Monday, 14 April 2014

Center for Joint Regeneration in Arizona now offers stem cell procedures for arthritis, tendonitis and ligament injuries

Center for Joint Regeneration in Arizona
The orthopedic stem cell clinic in Arizona, Center for Joint Regeneration, is now offering stem cell procedures for arthritis, tendonitis and ligament injuries. The procedures have the ability to provide pain relief and help patients avoid the need for joint replacement or soft tissue surgery.

There are two Board Certified, Fellowship Trained Orthopedic Doctors at the Center for Joint Regeneration. Drs. Adam Farber and Sumit Dewanjee offer stem cell procedures for all types of joint arthritis along with soft tissue injuries. This includes hip, knee and shoulder arthritis along with rotator cuff tendonitis and tears, knee injuries and elbow tendonitis.

The stem cell procedures involve either bone marrow derived material from the patient or amniotic derived stem cells. The bone marrow stem cell procedure is performed as an outpatient and maintains low risk. The amniotic material is processed at an FDA regulated lab, and has been shown to have the capability to regenerate soft tissues and cartilage.

Patients receiving the procedures have often been able to get back to sports activities faster than otherwise, and delay or avoid the need for joint replacement surgery of the hip, knee or shoulder. In addition, rotator cuff tendonitis and tears often does extremely well with the stem cell procedures.

Appointments are readily available with the Board Certified Phoenix orthopedic doctors to discuss available options for stem cell procedures. For more information and scheduling please call (480) 466-0980.


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