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I’ve had Rheumatoid Arthritis for about more than 20 years now and so I’ve had some serious shoulder problems for the last couple years and I’m very right handed. The pain got to the point I couldn’t function in life and I couldn’t dress and undress by myself most of the time, unless I was wearing something that fit loosely or zipped up–I was in trouble.
Before […] to do simple housework was impossible, but now it’s an exercise scrubbing shower walls, its work, but I can do it. Just normal housework is easy, like vacuuming – I couldn’t do it before. Getting dressed, I don’t have any issues; I can get dressed and undress by myself. Give it a try for sure!
I had right shoulder problems for years and then February earlier this year I reinjured it at work. I went to my doctor and he examined me and said, “I think you have a torn rotator cuff, you’re going to need surgery.” So I hooked up with an orthopedic surgeon and had an MRI, but then I start hearing ads about how you can avoid surgery. My orthopedic surgeon said that the main tendon was hanging by a thread, but that’s not what it really looked like at all – it looked like swiss cheese.
There’s not really a recovery time where you have to get your head about you before you can leave. I was told to take it easy thru the weekend, and resume normal activity in a few days. It was tender and sore, nothing like what I imagine surgery would be. It was definite decreased pain after the first couple days. After the two week period the pain level kept dropping to less that it had been for years.
I had a lot of pain in my right knee. […] I went to the medical doctor for the pain in my knee and we did an MRI on it and found out the miniscus was torn. They were recommending surgery, and I just am not a giant fan of surgery. That’s when I started investigating the stem cell option. [Denver Regenerative Medicine] told me I was a good candidate for the stem cell therapy.
We basically scheduled it for a few weeks out, they got me ready to extract the stem cells out of my hip, they spun out the stem cells, in probably about an hour, and then shot it into my right knee. It was painless and simple and I got up and walked out with no pain in my knee. It’s been 8 weeks since I had the procedure done, and the coolest thing is I don’t even think about my knee.
I have to walk down a staircase to meet my fiance to get married. We’re getting married on a landing… and stairs have been so incredibly painful. Having this procedure there is really no downtime and I’m feeling so much better. I’m expecting to walk down that staircase with no trouble.
Both my knees were horrible. The doctors were talking about total knee replacement and that’s not where I wanted to go. I kind of limped around, it was ridiculous. Now, I can get up and down easily and walking is really not an issue at all.
I pursued the Stem Cell procedure because I was having shoulder issues, lack of range of motion, and pain. I x-rayed my shoulder and found some degenerative changes in the joint. I have been in practice for over 30 years. Pursuing surgery, especially for shoulders, the outcome is really not that good.
Having a natural way to heal your shoulder is definitely the avenue I wanted to take. After the treatment, it was probably about three weeks when I really started to notice the range of motion in my shoulder improving and decreased pain. The range of motion in my right shoulder improved 75% and pain reduced by 50%.
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They spun out the stem cells, in probably about an hour, and then shot it into my right knee. It was painless and simple and I got up and walked out with no pain in my knee. It’s been 8 weeks since I had the procedure done, and the coolest thing is I don’t even think about my knee.
Pursuing surgery, especially for shoulders, the outcome isn't really that good. Having a natural way to heal your shoulder is definitely the avenue I wanted to take. After 3 weeks, I started to notice the range of motion in my shoulder improved by 75%; pain was reduced by 50%.
I have to walk down the staircase to meet my fiance to get married. Walking and stairs have been so incredibly painful. Having this procedure, there is no downtime, and I'm feeling so much better – I'm expecting to walk down that staircase without any trouble.
The first five days, so-so, uncomfortable. After about the fifth day it’s been nothing but better and better. Progressively better - I’d say, every two weeks I’m seeing big increments of change. I’m sleeping right through the night.