Stem Cell Treatments for Low Back Pain in Scottsdale, AZ

Stem Cell Treatments for Low Back Pain in Scottsdale, AZ

Low back pain is the leading cause of disability in the United States and Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Treatments for Low Back Pain in Scottsdale, AZ are rising in popularity.  Mechanical low back pain has multiple causes including muscle damage, joint damage, degeneration and trauma just to name a few.  Traditional treatments have focused on treating the pain using pain reliever medication or if it lasts over time or is low back pain caused by trauma surgery is used.  These types of care are necessary at times but they have not reduced the amount of low back pain that Americans experience.  Chiropractic has been shown to be much more effective than visiting a surgeon for low back pain.  There is also a body of evidence that is growing surrounding Regenerative Care. 

 

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Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Treatments for Low Back Pain in Scottsdale, AZ use the new methods based on the current research to try to reconnect how the body and brain talk to each other.  This means that if your low back muscles have suffered atrophy or muscle wasting which is a very common problem in how low back pain develops then the regenerative care plan used would employ methods to help try to create better communication between the brain and the low back muscles.  

                                                                         

If the Sciatic nerve is damaged then Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Treatments for Low Back Pain in Scottsdale, AZ would focus on trying to restore communication between the brain and the pathway to the Sciatic nerve using a number of different types of care.  This differs from surgery because surgery can try to cut off communication between the brain and the body to relieve painful symptoms.  Regenerative Care plans can include things like Spinal Rehabilitation through injections, muscle work, chiropractic, physical therapy and special modalities called biohacking.  

 

Call the office to see if you would be a good candidate for Regenerative Medicine.  (480) 314-2262. 

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