Are you considering knee, shoulder or ankle surgery? Stem Cell Therapy may be for you.

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What Is Stem Cell Center Therapy?

Who Should Consider Stem Cell Therapy?

How Are Our Stem Cells Harvested?

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Hear from Us about the Benefits of Stem Cell Therapy

Listen to Dr. Richard Lohr discuss the power and benefits of stem cell therapy, how it works and how it can help. Presentation from October 18, 2018.


Stem Cell Therapy Is a Non-Surgical Alternative

Regenerative Cell Therapy (Stem Cell) is an outpatient, non-surgical procedure used by advanced medical offices to accelerate the healing process. The process involves a simple injection done under guided imaging to ensure safety and accuracy. The procedure is very comfortable and the whole process can be completed in about an hour. Best of all, there is no downtime.

Stem Cells promote regeneration. When damage occurs in your body, a stem cell has the ability to bring about healing in the damaged area. Stem Cells also have the ability to bring about new cartilage, ligament, muscle, bone, and nerve tissue. The problem is that as we age our stem cells age along with us. You also have less and less stem cells as you grow older. This means you will have a more difficult time healing and recovering from illness or injury.

Regenerative Cell Therapy helps reduce inflammation and also helps your body secrete special growth factors that help the tissue regenerate.

Is Stem Cell Therapy Safe?

There are over 6,000 research papers documenting the benefits of stem cell based treatments. The FDA has established guidelines for HCT/P under 21 CFR part 1270, 1271.


This means there are safe practices established that require testing and inspection to help prevent the introduction, transmission and spread of disease in donor tissue. Because the tissue is what is called immune privileged (HLA is not present) there is no known serious side effects or rejection issues.


People are born with many millions of these cells already in our human bodies and they have the unique ability to replicate on their own. They are also able to turn into other kinds of specialized cells; blood cells, skin cells, bone cells, cartilage cells, just about any cell in the human body.



Your body uses stem cells to continuously replace its decayed and damaged cells. For virtually any kind of damage or injury, your body naturally has the tools and systems available to make the needed repairs to keep you going.


Who should consider Stem Cell Therapy?

Nothing’s worse than feeling great mentally, but physically feeling held back from life because the pain just wont go away. Since we opened, we’ve seen hundreds of people with joint problems leave the office pain-free. 

If you are suffering from any of the following medical issues, Stem Cell Therapy may be an option for you.

  • Arthritis 

  • Knee Pain 

  • Cartilage damage 

  • Bone-on-Bone 

  • Tendonitis 

  • Bursitis 

  • Crunching & Popping Sounds 



How are umbilical stem cells harvested?

After a baby is born, stem cells from the cord blood and tissue can be collected and saved for potential future use. This process is known as banking (American Pregnancy Association).

It’s important to know that cord blood stem cells are not part of the debate that currently surrounds stem cell research. There are no ethical concerns over banking cord blood stem cells. Umbilical cord blood cells are extracted immediately after birth, because the blood left in the umbilical cord after delivery is a rich source of stem cells.


Many states have introduced legislation to provide families with options for their babies’ cord blood. Even the Vatican has stated that these cells are valuable and pose no objection to religious practice. (New England Cord Blood Bank)


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