12 Dec Stem Cell Therapy for 6 Shoulder Injuries and Conditions
We rely heavily on the mobility of our shoulders and we only realize this when that mobility reduces or is taken away completely.
Most patients look for complete relief from their shoulder pain without the risks and complications of traditional surgery.
If you are suffering from persistent shoulder pain arising from the following conditions, stem cell therapy might be what you need.
Rotator Cuff Tears
The rotator cuff is a group of tendons that hold the head of the upper arm bone in the shoulder socket. This rotator cuff may be stretched or torn due to repeated overhead motions and age-related wear-and-tear, causing a dull aching sensation.
Tendinitis and Tendinosis
The tissues around the shoulder may suffer inflammation and irritation, resulting in pain, stiffness, and swelling, especially in athletes, like pitchers, swimmers, and tennis players.
Shoulder Joint Arthritis
Arthritis can cause the cartilage cushioning your shoulder joint to break down. Common signs are pain or stiffness and reduced motion and function.
The cartilage on the shoulder socket may suffer wear and tear as we age. This injury can cause pain and mobility issues as well as make you vulnerable to shoulder dislocation.
AC Joint Separation
Highly active individuals may suffer from the acromioclavicular (AC) joint separation. In case of a bad fall or high-impact injury with the shoulder pinpointed, the collar bone may separate from the shoulder blade, with tearing of the surrounding ligaments.
Repeated Shoulder Dislocations
If the muscles, ligaments, and tendons around the shoulder are weakened or torn, shoulder dislocations can become repetitive. Without proper treatment, dislocations can lead to chronic pain, weakness, and shoulder disability.