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Amniotic Membrane Tissue

    Amniotic Membrane Allografts – What Are They? Tendon and ligament injuries take a long time to heal. Research suggest amniotic membrane allografts can be successfully used to repair tendon and ligament injuries and can also restore the functionality of the tissue. What are amniotic membranes? Located in the innermost region of the placenta,…
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Stem Cell Therapy for Osteoporosis

More than 200 million people worldwide suffer from osteoporosis, a disease characterized by porous and fragile bones occurring due to reduced mineral density in the bones. These patients are at an increased risk of suffering from fractures as bone tissue undergoes slow decay and lacks functional strength. Osteoporosis is diagnosed through densitometric analysis of bones…
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Stem Cell Types

An Overview on Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Types Ever since stem cells were discovered, they have transformed scientific research and drug discovery in many ways. Stem cells have advanced our scientific understanding on the development of tissues and organs from fetal stage till adulthood and beyond. While stem cells have improved our knowledge on how…
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Stem Cells + Sports Injuries

While playing sports improves overall health and well-being of an individual, it is also associated with an increased risk of causing orthopedic injuries that are painful and take a long time to heal. Today, sports medicine doctors use stem cells to treat a wide variety of sports injuries, including damage to tendons, ligaments, muscles, and…
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Phases of Osteoarthritis Knee Degeneration

Chronic Knee Pain? Which Phase Are You? Almost 10% of the United States population suffers from symptomatic knee osteoarthritis by the age of 60. Image A. shows a normal knee of a younger person. Note the spacing in the joint. Image D shows advanced degeneration of the knee which may require surgery. As we age, our joints degenerate and so…
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The Miracle of Growth Factors!

Growth factors based therapy is widely used in orthopedics. Growth factor therapy has the potential to improve healing for a broad range of connective tissue injuries. Growth factors  are made up of “Good” Cytokines which are protein molecules secreted by various cells. These molecules are the architects of cell repair. There are also bad Cytokines.These bad cytokines cause…
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Amniotic Allografts in Joint Repair

  A major complication associated with a total hip/knee arthroplasty surgery is insufficient wound healing of soft tissue at the site of incision. This increases the risk of postoperative infections, knee/hip dislocations, loosening of tissue implants and increased pain. Advent of amniotic membrane allografts has significantly reduced these risks due to their ability to enhance…
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Stem Cell Therapy Today

January 7, 2019. Dr. Roger Kasendorf. There is nothing easy about trying to learn about stem cell therapies. There are multiple varieties in the types of products used and you may hear different information from sources which can sound confusing. There are also different nomenclatures which make the process even more confusing. Let me start…
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Treating Arthritis With Stem Cell Therapy

Arthritis is a very common ailment and can be treated to relieve pain Take advantage of stem cell therapy when it comes to treating pain in your body.
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What is Stem Cell Therapy?

Stem cell therapy (also known as regenerative medicine) is something that’s increasing in popularity because of what it can do for your body. Many people have a negative connotation of stem cells because it’s such an innovative and new concept. Due to the media and other sources, stem cells have been painted in one negative…
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Body Areas Regenerative Medicine Can Help

Your body’s a machine and when it doesn’t work right, it can leave you feeling a little — or a lot — uncomfortable. When you exercise, you can feel the strength of your muscles working hard as you lift weights or run through the neighborhood. However, if you sustain an injury and you can’t exercise…
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How Stem Cells Can Help You

Regenerative medicine is one of the ways that you can help to target chronic pain through your body. Not only can it help with chronic pain, but it can also help with healing faster and the mobility in your body. If you’re interested in learning more about regenerative medicine and what it can do for…
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RISKS OF KNEE REPLACEMENT SURGERY

KNEE REPLACEMENT SURGERY (ARTHROPLASTY) Joint surgery is not an easy decision to make. While the potential patient wants to get back the mobility of their youth and eliminate chronic pain, there are many factors to consider when looking at joint surgery. This applies not only to the surgery itself, but to the long recovery process…
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Benefits Of Amniotic Allograft Injections

Amniotic allograft injections are rapidly gaining attention in the medical field. More and more people are dying each year due to a shortage of donor skin, immunity regeneration and other shortcomings. Amniotic allograft injection is one such novel treatment that has the ability to produce cells and to minimize the damage caused by the disease.…
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About StemX

StemX provides regenerative medicine services for orthopedic and joint injuries. Our physicians are specialty trained in regenerative treatments providing natural, non-surgical Stem Cell therapy to repair and rebuild joints and cartilage in - knees, shoulders, ankles, hips, backs, necks and more in one treatment with minimal to no downtime.

StemX is on the cutting edge of regenerative medicine for orthopedics. Contact us today to learn how regenerative medicine can help your chronic pain. Call us at 760 810 4104 today.

Disclaimer

All regenerative medicine procedures performed at StemX are performed using an Amniotic Tissue injection which is Regulated by the United States Food and Drug Administration as Human Cells, Tissues, Cellular and Tissue-Based Products (HCT/P's) under Section 361.ecision.

This healthcare practitioner performs one or more stem cell therapies that have not yet been approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration. You are encouraged to consult with your primary care physician prior to undergoing a stem cell therapy.

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