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What are Stem Cells?

Every cell in our body first began as a stem cell, and through the process of differentiation, grew and changed into its ultimate form. Stem cells are “undifferentiated,” meaning they still have the potential to grow into any cell type in the body. Stem cells are located throughout the body in almost every organ and tissue, and can change into any healthy cell in our body. At Williams Integracare we utilize two primary stem cell therapy treatments. Adipose-derived stem cell therapy and bone marrow aspirate concentrate (BMAC) therapy. Both stem cell therapy treatments at Williams Integracare are utilizing each individuals own stem cells from their body. Your specific case will determine the appropriate path for which stem cell treatment we recommend for you.

Common Areas Treated with Stem Cells

knee

Knee

hip

Hip

spine

Spine

shoulder

Shoulder

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Elbow

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Ankle

Capabilities of Stem Cells

Stem cells travel to sites of injury by cell signals that attract them. Once they reach where they need to go, they dock and start repairing the injury/disease by releasing cytokines, chemokines, and growth factors that signal your immune system to start injury repair. There are greater than 200,000 peer-reviewed scientific publications on Pubmed.com, discussing positive outcomes following the use of stem cells.

The Use of Stem Cells in Orthopedics

Conditions that have the ability to be treated with Stem Cell Therapy

  • Osteoarthritis of the joints including hip, knee, ankle,wrist and shoulder.
  • Rotator cuff tears
  • Labral tears of hip or shoulder
  • Meniscus tears of knee
  • Spine disorders, including sciatica and degenerative disc disease
  • Tennis elbow/Golfers elbow
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Other ligament or tendon tears
  • Muscle injuries.
  • Fracture repair
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