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WHAT IF MY INSURANCE DOES NOT COVER MY INJECTION?

We do offer a significantly discounted rate for cash pay patients. This will depend on the amount of product begin used and type of Regenerative cell product utilized.

WILL INSURANCE COVER MY REGENERATIVE CELL THERAPY?

There are some insurance payers that do cover this procedure. Our team will need to determine your coverage prior to the procedure.

IS THERE ANY RADIATION EXPOSURE DURING THE PROCEDURE?

No. Most of the injections are performed using an ultrasound machine to determine the depth and location of the injection needle.

WILL I REQUIRE ANESTHESIA OR SEDATION FOR THE PROCEDURE?

No, not at all. The procedure is very tolerable and does not require any anesthesia or sedation. A topical cryospray is used to help create a tolerable procedure.

HOW SOON WILL I SEE RESULTS AFTER MY NON-SURGICAL INJECTION?

Each treatment and patient is unique, and there is no guarantee of what results will be seen or how quickly they may be observed. Some patients have commented on changes during the 1st weeks after their treatment, others have experienced improvement within 6 months.

HOW LONG DOES A NON-SURGICAL INJECTION TYPICALLY TAKE?

After discussing your entire medical history and evaluating any necessary MRIs or X-rays, each procedure takes about 20-30 minutes to perform.

DOES YOUR OFFICE USE BONE MARROW OR FAT-CELL DERIVED CELL INJECTIONS?

We do not. We have found that potential outcomes have been much better utilizing Umbilical Cord Mesenchymal Cells over Bone Marrow and Fat-Cell Derived Stem Cells. Both of these procedures require an invasive procedure and have been found to yield much lower amounts of beneficial mesenchymal stem cells.

HOW DOES REGENERATIVE CELL THERAPY WORK?

Stem cells are progenitor cells which are capable of regeneration and differentiation into a wide range of specialized cell types. Once injected, stem cells follow inflammatory signals from damaged tissues and help to repair these damaged areas. Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs) are essentially multipotent (i.e., can transform into different cell and tissue types, but cannot form into new organs). They …
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WHERE DO THE AMNIOTIC CELLS COME FROM?

Amniotic cells come from the amniotic membrane and fluid of donated placentas following normal childbirth. With the mother’s consent, the amnion is removed and harvested from the placenta of pre-screened and tested donors. It is then sterilely processed and undergoes further rigorous testing to assure safety and efficacy. After testing is completed on the tissue samples, they are then separated …
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CAN REGENERATIVE CELL THERAPY HELP WITH MY CHRONIC PAIN?

Regenerative Therapy has been used for years and may assist in helping to heal surrounding damaged tissue sites, decrease inflammation and improve overall functional movement.