What Are Stem Cells?
Stem cells are unique, as they possess the ability to develop into just a few cells or many different types of cells within the human body depending on whether they are multipotent or pluripotent. They are believed to be able to divide without limit, which means that they can replenish other cells for as long as you live.
How Do Stem Cells Help?
A stem cell transplant is one of the most common treatments and can aid in replacing neurons that are damaged from a spinal cord injury, produce insulin to help those who have diabetes, and strengthen damaged heart muscles after a heart attack or stroke. Since stem cells work on the cellular level, it is believed that they can help you heal and regenerate from a crucial point, which can benefit your entire body.
Since stem cell therapy is still a relatively new treatment, there’s a good chance that you have a lot of questions. Contact Wellspring Health in Orange City, Daytona Beach, and Altamonte Springs to schedule a consultation to find out more. We look forward to sharing the many benefits of this cutting-edge treatment and how it can help you.
What Does It Do?
Are you curious about Stem Cell Therapy? We use what the human body already has to help heal itself. Regenerative Medicine is one of the newest types of treatments that are used to help heal and regenerate at the cellular level. The human body possesses an innate capacity to heal itself. It craves balance among its many systems. Problems occur when through accident, illness or abuse the scales are tilted to disease. Regenerative Medicine includes various medical treatments that aim to stimulate the body’s own repair mechanisms as well as replace and regenerate tissue in the body that has been damaged and to restore normal function. Stem Cell treatments performed at Wellspring Health in Orange City, Daytona Beach, and Altamonte Springs all start with an individually tailored program to meet your goals and expectations.
Stem Cell Therapy can help with the following:
- Neck Pain
- Back Pain
- Elbow Pain
- Knee Pain
- Shoulder Pain
- Ankle Pain
- Hip Pain
- Hand & Wrist Pain
Most insurance plans are accepted at our office
We accept most major medical insurance as well as auto insurance and workers compensation.
Since there are so many plans and coverage can vary, please call us to find out if your plan covers care in our office. Our staff will verify and explain your benefits before treatment.