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Stem Cell Therapy for Back Pain in Clifton, NJ

Stem Cell Therapy for Back Pain in Clifton, NJ

Are you struggling with throbbing, sharp, or jabbing back pain? Whether it’s acute or chronic, back pain that interferes with your work and lifestyle, you are not alone. Eighty percent of Americans will experience some form of back pain in their lifetime.

Back surgery – the removal of tissue or bone – is a common traditional back pain solution that’s risky, expensive and time-consuming. Rather than removing body parts, regenerative medicine strives to stimulate your body’s cells to repair those damage parts by stimulating your body’s cells to regenerate themselves.

Mesenchymal stem cell therapy is a cutting-edge, minimally-invasive procedure that treats back pain. To learn more, speak with a stem cell treatment specialist in Clifton today by calling (973) 777-3711 or contact Prevention Clinics online.

What Causes Back Pain?

Besides physical injury and aging, back pain can be caused or intensified by:

  • poor posture
  • obesity
  • viral infections
  • fibromyalgia
  • buildup of scar tissue from previous injuries

Back Injuries

Improperly lifting a heavy object can result in a back strain or hyperextension, which can cause a disc in your spinal column to rupture or bulge. Known as a herniated disc, this bulge can put pressure on a nerve, causing pain in other body areas and potentially impairing bodily functions.

Aging

Age-related conditions like arthritis or osteoporosis can contribute to the weakening of your spine. As you age, your bone strength and muscle flexibility deteriorates. The discs between your vertebrae lose fluid over time and can’t protect your bones as well, making your back more vulnerable to injury.

Genetics

Genetic causes of back pain include:

  • spinal stenosis: narrowing of the tube in your spinal column that houses your back nerves
  • spondylitis: chronic infections or inflammations that cause stiffness in spinal joints
  • scoliosis: abnormal spinal curvature

How Is Back Pain Diagnosed?

To diagnose back pain, your healthcare provider will ask to describe the type of pain you’re experiencing, your medical history, medication regimen, physical activities, and lifestyle. A physical examination is typically followed by imaging like x-ray, CT scan, or MRI. These images can help your provider pinpoint your precise pain source and extract other vital information about your condition.

How Can Stem Cells Treat Back Pain?

Because back pain surgery is an invasive, painful, risky, expensive procedure that requires a significant amount of recovery time, many pain specialists are turning to regenerative medicine for alternatives.

Regenerative stem cell therapy for back pain is an outpatient procedure during which stem cells are injected into inflamed or damaged areas of your spine, reducing or relieving the pain and stimulating cell regeneration. Not only does this treatment offer a quicker recovery time than back pain, it’s also cheaper; while back surgery can cost over $100,000, the cost of stem cell therapy for back pain is usually between $5,000 to $12,000.

As stem cells have the potential to become any other type of cell, they have many exciting therapeutic uses. Mesenchymal stem cells are harvested either from bone marrow, or from an umbilical cord shortly after a mother gives birth, then injected directly into a damaged spinal disc.

Injections containing up to 500,000 viable mesenchymal stem cells may repair or regenerate damaged tissues. Umbilical cord cells are the leading source of mesenchymal stem cells (MSC), as bone marrow sources can contain up to 100,000 mutated or defective stem cells. MSCs also stimulate tissue development, maintenance, and repair, making them very useful for musculoskeletal regenerative therapies.1

Degenerative disc disease, which causes the spinal disks to weaken and tear, losing the ability to provide spine support. In stem cell therapy for degenerative disc disease, MSC stem cells can reduce pain and inflammation, and can also minimize, repair, and regenerate the damaged tissue while improving disk hydration and height through the release of growth factors like VEGF and the anti-inflammatory IL-1ra.

As with any medical procedure, results of stem cell injections for back pain vary from patient to patient, depending on age, genetics, environmental conditions, and other health factors. Research on stem cell therapy is still ongoing to address multiple concerns about this relatively new back pain solution. Consult with your healthcare provider to determine which back pain treatment is right for you.

Reserve Your Appointment Today

Back pain doesn’t have to control your life. Advanced stem cell therapy for lumbar discs may reduce or eliminate your back pain. Speak with a stem cell treatment specialist in Clifton today at (973) 777-3711 or contact Prevention Clinics online.

Sources:

  1. Samsonraj, Rebekah M. et al. “Concise Review: Multifaceted Characterization of Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells for Use in Regenerative Medicine.” Stem Cells Translational Medicine 6.12 (2017): 2173–2185. PMC. Web. 30 May 2018.
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