Stem Cell Therapy

How does it work?
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Definition of Regenerative Therapy

Everyone already has stem cells.  These cells act as the handyman in the body, repairing things that are inflamed, painful, and even broken.  Regenerative therapy includes injecting healthy, live stem cells into an inflamed, painful or broken place on your body, encouraging faster and more complete healing.

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The Process

Stem cell regenerative therapy is a NON-SURGICAL option to help aid in healing and repairing parts of the human body.  The process is incredibly easy, and the results can be life changing.  Stem cell therapy involves injecting live, healthy stem cells into your body.  As a same-day procedure, it is minimally invasive, and is a fantastic option for those who can’t afford the downtime of a long, drawn-out surgical healing schedule.  

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Am I A Candidate?

Dr. Witte will begin your appointment with a full medical history, and exam to determine if you are a candidate for stem cell regenerative therapy.  Dr. Witte has completed a fellowship in orthopedic sports medicine at the Andrews Research & Education Institute in Gulf Breeze, FL, working under the leadership of world renowned orthopedic surgeon, Dr. James Andrews.

At StemLife we are focused on the proper diagnosis. There are some patients that DO need an operative solution. And there are some that need their joints cleaned up. In these cases simply injecting stem cells into the joint would not be effective.

We are proud of the care we take in the diagnostic phase with our patients. It helps to have an Orthopedic Surgeon of Dr Witte’s stature, training and experience. This ensures that we are doing the right treatment at the right time.

We also enjoy a partnership with physical therapists that are trained in the proper therapeutic approach when utilizing biologics (Stem Cells and Blood Treatments for injuries) for the best recovery. We don’t just issue injections; we make sure our patients connect with our expert physical therapists who work with post stem cell injections.

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What Types of Conditions Does Stem Cell Therapy Treat?

It might be easier to name the things stem cell therapy DOESN’T treat.  The list of positively affected issues goes on and on.  However, see below for a list of our most commonly treated symptoms:

  • Arthritis
  • Joint Pain
  • Past Injuries
  • Auto Immune Disorders
  • Chronic Pain
  • Neurological Conditions
  • Cardiac and Pulmonary Conditions
  • And the list goes on!

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