What is Spine Arthritis?
Spine Arthritis or Osteoarthritis of the spine is a breakdown of the cartilage of the joints and discs in the neck and lower back. Sometimes this medical condition produces spurs that put pressure on the nerves leaving the spinal column, causing weakness and pain in the arms or legs.
For people younger than age 45, osteoarthritis is more common among men, but after age 45, osteoarthritis is more common among women. Osteoarthritis occurs more often among people who are overweight. It also occurs more frequently in those who have jobs or do sports that put repetitive stress on certain joints.
The best way to confirm a diagnosis of osteoarthritis is by X-ray. The doctor will take a medical history and perform a physical exam to see if the person has pain, tenderness, loss of motion involving the neck or lower back, or if symptoms are suggestive, signs of nerve involvement such as weakness, reflex changes, or loss of sensation.
How can Stem Cell Therapy help you?
Stem cells can duplicate and differentiate into cartilage cells.
Stem cell therapy for Spine Arthritis works by using mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs). Off late, the use of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) has been more focused towards cartilage tissue repair and regeneration.
After performing Stem cell therapy for patients from all over the globe, our specialists can state that:
Stem cells could turn into cartilage cells and regenerate the disc, thereby alleviating disc-related back pain
Stem cells can block the cells that are literally eating away at the joint
Stem cells release many helpful growth factors for the joint, essentially becoming tiny little medicine factories
Stem cells can hijack the helpful protein making ability of other cells, getting them to become tiny little medicine factories
Stem cells can revive the batteries (mitochondria) of dying cells by transferring some of their good batteries to the troubled cell
Stem cells can morph into cell types that are needed in the arthritic joint, a process called differentiation
Improvements after Stem Cell Treatment:
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Allevited back pain
improved self care skills
decreased pain in the affected joint
avoidance of surgical procedures
Where can you go for stem cell therapy for osteoarthritis?
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There are options all over the world – thanks to some countries’ flexible policies in this matter, huge progress has been made in stem cell research. Patients suffering from Spine Arthritis travel to places like Mexico, Germany, Turkey, Ukraine, China, Thailand, and South Korea, where they find comprehensive and affordable stem cell therapy packages for their disease.