What Are Your Options?

  • Do Nothing Different - continue to suffer from the pain, limitation, and loss of function.
  • Take More Medication - Cortisone, steroids, NSAIDs and other drugs which only provide temporary pain relief, and do nothing to fix the problem. In fact, they cause secondary problems!
  • Surgery - painful, expensive and often results in the need for additional surgeries.
  • Regenerative Medicine - regenerate tissues, alleviate pain and improve quality of life.

What Happens During a Consultation?

We do a 30-minute evaluation that may include X-rays, if necessary. If you have had a recent MRI or CT scan, please bring the written reports to the appointment.

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For the consultation, we require that your significant other be present because we discuss health and finances.


How Much Does It Cost?

After we meet with you to evaluate your need for stem cells, we’ll know more succinctly what the treatment will cost for you. Every patient’s need is different, so pricing varies.


Are There Any Potential Downsides?

Some patients may experience a longer time to see results because they take longer to heal.


Does This Treatment Guarantee Results?

Since stem cell therapy is a regenerative process, there are no promises for results.


How Fast Will You See Results?

Every patient is different, but typically patients start to see results within 4-6 weeks. Some patients, however, report immediate results.


How Long Does Treatment Take?

In general, the actual injection takes 10-20 minutes, which includes the time for cleaning and prepping the area, making the injection points, and giving the actual injection.


Do You Use Stem Cell Therapy to Treat Diseases?

We don’t use stem cell therapy to treat diseases, such as cancer. We use stem cell therapy to help the body heal itself!

This therapy is also not recommended for pregnant women, patients with active cancer, or for people who have massive infections.


Does Insurance Cover Stem Cell Procedures?

Insurance does not cover stem cell procedures, as Medicare Guidelines, Section 2251.3 states, “A treatment plan that seeks to prevent disease, promote health, and prolong and enhance the quality of life; or therapy that is performed to maintain or prevent deterioration of a chronic condition is deemed not medically necessary…”

Note, though, that this therapy is still less than the cost of most surgical copays and insurance deductibles.


Are There Any Restrictions After Treatment?

Your health care professional may advise you to limit physical activity briefly after therapy and to limit anti-inflammatory drugs before and after treatment, as experts believe inflammation is necessary for stems cells to work.