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Stem Cells [MAY] Be The Answer To The Pain!

In short: PAIN STINKS!

Especially when it’s unrelenting pain, that is chronic in nature! It certainly decreases your enjoyment, and quality of life.

It’s one thing when pain is due to an acute injury, and you know that it will go away in a few days or a few weeks.

It’s another thing when pain has been chronic, and has been lasting for many months or years. It

The pain wears on you after a while.

The pain sometimes changes your personality.

The pain causes you to be more short-tempered with others, than what you used to be.

Pain robs you from doing activities that you once enjoyed, and want to do.

Until recently, those in chronic pain only had the option of managing the pain through drugs or periodic injections. And sometimes were recommended for surgery.

Narcotic pain medications have side effects that we are all now aware of, due to the opioid epidemic. Additionally, people don’t like how they feel when they take them. Many people state these pain medications make them feel “loopy”. And if you take over-the-counter medications like ibuprofen and Tylenol, over a long period time, they have a negative effect on your kidneys and liver. And that’s obviously not good!

Many people are told just to live with the pain until it gets bad enough that they need surgery. Weather it be a joint replacement surgery, or invasive spinal surgery, most people want to avoid surgery if at all possible. There are always the possible side effects of the surgery, not to mention the downtime after surgery, and the post-surgical rehab.

Luckily, these are not the only treatment options anymore for those in chronic pain. Due to breakthroughs in science, stem cells are giving relief to thousands and thousands of people around the world.

Stem cells actually work to address the issues at hand: degeneration, arthritis, and breakdown of the tissues.

Stem cells are what allow our bodies to repair and regenerate. When we have significant injuries, or we age, we sometimes don’t have enough stem cells for the repair and regeneration that the body needs. This leads to a slow degenerative process, which leads to more and more pain.

Stem cells are able to do the opposite of that damage, and repair and regenerate those tissues. This brings down the inflammation in the areas, and provide significant relief for patients by addressing the cause and not just covering up symptoms.

Many of our patients have been able to ditch their pain medications. Some have even been able to avoid surgery completely… even when it was already scheduled, and they were told it was their only option!

We have been providing stem cell therapy to our patients since the summer of 2017. It has been absolutely amazing the relief patients have been able to achieve. Activities they thought they would never be able to do again, are now a reality!

Patients are now able to simply walk without pain, go up and down stairs, lift their hand above their head, put on clothes without pain, garden, jog, golf, throw a ball….heck, even wake up out of bed without pain!

What is your pain is keeping you from doing? Can you imagine doing those activities that you haven’t been able to do? What would your quality of life be like?

Stem Cells have truly allowed our patients to regain their quality of life once again!

If you are interested in stem cells, you can go here to learn more about how they may be able to help you, and get you out of pain.



Are you considering regenerative medicine?

You don’t have to live your life with chronic pain. Lone Star Progressive Medicine has helped countless patients reclaim their freedom to live a pain-free life, and we can help you too! It’s normal to have questions about regenerative medicine, and we want to make sure you’re as comfortable as possible before committing to a new treatment. Regenerative medicine is risk-free and has no adverse side effects, but it isn’t right for every patient. To explore if regenerative medicine is right for you, contact us below.


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