Am I a good candidate for Stem Cells?
Every person is different. However, individuals with joint problems, injuries to tendons, ligaments and chronic pain can all be candidates. In order to determine if Stem Cells are right for you, you would need to make a consultation appointment with our medical staff. During the consultation there will be a medical history, physical exam, review of x-rays, MRIs and other studies.
How much does a consultation cost?
Your first consultation is free.
How much do Stem Cells cost?
The cost varies based on the number of injured areas, the amount of Stem Cells needed, and specific regions requiring treatment. Cost can range from $7,000-$15,000 for the entire treatment protocol. This includes, IV Infusion, Stem Cell procedure, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy and medical follow-ups.
Where do we get Stem Cells from?
The team at Dr. Stem Cell uses mesenchymal stem cells and exosomes because they help regenerate tissues such as tendons, ligaments, muscles, and cartilage. Our Stem Cells are harvested from the Umbilical Cord Wharton's Jelly. We obtain them from an FDA Certified Transplant Laboratory located in Southern California. Our staff has personally toured the facility to ensure the highest quality and standards for our patients.
What areas do you treat with Stem Cells?
We can treat multiple orthopedic and musculoskeletal injuries and diseases. This includes: knee, hip, neck, back, shoulder, ankle, wrist and elbow.
How long until I feel results?
Most patients begin to experience improvement at about 3 months as healing continues thereafter.
How long is my recovery time?
Most patients feel discomfort for 3-7 days after the procedure, but can resume normal activities after 1 week.
Are there any possible side effects of Stem Cell Therapy?
As with any procedure there are risks, but they are rare. These include infection, bleeding, nerve injury, and failure of the procedure to be successful.
How many treatments do I need?
Most individuals only need one treatment. However, there are instances when a 2nd procure may be necessary.
Will Insurance cover my procedure?
Presently, insurance companies do not pay for Stem Cell treatments. However, we do have medical financing available.