Stem cell injections are a type of regenerative treatment that helps relieve pain, stiffness, and inflammation by stimulating the body’s natural repair process. For various injuries and chronic conditions, stem cell injections can provide long-lasting relief without the need for surgery.
Stem Cell Injection Frequency
Many patients inquire about the number of stem cell injections required to achieve relief. In truth, the number of injections needed can vary depending on the specific patient and their injury. For example, if a patient undergoes stem cell injection treatment for a sports injury, only one or two injections may be needed. The stem cells will help heal the injured tissue and unless the tissue is re-injured, the pain shouldn’t return.
For patients with chronic conditions, the number of needed stem cell injections may vary. Patients with osteoarthritis, for example, may need periodic stem cell injections for continued relief from joint pain and stiffness. The results of stem cell injections, however, can last for many years. This makes stem cell injections an excellent alternative to surgery for many patients who want to avoid the complications of invasive methods.
Stem Cell Injections From Suncoast Orthopaedic
At Suncoast Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine, we offer stem cell treatment with Fluid Flow; Fluid Flow is an amniotic allograft that contains healing components from the human amniotic membrane and amniotic fluid parts. The cells found in amniotic fluids contain a high number of growth factors, cytokines, collagen substrates, and cellular components that are known to bolster the body’s repair process. For osteoarthritis, Fluid Flow can stimulate the healing of the affected joint, decrease inflammation, and reduce the rate of deterioration.
We provide stem cell treatments for degenerative joint conditions, including osteoarthritis, and certain soft tissue problems. We can discuss the number of injections that you may require at your appointment, as well as the risks and benefits of this innovative treatment option. Schedule your appointment today!