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Tendon and Muscle Pain

Regenerative Cellular Treatment Maybe an Alternative to Surgery

Many patients have turned to Cell Therapy as a better alternative to surgery to improve tendon and skeletal muscle repair, with an easier and faster recovery and significantly less complications.

Skeletal muscle injuries can occur due to trauma such as strains, tears and contusions. Skeletal muscle can regenerate completely and spontaneously in response to minor injuries. However, severe or chronic problems hinder muscle healing and impair muscle function.

Tendon injuries can occur as a consequence of trauma associated with sports or due to age-related tendon degeneration, which renders them susceptible to ruptures and tendonitis. Unlike skeletal muscle, tendons have poor healing capacity.

Surgery is often recommended as a treatment for several muscle and tendon pain conditions. However, surgery has some risks, including pain, blood clots, reactions to anesthesia, infections or muscle loss. It requires being hospitalized for a few days. Furthermore, the recovery from surgery may be relatively slow, often requiring a period of a few months with restricted use of the affected muscle or tendon, followed by a period of physical rehabilitation that can last several months. In many cases, functionality may not be fully recovered even after surgery, which can limit movements.

How Does Cellular Therapy for Muscle and Tendon Pain Work?

Stem cells are part of our body’s natural healing resources. They continually renew our cells throughout our body, including our joints and tendons. Unlike other cells, stem cells have the unique ability to develop into a wide range of cells, including those needed to repair tissues in the muscles and tendons.

The aim of using  Cellular Therapy is to support the self-healing process, reverse disease progression and suppress inflammatory reactions, leading to symptom relief and a recovery of function.

We aim to  utilize a patient’s own cells to repair the foot and ankle naturally. Orthobiologic cells exist in high concentrations in the bone marrow  which can be aspirated with minimal discomfort, and then injected into the affected area along with concentrated platelet rich plasma

Cellular treatments may begin to heal the injury by stimulating cellular proliferation and local repair processes, and by reducing inflammation, resulting in pain relief and improved function. 

Typically, a single cellular injection may be sufficient to yield good results and to help repair most foot and ankle injuries. This is usually combined with additional platelet rich plasma injections to reinforce the activity of stem cells. We do all our cell procedures under ultrasound or X-Ray fluoroscopic guidance to increase accuracy and decrease the likelihood of complications.

We also add Shock Wave Therapy, additional Cytokines and Supplements and alpha-2-Macroglobulin as needed. 

How Does Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy for Muscle and Tendon Pain Work?

Platelet rich plasma is a portion of the patient’s own blood that is obtained by a simple method of centrifuging a blood sample. Platelet rich plasma has a high concentration of growth factors that activate the stem cells and that prompt them to produce additional growth factors and anti-inflammatory cytokines, thereby changing the environment in the foot or ankle from inflammatory to healing and regenerating.  

We frequently use Platelet Rich Plasma treatment for simple tendinopathy or tendonitis.


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Is Orthobiological Cell Treatment Right For You?

Although Orthobiologic Treatments are considered by some people to be experimental, various research studies show that cellular therapy and platelet rich plasma injections may provide excellent relief from joint and musculoskeletal pain and ongoing inflammation.

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