What Kind of Conditions Can Be Treated with Cellular Therapy?

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In treating orthopedic conditions, traditional surgery often presents itself as a daunting option, especially when dealing with cartilage damage, joint injuries, back pain, and other chronic injuries. This is where the expertise of Dr. Christie Lehman and her adept team at Asheville Regenerative Orthopedics & Sports Medicine in Asheville, NC can become invaluable. As a board-certified doctor of physical medicine and rehabilitation, Dr. Lehman specializes in cellular therapy, a cutting-edge approach that employs highly specific image-guided procedures using bone marrow concentrate to enhance the body's natural therapeutic abilities, manage pain, and improve function, marking a significant advancement in regenerative medicine in Asheville, NC.

Targeted conditions for cellular therapy

Cellular therapy, mainly through the use of bone marrow concentrate, can be pivotal in treating a variety of conditions. These include:

Chronic pain: This therapy helps reduce pain by stimulating the body's natural renewal response.
Cartilage damage: It promotes the body's ability to improve damaged cartilage.
Muscle, joint, or tendon injury: Cellular therapy can restore these tissues, improving function and reducing discomfort.
Osteoarthritis: It helps manage the symptoms and slow the progression of osteoarthritis.
Back pain: This therapy can improve spinal health by targeting the underlying causes of back pain.
Chronic injury: Cellular therapy offers a promising alternative for injuries that have been resistant to other treatments.

Each of these conditions can benefit from the therapy's ability to stimulate the body's natural healing agents, offering a holistic approach to recovery.

Benefits of cellular therapy

After identifying some of the specific conditions treatable with cellular therapy, it's also important to recognize the overarching benefits of this innovative approach. These include:

Regenexx has published roughly half of all research world-wide on the use of bone marrow concentrate for orthopedic conditions*, and we created the field of interventional orthopedic protocols, the use of your body’s natural healing abilities to repair orthopedic injuries non-surgically. Our approach is rooted in our research and is constantly being refined and developed as we continue to lead the way in finding better methods for harnessing your body’s own healing agents to repair damaged tissue. Our proprietary protocol leads to arguably the world’s most advanced platform for in-office interventional orthopedics.

  • Pain reduction: It helps minimize discomfort in chronic conditions.
  • Function improvement: Patients often experience improved mobility and function post-treatment.
  • Minimized surgical risks: As a nonsurgical option, it reduces the risks associated with traditional surgeries.

These benefits can collectively contribute to an improved quality of life for patients suffering from various orthopedic conditions.

Explore a holistic approach to orthopedic conditions

Cellular therapy using bone marrow containing stem cells and healing factors represent a paradigm shift in treating orthopedic conditions. By triggering the body's innate healing capabilities, it offers a practical and less invasive alternative to traditional surgical methods. This approach promotes recovery and contributes to pain management and functional improvement, making it a potentially ideal option for those grappling with various orthopedic issues.

Discover a new path to compassionate care

If you're battling an injury or chronic pain that impedes your active lifestyle, Dr. Christie Lehman and her team at Asheville Regenerative Orthopedics & Sports Medicine may hold the key to your recovery. Choosing their care can open a door to a treatment that alleviates pain and enhances your body's natural responses. Don't let pain dictate your life. Contact us and discover how cellular therapy can be the turning point in your journey to recovery and wellness.

* All information subject to change. Images may contain models. Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary.