Mesenchymal therapy for musculoskeletal injuries is a revolutionary technique in the field of regenerative medicine. The highly trained team at Texas Orthopaedic Associates uses mesenchymal to help your body heal itself at their state-of-the-art clinics in Dallas, Plano, Weatherford, Keller, and Fort Worth, Texas. To discover the healing powers of mesenchymal therapy, call your nearest location or book an appointment online today.
Mesenchymal are special cells in your body that have the uncommon ability to develop into many different types of cells. When your physician at Texas Orthopaedic Associates, injects mesenchymal into an injury site, they grow into the specific type of tissue that requires healing.
Depending on your specific injury or condition, mesenchymal cells may develop into the following tissues:
In addition to speeding up your body’s natural healing process, mesenchymal cell therapy may reduce or eliminate the need for surgery and medications.
You may have heard about cells that come from embryos. The team at Texas Orthopaedic Associates, doesn’t use embryonic cells, only mesenchymal cells that come from your own body.
The process of removing your own cells is called harvesting. Most of the time, the team at Texas Orthopaedic Associates, harvests mesenchymal cells from your bone marrow. Your pelvic bone contains the highest concentration of cells, so this is the most common location to harvest from.
The team at Texas Orthopaedic Associates, uses mesenchymal cell therapy to treat a wide range of musculoskeletal injuries and diseases. They may recommend mesenchymal cell therapy to treat the following conditions:
Mesenchymal cell therapy repairs damage and relieves pain in all your joints, including the shoulder, hip, and knee.
First, your physician at Texas Orthopaedic Associates, performs a physical exam and reviews your medical history to make sure you’re a candidate for mesenchymal cell therapy. Then, they develop a customized treatment plan tailored to your unique needs.
Mesenchymal cell therapy begins with the process of harvesting. Your provider uses a long needle to remove cells from an ideal location, such as your bone marrow or fat tissue. Then, they reinject the mesenchymal cells into the area of tissue damage.
It may take up to six weeks for you to notice improvement, although some patients experience results within a few weeks. Improvement in your symptoms should continue and expand over the following six months.
To find out if mesenchymal cell therapy is right for you, call Texas Orthopaedic Associates, or book an appointment online today.