Stem Cell Therapy Middletown New Jersey
This modern outpatient procedure utilizes the body’s natural healing process to rebuild damaged tissue, heal injuries more effectively, and eliminate pain. Stem cell therapy targets the underlying source of pain without relying on medication and surgery, leading to increased function and mobility with a shorter recovery time than surgical options. Stem cells can stimulate repair of bone, or cartilage, to initiate healing in the body. Our regenerative medicine specialists have pioneered this safe and effective solution for a variety of orthopaedic conditions.
Conditions treated With Stem Cell Therapy:
Degenerative Disc Disease
Sacroiliac Joint Pain
Arthritis in the Knee, Hip, Ankle, Shoulder, Elbow Hand
Pinched Nerves from the Spine (Radiculopathy)
PRP Injections For Chronic Pain in Knees, Back, Shoulder
Platelet rich plasma, commonly referred to as “PRP’, is a non-operative, permanent solution for conditions such as spinal conditions, arthritis, and orthopaedic ligament/tendon sprains and tears. Utilizing the body’s natural healing process, PRP therapy is a concentration of the patient’s own plasma that is injected into the damaged ligaments, tendons, and joints to promote tissue repair and accelerate healing. Plasma is rich in growth and healing factors which means, on average, an injured individual can get back to a pain-free life in four to six weeks.
PRP Therapy, as seen on TV
Creation of PRP is simple, painless, and conveniently done at an office visit. The entire process of drawing blood to solution preparation only takes approximately 25-30 minutes. A small amount of blood is drawn from the patient, just like a routine blood test. Once the blood is drawn it is then placed into a centrifuge. The centrifuge is a machine that spins the blood at high speeds in order to separate the blood into red blood cells and concentrated platelets. Once the blood is separated the red blood cells are discarded, and we are left with concentrated platelet rich plasma (PRP) which is ready to be used in the treatment process.