Stem Cell therapy

Who should get stem cell therapy?

Conditions that can often be treated by stem cell regenerative medicine include, but are not limited to: 

  • Herniated Discs
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Compression Fractures
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Spinal Stenosis
  • Torn Tendons
  • Joint Pain
  • Ligament Pain

The innovative minds behind ISS believe in harnessing the power of medical advancements and technologies to reduce pain and improve quality of life, and our stem cell therapy is an important part of that. This form of regenerative medicine is focused on generating new, healthy cells that repair and/or replace older, damaged cells, and in turn, create fresh tissue that reduces pain and heals injuries. Stem cell therapy is an emerging treatment of the regenerative medicine world, with revolutionary potential for people with persistent pain, discomfort, and immobility.

How does it work?

At ISS, either Dr. Tracy or Dr. Feldman would inject stem cells derived from umbilical cord tissue into the affected area. These new and growing stem cells are undifferentiated, which means they can develop into any type of cell. With our focused and precise injection at the source, the goal of this regenerative medicine therapy is to direct the stem cells to develop into the same type of cell that is damaged. The new stem cells can generate and support the damaged cells, providing pain relief and repair with productive and healthy support on a cellular level.

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Platelet Rich Plasma (prp)

Platelet rich plasma, or PRP, is another form of regenerative medicine therapy that is focused on separating, identifying, and reintroducing platelets into the blood to promote healing and recovery. Similar to stem cell therapy, platelet rich plasma is focused on integrating healthy elements into the body to repair damaged tissue and relieve pain. But unlike stem cell therapy, PRP uses your own blood and platelets to promote healing, creating a circular process of regeneration.

Who should get PRP?

Conditions that can often be treated by PRP regenerative medicine include, but are not limited to: 

  • Sports-Related Injury
  • Chronic Tendon Injury
  • Arthritis
  • Fractures
  • Acute Ligament & Muscle Injury

What is platelet rich plasma?

Platelets are best known for their ability to clot the blood, but they are particularly powerful for regulating key mechanisms involved in the healing process. Platelets are composed of key proteins, or growth factors, that are instrumental in cell regeneration. By separating the platelet-rich plasma from the surrounding blood, specific growth factors are identified and utilized for injury recovery and healing. 

How does it work?

The use of platelet rich plasma (PRP) requires drawing a patient’s blood, spinning it down, and separating platelets in a process called centrifugation. Then, the increased concentration of platelets is combined with the remaining blood (or plasma) and infused back into your system, promoting the healing of injured tendons, ligaments, muscles, and joints.

Why should you choose ISS for Regenerative Medicine?

Dr. Tracy and Dr. Feldman are passionate, precise, and prominent medical doctors with decades of experience and knowledge. By translating this expertise to regenerative medicine, our ISS team gives you the trust, reliability, and confidence you need to explore new options for pain relief. Our stem cell therapy was carefully chosen by our doctors because umbilical cord cells are less likely to induce immunological reactions, which make them perfect for donation and future growth in the body to help you heal faster. And, platelet rich plasma was chosen due to its simple circular structure directly from a patient, creating a renewable source of healing and relief. Together, ISS provides innovative regenerative medicine therapies that change the way pain and injury is perceived, change the way your body functions, and ultimately, change the way you enjoy life.