back pain treatment with stem cells

Patient from Denver Uses Stem Cells to Avoid Spinal Fusion & Heal Achilles, then Runs a Marathon

Scott Brandt, M.D. Stem Cells for Back Pain, Stem Cells for Degenerative Disc Disease, Low (Lumbar) Back Pain, Stem Cells for Facet Joints, Middle (Thoracic) Back Pain, Stem Cells for Joint & Soft Tissue Pain, Stem Cells for Tendons 2 Comments

Stem cells for back pain as well as stem cells for soft tissue have been a highly effective minimally-invasive treatment at ThriveMD's Colorado locations. The following patient case study on avoiding spinal fusion surgery and healing a torn Achilles tendon is very complex and interesting. The patient's back pain condition includes degenerative disc disease, disc herniation with an annular tear and facet joint arthritis. When his stem cell therapy back pain treatment was complete he was able to run a marathon. The Patient Profile of Intractable Back Pain & Achilles Tear A ...
achilles tendon stem cell injections

Patient From Chicago Uses Stem Cell Therapy to Treat Achilles Tendon, Returns to Skiing & Cycling

Scott Brandt, M.D. Stem Cells for Joint & Soft Tissue Pain, Stem Cells for Tendons

Lisa is a 52-year marketing executive who had been suffering with Achilles tendon pain for approximately nine months. She reported that the pain had dramatically worsened over the three months before consulting with me and she had pain scores of up to 7 out of 10 depending on her activity. Initially she did not undergo stem cell treatment for her partially torn Achilles tendon. She instead underwent extensive conservative care during that time without even modest improvement in her pain and mobility. These therapies included deep tissue massage, physical therapy, ...
hip stem cell treatment

Patient from Denver Uses Stem Cells to Relieve Arthritic Hip Pain, Returns to Golf & Water Skiing

Scott Brandt, M.D. Stem Cells for Hip Pain, Stem Cells for Joint & Soft Tissue Pain

The Hindering Hip Pain Jeff is a 58 year old gentleman from Denver in very good health. Up until the fall of 2012 he was extremely active. He was an avid, skier, cyclist, golfer and runner. He began to experience pain in his right groin while water skiing. Imaging studies noted mild to moderate degenerative arthritis of his right hip joint and mild arthritis on the contralateral side. Initial Treatment Option & Results He was seen by a local Physiatrist that urged him to undergo a PRP injection (with no hip stem cell treatment) to ...