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Does Stem Cell Therapy for Hamstring Injury Really Work?

When we hear the words “hamstring injury,” we instinctively think of professional athletes who have suffered a sudden setback during a game, or in training.

We assume that they will rest for a couple of weeks while the muscle heals, and be back in action with no after-effects.

But what if the injury does not heal? And what if you are not a young, professional athlete and you have persistent pain in the back of your thigh that simply will not go away?

In such circumstances, could stem cell treatment be an answer? How does stem cell therapy for hamstring injuries work?

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What is a Hamstring Injury?

The hamstrings are thick muscles that run down the back of your thigh. They are responsible for the movement of your hip, thigh, and knee.

Your hamstrings can be injured through both athletic activity and unusual movements during daily living opportunities. You could suffer a pulled muscle, or a partial, or complete tear.

Whatever the reason for it, hamstring injuries can be painful and irritating, and lead to prolonged inactivity while it heals.

How Does Stem Cell Therapy for Hamstring Injuries work?

Stem cell treatment involves healthy stem cells being injected directly into a painful area. Those cells then work to support healing.

Stem cell therapy can deliver the following benefits:

  • Quicker recovery: Stem cells may work to promote healthy tissue and reduce pain.
  • Less inflammation: Stem cells support decreased inflammation and associated pain.
  • Tissue regeneration: Stem cells signal the body’s own healing properties to support healthy tissue restoration.

How Stem Cell Therapy for Hamstring Injuries is Applied

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Stemwell uses highly concentrated, robust, umbilical cord stem cells to deliver our stem cell treatments. All our stem cells are ethically sourced from healthy donor umbilical cords.

The stem cells are injected directly into the affected area and they can also be introduced intravenously. They signal your body’s cells to decrease inflammation and promote healing.

Speak to Stemwell Today to Find Out More

Carlos Guerrero Silva

Stem cell therapy for hamstring injuries has the potential to make a positive impact and support healing. Our expert team at the Stemwell Clinic are dedicated to supporting you and helping to improve your quality of life.

If you would like to know more, please schedule a free initial consultation with us. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

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