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From our previous podcasts, we know that stem cell therapy can be used to help with bad knees, shoulders, back, and neck. In this episode, we discuss how stem cell therapy can be beneficial to those with chronic elbow problems, like repetitive use issues. We also cover how stem cell therapy can be used to help acute injuries like a hyper-extended elbow.
If you've ever had a stiff neck, you know how debilitating it can be. And for people with chronic or acute neck conditions, there may be a way to help neck pain that doesn't involve drugs or surgery. Listen in as we talk about the amazing benefits of stem cell therapy and how it can be beneficial to those with acute and chronic conditions of the neck.
We are back again talking about the amazing results people are getting with stem cell therapy. The case studies Dr Sanders has shared on helping people with chronic and acute knee and shoulder problems were very inspiring. In this episode, we could talk about back problems. If someone has a herniated disk and they are faced with the prospect of invasive surgery and a lengthy recovery, can stem cells be a better alternative for them? And what about other chronic issues like degenerative disk disease?
In our last episode, we learned of the amazing results one can achieve helping knees recover from acute and chronic injuries. But it is also insightful to hear about other maladies. In this episode, we discuss shoulders. Can stem cells help an acute shoulder injury like a torn rotator cuff? What about long-term chronic injuries?
Over the last couple of episodes we've learned what stem cells are and how they can benefit the healing process. Now, it's time to get into the types of injuries or maladies stem cell therapy can actually help with. In this episode, we talk about knees. What kinds of knee issues can stem cell therapy help with?
In this episode Dr. Donna Sanders at Bay Colony Chiropractic (Galveston County, Texas) explains the benefits of stem cell therapy. Stem cell therapy accelerates healing. Stem cells decrease pain and soreness. A wide range of the body responds well to stem cell therapy to include muscle, disc, cartilage, and vertebra.
In our first 3 episodes, we got through the basics of what stem cells, stem cell therapy, and regenerative wellness is. Really high-level stuff and important to know as we dig deeper into this fascinating subject. Now for this podcast, we get a little more technical. There is an acronym called MSC that we should get to know. In this episode, Dr Sanders goes through the basics of Mesenchymal Stem Cells.
In our first 2 episodes, we've gotten through the basics of what stem cells are. We now know that that stem cells are kinda like the body's medics that go around with their own medicine bags to repair cells and cell tissue that is broken. We also learned what stem cell therapy is and why we need it. Now, to further our exploration on this topic, Dr Sanders covers what regenerative wellness is.
In our last podcast, Dr Sanders answered the basic question, "What are stem cells?" We learned that stem cells are kinda like the body's medics that go around with their own medicine bags to repair cells and cell tissue that is broken. We also learned that there are 5 different types of stem cells, so not all stem cells are made the same. In this episode, Dr Sanders, explains what stem cell therapy is and why we need it.
In this episode, Dr Sanders explains what stem cells are and how there are 5 different types of stem cells.