Thursday, 27 February 2014

Adler Footcare now offers stem cell therapy for chronic foot problems

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Adler Footcare located in New York recenlty anounced that it has begun to offer an advanced stem cell treatment option for patients with chronic foot problems like plantar fasciitis, osteoarthritis, achilles tendonitis and torn soft tissue.

In the past these conditions have been treated by physical therapy or orthotic therapy, but the results have often been poor, leaving patients continuing to struggle with the pain. With stem cell replacement therapy, the treatment of these conditions is proving far more effective and long lasting than traditional treatments.


At Adler Footcare the medical staff is using live birth stem cells which are introduced into the affected area. Stem cells are used by many physicians to treat a broad variety of conditions because of their ability to either replicate themselves, or change into the cell type that is needed to repair the tissue that has been damaged. When a patient comes in for stem cell therapy, the affected area is carefully measured so the stem cells can be delivered directly to the area that needs the treatment.


Dr. Darlene Kulhan talks about the stem cell therapy offered by Adler footcare

The Joint Commission accredited Podiatric OR of Midtown Manhattan housed within Adler Footcare is designed to facilitate advanced treatments such as Stem Cell Replacement Therapy to all their patients.

“With stem cell treatment we are finding that patients heal much faster and are able to return to their normal activities much sooner than with traditional treatment options. Recovery time depends on each individual patient’s medical diagnosis and overall general health.” said Dr. Darline Kulhan, podiatric surgeon at Adler Footcare.

To learn more about the offered stem cell treatments or to schedule a consultation with a New York podiatrist at Adler Footcare please call (212) 704-4310 or visit http://www.mynycpodiatrist.com.

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