The Prairie Spine and Pain Institute and Dr. Kube are trained to use stem cell therapy to promote natural healing with spine and orthopedic conditions. Our goal is to help you restore your function and mobility or decrease your hip and joint pain to restore your quality of life.
How could stem cells help? As an alternative approach to reducing pain, stem cell therapy for the hip can postpone surgical interventions or hip replacement procedures.
What is the major advantage to stem cell treatments and injections?
Is that foreign bodies or incisions are not introduce to the body. The treatment process of stem cell therapy does not surgically change the patient’s anatomy. Meaning there hasn’t been a change in patient’s body motion, something hasn’t been surgically added or removed from the body causing scar tissue or a change to the body. Complication rates, nerve injuries, and infections for the process are low to zero for the procedure. The procedure has much fewer safety concerns and is not as invasive as traditional surgeries.
How are stem cells administered for that focus?
First the stem cells are removed from your pelvis through a large needle. Then,stem cell therapy for the hip is administered through injecting the area of injury or chronic degeneration needed where the stem cells increase the natural repair process of degenerated and injured cartilage in arthritic joints.
Are stem cells FDA approved for this focus?
Since these are your own stem cells being used for you, stem cell therapy for hip pain does not require FDA approval for treatment of those conditions.
How effective is stem cell therapy for my focus?
Stem cell therapy for the hip is often significantly effective in the reduction of pain. Stem cell therapy for the hip can be effective in avoiding lengthy and painful rehabilitation periods.
How long will it take to work?
Stem cell therapy for the hip is shown to have initial improvements in the reduction of pain. Patients are to return to normal activity soon after their procedure.
Could stem cell therapy be repeated?
Stem cell therapy for hip pain may be repeated if necessary to achieve optimal results. In addition to, if stem cell therapy does not meet the desired goals for pain reduction, surgical procedures are still viable and available options.