Cellular Therapy in Colorado at 5280 Stem Cell
You will be informed of all treatment options upon arriving at 5280 Stem Cell in Colorado. You may learn more about what to expect below.
We take the time to review your health concerns and goals to determine if you are a viable candidate for stem cell therapy and our other treatments. We will start by helping you decide if you are eligible and interested in this type of therapy, as well as what procedure would be best for you. We tailor treatment plans to meet your specific health needs. Our goal is to provide the best recommendation based on the type of pain you are dealing with. Find out more about our cellular therapy options. Lastly, we will discuss what you can expect from procedures and any follow-up care you may need.
After you have discussed your symptoms in an initial consultation, you will undergo a physical evaluation so our physicians can get a better idea of your health status. This may include a physical examination, as well as MRI/X-ray imaging as necessary. This information will allow us to determine exactly what is causing your pain / problem and how to address it effectively. During the imaging review, we can get a better idea of any issues with soft tissue, muscles, ligaments, or bones that may be leading to your pain. With a visualization of the source of your pain, we can create a more tailored plan for your treatment. Once we determine this is the right option for you, our physicians will meet with you to review the treatment plan and financial costs involved.
Depending on the treatment option decided on for you, it can take about two hours. We will collect stem cells, process them, and inject them into areas that are causing you pain as determined in the discussion and physical evaluation process. First, we will prepare you for treatment by having you fill out numerous questionnaires. We use these to better track your progress. You will then head back to a prep room to change into a gown for your stem cell procedure. We may need to collect blood, adipose tissue, or bone marrow from your body if your procedure calls for it, or prepare a preprocessed product. To process these collections, they will go through a centrifuge before being injected. This ensures a more effective treatment. After this, the injection will begin using syringes, injected separately into various areas of joints that are causing you pain. It will take just a few minutes. Before being discharged, you will have some time to rest and recover. You may feel slightly lightheaded after the procedure.
In addition to our stem cell therapy treatment options, we also provide follow-up supplements and physical therapy guidance to help encourage proper stem cell growth and more natural healing following procedures. This includes several follow-up appointments to assess your progress. We will also make sure everything is healing properly around incisions and injection sites. Our team will help direct you on appropriate nutritional supplements that can improve your recovery process and stem cell activity while reducing inflammation. We may also provide you a plan for proper physical movement and exercise as a part of rehabilitation.
If you are ready to learn more, call our Colorado regenerative medicine specialists at (720) 619-3144. You can also reach us after 5:00 pm by contacting us online.