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Stem Cell Therapy for Elderly

Stem Cell Therapy for Old Age Aging causes wear and tear of your body’s cells. As these cells grow older, they’re prone to multiple degeneration issues. Elderly individuals experience multiple joint and back pains due to the degeneration of their cells. The good news is that stem cell therapy can help to control aging.   […]

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Stem Cell Therapy for the Spine

Stem Cell Therapy for the Spine Have you been suffering from spinal pain and surgery just isn’t an option for you? Sometimes, surgery isn’t an option for many people whether they just don’t want it or can’t afford it. If this is the case, then stem cell therapy for the spine could be the option […]

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Stem Cell Therapy for Disc Degeneration Disease

Stem Cell Therapy for Disc Degeneration Disease   Why Consider Stem Cell Therapy for Disc Degeneration Disease? You could work an office job where forward head-posture is caused by increased screen time. On the other end of the spectrum, you might frequently perform heavy-duty physical labor, putting an immeasurable toll on your spine.  Whether inactive […]

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A Guide to Regenerative Medicine

A Guide to Regenerative Medicine Regenerative medicine is a cutting-edge form of therapy designed to treat an array of illnesses by growing replacement tissues or repairing faulty genes. While this may sound like something from a sci-fi movie, it’s quickly becoming a lucrative industry. In fact, the market is set to grow from around $10.8 […]

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Stem Cell Therapy Side Effects

Stem Cell Therapy Side Effects   For some, undergoing surgery to provide relief from the pains associated with their chronic condition is simply out of the question.  To avoid potential issues, patients often turn to medication, even though its effect on their pain is only temporary. This is where stem cell therapy comes in. Offering […]

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Stem Cell Therapy for a Herniated Disc 

Stem Cell Therapy for a Herniated Disc  A herniated spinal disc (also known as a slipped or ruptured disc) can significantly disrupt a person’s everyday life. Herniation typically occurs in healthy adults aged between 35 and 50 and is often the result of strenuous activity that puts stress on the sensitive spinal discs.  Although many […]

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