Stem Cell Therapy Treats Damaged Joints, Tissues, Bones and Organs
Kansas Regenerative Medicine Center uses a patient’s own cells to help the body heal itself. KRMC provides adult stem cell therapy to help patients find relief from inflammatory and degenerative conditions including damaged joints and muscles and pulmonary, urological, neurological and autoimmune disorders.
Patients talk with one of KRMC’s expert physicians – Dr. Vincent Johnson, Dr. Steve Peloquin or Dr. Andrew Pope. Doctors educate patients on stem cells, help them understand if the therapy is right for them and how the same-day treatment works.
The process starts with a KRMC physician collecting stem cells from a patient’s waistline. The patient then rests comfortably in their own treatment room equipped with Wi-Fi, a flat screen TV and comfortable seating. After a short time, the physician deploys the patient’s own cells back into their body. This enhances the body’s natural ability to heal itself. Unlike invasive surgical procedures, patients never “go under.” KRMC uses a nearly painless procedure that requires a small amount of local anesthesia. This procedure is usually completed within approximately 4 hours. The recovery time is minimal and there’s no prescription pain medicine or ongoing physical therapy needed. It’s a small investment of time for what a growing number of KRMC patients say leads to amazing results in the weeks and months to come.
Top medical organizations share KRMC’s commitment to regenerative medicine and stem cell therapy. The Mayo Clinic says, “Regenerative medicine is a game-changing area of medicine with the potential to fully heal damaged tissues and organs, offering solutions and hope for people who have conditions that today are beyond repair.”
KRMC is at the forefront of stem cell technology, bringing the future of medicine to their patients. The team’s integrity and quality standards ensure patients feel informed, comfortable and cared for at every step.
DID YOU KNOW:
KRMC helps people suffering from a variety of inflammatory and degenerative conditions. KRMC treats some of the most common joint pain and chronic conditions, including knees, shoulders, elbows, hips, back and necks, hands and wrists, feet and ankles, autoimmune diseases, urology, neurology, cardiac and pulmonary.
Learn more at kansasrmc.com.