About Regenerative Medicine

What Is
Regenerative Medicine

Over time our tissue can lose functionality due to age, injury, and disease. That can mean longer healing time, cellular aging and changing chemical environments. Fortunately, each person is born with building blocks capable of repairing and replenishing tissue. Integrated Pain Solutions aims to optimize the body’s ability to heal itself through regenerative therapies.

Is this Stem Cell Therapy?

By understanding not just the function of stem cells but the entire healing environment within the body we utilize cellular and structural tissues to protect, cushion and support injured tissues to aid in the body’s regenerative process. Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs) along with growth factors, cytokines, hyaluronic acid and scaffolding proteins all work together to create the optimal regenerative environment.

What is the source of your products?

The lab that we source our products from has a staff of researchers and technicians that control and oversee every aspect of tissue processing through their own FDA-registered laboratory. The lab is outfitted with the best-in-practice aseptic laboratory and analytical equipment. This equips the team with the tools needed to not only better ensure safety and viability but also to discover new breakthroughs in the field. Through rigorous research, they have identified the Wharton’s Jelly layer of the umbilical cord, as well as placental tissue to be the richest sources of regenerative properties. It’s from these two sources that our four regenerative medicine products are derived, each containing a unique blend of cytokines, MSCs, proteins, growth factors or scaffolding properties: the functional factors involved in the reconstruction, repair, and protection of human tissue. 

Where do stem cells come from?

Umbilical Cord Stem Cells are derived from the Wharton’s Jelly found in the umbilical cord of healthy birthed babies from healthy mothers, which is the safest and least-invasive method of extraction available.

Treatable
Injuries and Conditions

Stem Cell Therapy has the potential to help with many common conditions.

Shoulder, Rotator Cuff and Extremity:
  • Hand, Wrist and Rotator cuff tears
  • Arthritis of the shoulder joint
  • Thoracic outlet syndrome
  • Labral tears or degeneration
  • Rotator cuff tendonitis
  • AC joint separation
  • Recurrent shoulder dislocations
  • Hand arthritis
  • Instability
  • TFCC tear
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Trigger finger
Hip Injuries and Conditions:
  • Bursitis
  • Arthritis
  • Tendinopathy
  • Labral/labrum tear
Knee Injuries and Conditions:
  • Arthritis
  • Patellofemoral Syndrome/Chondromalacia
  • Pes anersine bursitis
  • Baker’s cyst
  • Patellar tendonitis
  • Meniscus tear
  • MCL/ACL/PCL/LCL sprain or tear
  • Instability
  • Biceps Femoris Insertional Tendinopathy
  • Hamstrings Tendinopathy
Elbow Injuries and Conditions:
  • Arthritis
  • Instability
  • Tennis Elbow or Golfer’s Elbow
  • Nerve entrapment (ulnar nerve)
Foot and Ankle Injuries and Conditions:
  • Arthritis
  • Ankle Instability
  • Perineal tendon tear or split
  • Ligament sprain or tear
  • Sub-talar arthritis or instability
  • Tarsal tunnel syndrome
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Bunions
  • Achilles Tendon
Back, Neck and Disc Injuries and Conditions:
  • Lumbar facet injury
  • Herniated or bulging disc
  • Radiculopathy (pinched nerve)
  • SI Joint Syndrome
  • Cervical instability
  • Cervical facet injury
  • Neck, back or rib instability

The Procedure

Before the Therapy:

If possible, stop or reduce all aspirin products, non-steroidals, Vitamin E supplementation, and the use of fish oil at least five days before the therapy.
Be sure to stay hydrated prior to the procedure.

The Therapy:

The duration of the therapy is short, simple, and can take between ten to twenty minutes depending on the amount administered and the procedure chosen. This time will include cleaning and prepping the injection points.

Post-Therapy:

If possible, stop or reduce anti-inflammatory medication for at least one to two weeks.

            At 3-4 Weeks Post-Therapy:
            Light exercises and stretching, no high-impact activities.

            One Month Post-Therapy:
            Aggressive stretching, light-weight training as tolerated by joints.

            Second Month Post-Therapy:
            Increase workout regimen and sport-specific activities.

"For the last decade I’ve had problems with my knees that have gotten progressively worse. People kept saying “When are you going to have your knees replaced, surgery?” I kept saying “Never!”, then I found out about stem cells. I took the plunge and I’m so grateful. Since the weekend after the Thursday shot I felt like dancing, I could tell so much difference in my legs, knees and feet. They don’t hurt anymore!”

Donna

“I had severe knee pain in both knees and was waiting for total knee replacement in both knees. I am doing really well (after stem cell therapy), I’m able to walk up to a mile and a half with no pain at all”

Melinda

The pain was definitely a 10, it really affected my day to day activities. (My pain) now I would probably put at a 2, there are some points I don't have any pain at all.

Rita
Knee Pain

Since I've had my knee Injections 6 weeks ago the part where it hurts where I feel the pain every time I get up and move is 80% gone. I can now walk like a 64 year old woman and soon I expect I'll be walking like a 44 year old woman.

Mary
Knee Pain

After having the procedure done it was probably about the 5th week before I started to notice a change. I'm already feeling like 90% better.

Lee
Shoulder Pain

Within a day or two, much of the inflammation was gone from the joint and the bunion was down to about a quarter of its size.

Patty
Bunion and Neck Pain

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