STEM cell therapy Rheumatoid Arthritis
Rheumatoid Arthritis is a joint pain or disease that affects several million people worldwide. People of all ages can suffer from arthritis, not just the elderly.
Rheumatoid arthritis is caused by inflammation of the joints. Inflammation is part of the normal healing process of the body after injury, but in extreme cases it can lead to pain, stiffness and swelling.
Our expert team specializes in the treatment of all types of arthritis using advanced non-surgical techniques including stem cell therapy, SVF and PRP.
Mechanically obtained stem cells are a minimally invasive treatment in which the patient’s own fatty tissue is used for healing. It is particularly beneficial for people with painful knees and limited freedom of movement.
Fat is important for cushioning and supporting joints and helps repair damaged and injured tissue. In stem cell therapy, fat cells from your own fat tissue are removed from your abdomen. Your collected fat is then processed, the inflammatory oil and blood flushed out and purified, and the natural and healing properties of the stem cells contained in the fat tissue are concentrated and then injected into your knee.
The process takes less than an hour and the recovery time is minimal. The procedure is performed in an outpatient clinic under short anesthesia.
This form of stem cell therapy can also be used in conjunction with surgery to support the healing process, reduce infection and reduce inflammatory pain.