Traditional medical treatment for chronic pain only treats the symptoms, not the underlying cause. This results in the pain returning. Stem cell therapy targets the cause of the pain and helps the body heal the tissue naturally and without side-effects.
Stem cell therapy has come a long way in medicine and is the most popular method for treating a wide variety of orthopedic injuries. They can effectively target important joints in your knee, shoulder, hip, wrist, elbow, or ankle. Some of the common conditions stem cell therapy can help treat includes:
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We know everyone wants to find answers right away. But evaluating if you’re the right candidate for stem cell treatment can take a few days.
Physical examination of your medical history.
Imaging scans (i.e., chest X-rays and CT scans).
Tests to check the function of your heart, lungs, and other organs.
Our physicians advise all patients to exercise. The benefits of exercise include weight control, reduced risk of heart disease, reduced risk of Type 2 Diabetes and metabolic syndrome, stronger bones and muscles, and improved mental health and mood. There are no side-effects from exercise and it’s free!
The best way to get started is to call 5280 Advanced Health at 720.619.3144 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Mountain Time to schedule a consultation. You can also fill out our patient candidacy form and one of our team members will contact you as soon as possible.
The physicians at 5280 Stem Cell are uniquely qualified to accurately assess your medical condition and decide whether stem cells would medically benefit you. All of our physicians are board certified and surgically trained to perform stem cell procedures.
To learn more about our stem cell treatments in Aurora call us at 720.619.3144 or visit us online!
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To provide people with non-surgical treatment options that bring relief from pain, harness the body’s ability to heal itself, and restore hope for a healthier active future.