Currently, in the United States, there are only two ways to get real live s for clinical use:

Harvesting from adipose (fat) tissue
Harvesting from bone marrow

Both of these approaches require a very minor surgical procedure done under local anesthesia. The total time spent in the office is anywhere from 1-3 hours, and generally, patients are even able to drive themselves home.

The current medical literature and research being done surrounding s has shown benefits in many different disease processes, including but not limited to:

Musculoskeletal concerns such as osteoarthritis, degenerative disc disease, ligament tears, tendinopathies, nerve damage
Autoimmune disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis, Lupus, and fibromyalgia
Chronic diseases such as type II diabetes, heart disease
Multiple sclerosis and other neurodegenerative disorders
COPD and emphysema
Sexual applications such as erectile dysfunction, pain with intercourse, and vaginal concerns
Cardiovascular disease
Antibiotic and other prescription medication injury

There are many other additional applications that are being studied for s. To learn more about s and if they might be the right choice for you. Using your own s significantly minimizes the risk of an adverse reaction to treatment. are considered minimally invasive, requiring small injections to harvest s and place into affected areas.

The first step is to schedule a consultation with Dr. Solt to discuss your medical history and current treatments, including prescribed medications. Dr. Solt will determine if treatment is likely to be an effective option and will discuss possible treatment with you for our consideration. A treatment can require one or more visits with us for the harvesting of s and injection of the matrix.

Dr. Solt will continue to monitor your progress after treatment to evaluate your health, any changes you are experiencing and to determine the need for any future injections.

The goal of a is to stop and/or reverse tissue damage naturally, using your own body’s natural healing process to restore mobility, reduce discomfort or minimize symptoms that you are experiencing. Results are never a guarantee with an experimental treatment such as , but the possibility of improving one’s quality of life with natural means can offer hope to patient’s with a wide range of conditions.

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