health. At AHS we use a combination of Stem Cell Therapy and Plasma Rich Protein (PRP) to treat musculoskeletal conditions such as cartilage, ligament and tendon injuries and chronic degenerative joint disorders of the extremities.

Which conditions do you treat with Regenerative Medicine?

Degenerative Joint Disease Hip osteoarthritis Knee osteoarthritis Ankle osteoarthritis Shoulder osteoarthritis Elbow osteoarthritis Wrist osteoarthritis Tendonitis (Chronic tendonitis or partial-thickness tears) Rotator cuff Biceps Golfers/Tennis elbow Tendonitis around the thigh (Gluteus medius, hamstring, piriformis syndrome) Patellar or quadriceps tendonitis Tendonitis around the ankle (Peroneal, Tibialis posterior) Achilles Plantar fasciitis Ligament…

Stem Cell Therapy Contradictions

Therapeutic contradictions Exacerbated vasculitis: capillaritis, phlebitis, arteristis (treatment with fetal stem cells is possible after at least three months of remission). Acute thrombosis (treatment is possible not earlier than 3-6 months after exacerbation). Acute hemophthalmia (after 3 months). Expressed pulmonary hypertension secondary to vasculitis, thrombosis, pneumonia, development of acute or…

Where do your stem cells come from?

Fetal tissue donation starts with a pre-birth contract between the parents and tissue bank. From healthy, scheduled Caesarian births, fetal tissues are cryogenically frozen much like frozen eggs used in vitro fertilization. If any unforeseen complications occur during pregnancy or delivery process the tissues are discarded.

How do Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs) work?

MSCs contain chemicals that signal growth factors and cytokines which reduce inflammation and turn into tissues needed to reconstruct bone, cartilage, muscle, tendon, and ligaments, repairing degenerative joints and helping many chronic degenerative conditions.

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