There is a reason why the phrase “a pain in the neck” is so frequently used to describe a situation – or person – that is causing you considerable irritation and frustration.
Neck injuries can be extremely painful, and make a significant difference both to your range of movement and quality of life. However, it is possible for stem cell therapy for a neck injury to support the body’s tissue regeneration and improve your condition.
Neck injuries can be caused by a wide variety of issues. You could suffer pain through muscle overuse, age-related wear and tear, or conditions such as osteoarthritis.
Herniated or bulging neck discs are uncomfortable and may lead to nerve pain, while many people suffer whiplash injuries when coming to a sudden stop in their automobile.
It has been reported that more than 30 per cent of all adults in the United States will suffer from neck pain in any year. Intervertebral disc degeneration is also common, affecting 90 per cent of adults over 50 years old. This degeneration can cause severe discomfort wherever it occurs in the spine, including the neck.
Stem cell therapy for a neck injury to support damaged tissue regeneration, reduce inflammation, and support healing makes it a compelling option for people suffering from neck pain.
Whatever the reason for your neck pain, and however your symptoms present, stem cell therapy may improve your condition by supporting a decrease in symptoms, an increase in mobility, support healing, and generally improve your quality of life.
Umbilical cord stem cells are undifferentiated cells that signal the body to decrease inflammation, repair, regenerate, and heal. Stem cells, when injected directly into an affected area (targeted stem cell treatment) can work to support healing and decrease pain.
At Stemwell, we believe the best source is donated umbilical cord stem cells from healthy mothers.
Stem cells may be injected directly into the neck to target the source of your discomfort directly. They can also be applied intravenously. Once they enter your body, they signal your cells to decrease inflammation and promote healing.
In the case of neck pain, this can deliver benefits including a greater range of movement, a decreased amount of pain, and an increased ability to sleep well and to perform day-to-day functions.
It is fair to say that stem cell therapy for a neck injury has the potential to be highly beneficial for people who suffer from this regrettably common type of pain.
The dedicated, trained, and respected team at Stemwell work to support people with a wide range of medical issues, including neck pain. We are happy to discuss with you in detail how stem cell therapy may benefit you and your situation.
You are very welcome to join us for a free initial consultation with one of our team members at which we can get to know you and the issues you are experiencing. Please get in touch today.
Our mission is to bring hope, healing, and a personalized plan to every patient we meet. We believe the caring hands and expertise of our doctors along with our proven protocols provide the best possible outcomes. We follow the highest ethical international standards offering transparency, honesty, and clinical accuracy.
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Stem cell therapy offers no guarantees and is not promoted as a cure. This is similar to many other medical treatments. Reviewing the patient’s medical history is necessary to determine stem cell therapy eligibility. Any personal information provided is for internal and medical use with our medical providers only. The Stemwell Health headquarters is located in McLean, Virginia. Stemwell Health Virginia is not a stem cell treatment facility or surgical center. Treatments are not conducted anywhere in the US, since these advanced therapies are not yet FDA-approved. All cell therapies are conducted in Colombia where it is regulated by the ministry of health, INVIMA (Columbia’s FDA equivalent) and other local authorities. All treatments are performed within the country’s legal limits and regulatory framework where the specific medical provider practices.