Whether you have had an injury, been the victim of a chronic condition, or are dealing with arthritis, it can really limit your range of motion. You may find yourself unable to move freely the way you used to. To make matters worse, you may endure pain every day along with stiffness that keeps you from doing everything that you would like to do. You want more freedom in life again, rather than feeling like you are locked inside your own body. Stem cell therapy may be the answer you need to improve your flexibility once more. When you can move more freely, you can get back to enjoying life.
How Can Stem Cell Therapy Help You to Move More Easily?
Stem cell therapy can help you to treat joints that have been damaged in some way, resulting in a loss of flexibility. You may not be able to move your joints as freely as you used to for a variety of reasons. You could have had an injury that affected your joint. You may have damaged a joint or put to much stress on it while playing a sport. Extreme fitness can take a toll on your joints. Wear and tear over time is another factor that could be related to your joints that no longer want to move easily. Stem cell therapy could provide you with relief by getting to the source of your problem, repairing the joint that has been damaged in some way.
What Does Stem Cell Therapy Do?
When you have stem cell therapy, stem cells are injected into joints that have stopped moving freely. Stem cells are taken from your own body. When they are directly injected into an affected joint in a high concentration, they go to work to regenerate the cells in the area of concern. The treatment reduces inflammation in the joint and promotes the development of healthy cells. That’s the job of stem cells. They can take on the job of any cell in the body. Inject them where you need them most and enjoy the benefits.
Learn More About Stem Cell Therapy
If you are tired of feeling like your joints are stuck, stem cell therapy could be an effective solution for you. Talk to our team at Optimal Health & Wellness to learn more information about this treatment option. We are located in Pasadena. Contact us today to schedule a consultation!