If you have been experiencing the difficult aftermath of an accident or sports-related injury, arthritis, hair loss, or Parkinson’s disease, you have more than likely been receiving treatment for your symptoms. While those treatments are likely helping you somewhat, most treatments only help alleviate some of the symptoms and do not treat the root cause of the problem. Luckily, as technology continues to advance, so does medical science. If you have been doing your best to manage your symptoms but are now struggling to get by, consult with your physician to see if you are a candidate for stem cell therapy.
Who Makes a Good Candidate?
1) If you have accidental or sports-related injuries you may fare relatively well with stem cell therapy, particularly if you are looking to avoid prolonged treatment and recovery. This treatment does not require repeated exercise and treatment as often found in physical therapy.
2) Stem cell therapy helps to relieve pain, leading to less dependency on addictive opiates and other prescription pain medication.
3) Inflammation is improved with the healing of stem cell therapy. Because stem cells work as your body’s natural healers, as they are concentrated in one area, they will help to heal whatever it is that ails you.
4) Stem cell therapy is one way to avoid surgical intervention. If you are looking to prevent surgical intervention as part of your accidental or sports-related injury recovery, consider stem cell therapy as one of the many ways to help you do so.
5) Degenerative diseases that decrease your ability to perform daily functions without forgetfulness and body tremors, such as Parkinson’s disease, may significantly decrease your life’s quality. With stem cell therapy, studies have shown an increase in retention of memory, in addition to a significant lessening of body tremors and speech difficulties.
If you have been doing your best to cope with an ailment, contact Dr. Chicago Lipo today to schedule your consultation and learn how stem cell therapy can benefit you! We are conveniently located in Chicago, IL.