Stem cell therapy is frequently used to treat musculoskeletal conditions, such as damaged cartilage; muscle, ligament, and tendon tears; and inflammatory joint conditions like arthritis and bursitis.
In some cases, stem cells combined with platelet-rich plasma (PRP) to rejuvenate facial skin and restore hair growth in men and women.
When PRP is used together with stem cells, your PRP is produced on site by drawing a sample of your blood and processing it in a centrifuge that separates the platelets from other blood components.
Platelets are rich sources of growth factors that promote healing, increase stem cell effectiveness, and reduce inflammation and pain.
Many studies have uncovered the efficiency of stem cell therapy for treating illnesses such as fibromyalgia, diabetes, heart disease, lung disease, inflammatory bowel disease, complex regional pain syndrome, and chronic pelvic pain.