September 25, 2018

 

Stem Cell Therapy for Osteoporosis-Hope Medical Group

OSTEOPOROSIS


OsteoporosisOsteoporosis affects men and women of all races. But white and Asian women - especially those who are past menopause are at highest risk. Medications, dietary supplements and weight-bearing exercise can help strengthen your bones.

 
In the early stages of bone loss, you usually have no pain or other symptoms. But once bones have been weakened by osteoporosis, you may have osteoporosis signs and symptoms that include:
 

  • Back pain, caused by a fractured or collapsed vertebra
  • Loss of height over time
  • A stooped posture
  • A bone fracture that occurs much more easily than expected

 

Your bones are in a constant state of renewal new bone is made and old bone is broken down. When you're young, your body makes new bone faster than it breaks down old bone and your bone mass increases. Most people reach their peak bone mass by their early 20s. As people age, bone mass is lost faster than it's created.
 
How likely you are to develop osteoporosis depends partly on how much bone mass you attained in your youth. The higher your peak bone mass, the more bone you have "in the bank" and the less likely you are to develop osteoporosis as you age.
 
Unchangeable risks
Some risk factors for osteoporosis are out of your control, including:
 
·         Your sex. Women are much more likely to develop osteoporosis than are men.
·         Age. The older you get, the greater your risk of osteoporosis.
·         Race. You're at greatest risk of osteoporosis if you're white or of Asian descent.
·         Family history. Having a parent or sibling with osteoporosis puts you at greater risk, especially if you also have a family history of fractures.
·         Frame size. Men and women who have small body frames tend to have a higher risk because they may have less bone mass to draw from as they age.
 
Arthritis is a joint inflammation that results from cartilage degeneration, can be caused by aging, heredity, and injury from trauma or disease. The most common symptom of Arthritis is pain in the affected joint(s) after repetitive use, the goal of treatment in Arthritis is to reduce joint pain and inflammation while improving and maintaining joint function.
 
Stem Cell treatment can halt Osteoporosis and Arthritis
 
Stem Cell Therapy is a new breakthrough in the world. Can it treat Osteoporosis and Arthritis? The answer is certainly. Stem cells are able to restore damaged cells, repair cell function and treat diseased damaged cells. Patients don't suffer any pain from Stem Cell Treatment. It is a simple IV procedure. 
 
Stem cells are known for their ability to get converted to a particular cell type depending on the requirement of the body. Once stem cells are transplanted, they quickly get matured and differentiate into other cell types and a range of bone related ailments like Osteoporosis, Arthritis and broken bones can be healed.
 
Our stem cell treatment for Arthritis as well as Osteoporosis uses cultured adult stem cells, stem cells derived from umbilical cord (also known as umbilical cord mesenchymal stem cells (UCMSC)) in repairing worn cartilage in those with Arthritis and Osteoporosis.

Treatment Method :

 
Number of Injection -   2 units of umbilical cord blood stem cell (UCBSC)
2 units of umbilical cord mesenchymal stem cells (UCMSC)
 
Type of Injection -           Local Injection x 1 time x 2 units of umbilical cord mesenchymal stem cells (UCMSC) for Arthritis (directly injected into joint)
                                                Intravenous (IV) Injection x 1 times x 2 units of umbilical cord blood stem cell (UCBSC)
                                                                                                
Adjuvant Therapy :
 
Chinese traditional medicine to recuperate
 

 
Treatment Period :
 
12 days

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