SAN ANTONIO –
If you have a bad knee, joint pain or recovery from a heart procedure, there are some options that will relieve your pain.
Stem cell therapy is the future of medicine!
Dr. Rogers Centers is happy to launch stem cell treatment to patients.
While this is new medicine, Dr. Rogers Centers is studying the clinical applications of stem cells and growth factors for degenerative conditions.
What is stem cell treatment?
Stem cells seek out damaged tissues in order to repair the body naturally
They also form new cells, such as cartilage, bone, ligaments, tendons, nerve, fat, muscle, blood vessels and certain internal organs
Who is a good candidate for stem cell treatments?
If you suffer from any of the following listed below, contact Dr. Rogers Centers if you are interested in having the stem cell treatment.
Osteoarthritis or joint pain
COPD or lung damage
Spinal cord injuries
Dr. Askew, from Dr. Rogers Centers, said, "Stem cells are kind of like our body's natural repair mechanism. They make more of themselves respond to injury or damage in our body."
3 benefits of stem cell treatments
Treats Orthopedic Injuries
Can be used to treat cardiovascular diseases
Helps heal wounds
More information about stem cell treatment
It’s not science fiction, it’s the future of medicine!
- These treatments are still considered investigational
- Not FDA approved but we follow IRB protocols for many different types of conditions
- Treatment is covered by most insurances
- Procedure is minimally invasive
- Involves mini-liposuction and deployment of the concentrated stem cells through injection and/or IV drip
Stem cell treatment results
Shirley Vaughn, a patient at Dr. Rogers Centers, said, "During my daily workouts my knee pain was a 7-9 before Dr. Rogers’ Stem Cell injections, now it is zero. I don't have any more knee pain."
Two weeks after Vaughn's treatment, she said, "I'm running again and my knee is feeling great. I hope to be back at running 5.0 for 60 minutes soon."
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