Physicians are finding the use of stem cell therapy as a neck pain treatment to be highly responsive. Stem cells are harvested from the adult patient and after a purification process, injected directly into the tissue where the repair is needed. The stem cells begin a trans-differential process, becoming the new tissue cells. When these cells multiply as the new tissue cells, then neck pain healing will begin. It may take only months to feel the positive effects of pain in the area.
Stem cell therapy as a neck pain treatment may be indicated in those patients with cervical disc injuries that are not responding positively to physical therapy chiropractic care or other conservative treatments. The injuries well treated by stem cell therapy should not include extreme cases of several levels of the spine and if the neck pain is arthritic in nature, stem cell therapy will be less responsive.
The physicians and research partners at BASIC have pioneered techniques for stem cell therapy as a neck pain treatment using the regenerative powers of embryonic stem cells and amniotic tissue. These services are offered through BASIC‘s Regenerative Medicine Program and Spinal Rejuvenation Treatments using our proprietary inSRT injections.
The inSRT stem cell injection is a state-of-the-art spinal and joint rejuvenation medicine program, a biologic injection utilizing a milieu of embryonic and mesenchymal stem cells and cytokines derived from amniotic fluid, the placenta, and the umbilical cord. The primary function of inSRT is to provide extracellular tissue to protect wounds. These tissues provide a rich source of undifferentiated stem cells with unique anti-inflammatory properties that help in regenerating cells and relieving neck pain.
The inSRT stem cell injection is best suited for individuals who have suffered from chronic neck and back pain, who have failed previous spinal treatments, or who suffer from weakness due to past spinal cord compression. This minimally invasive spinal procedure takes less than 45 minutes to complete and has the potential to change millions of lives, leaving an indelible mark on the field of regenerative medicine.