Stem Cell Recruitment Therapy

Giving Your Body What It Needs to Heal Naturally With Stem Cell Recruitment Therapy

Stem Cell Recruitment Therapy is an emerging soft-tissue supplementary therapy practice that draws on the anti-inflammatory properties used naturally by the body to manage areas of pain.

How Stem Cell Recruitment Therapy works

In the research that has gone into the practice of Stem Cell Recruitment Therapy, there have been advancements in the use of the technique when it comes to healing bone and muscle trauma, repairing cartilage, and diminishing the effects of conditions such as osteoarthritis, intervertebral disc surgery, rotator cuff surgery, and musculoskeletal disorders. Louisville sports medicine physician Dr. Stacie Grossfeld is offering cash charge-only Stem Cell Recruitment Therapy injections at her office to give patients a new, innovative form of pain relief and therapy.

Dr. Stacie Grossfeld is double board-certified in Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Surgery, and always on the search for additional treatments that will help her patients safely and effectively manage their pain. With technological advancements and modern medicine, as a society, we’re developing revolutionary treatments that target pain and sickness in ways we couldn’t before. This includes Stem Cell Recruitment Therapy, for which there have been studies on different applications, origins, and treatment methods that lend to orthopaedic use.

Stem Cell Recruitment TherapyStem Cell Recruitment Therapy uses the unique anti-inflammatory properties of ethically-sourced cells to assist in regenerating and repairing damaged tissues. Since inflammation is most often the source of pain, these properties have the potential to act as an addition mimicry of cortisol and other anti-inflammatory hormones. This FDA-approved therapy option has been tested to improve symptoms of:

  • Joint Pain – Knees, hips, shoulders, elbows, wrists, ankles, fingers, and toes
  • Soft Tissue Pain – Plantar fasciitis, tennis elbow, rotator cuff syndrome, Achilles tendon

For more information about this treatment option, or to make an appointment, call Orthopaedic Specialists at a (502)212-2663. Learn more about Stem Cell Recruitment Therapy from our qualified staff!