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Muscles & Joints

our areas of focus

  • Osteoarthritis
  • Spine
  • Knee Pain and Meniscus Tears
  • Hip Pain
  • Shoulder Pain
  • Ankle & Foot Problems
  • Sports Injuries
  • Muscular Pain, Spasms, & Tears
  • Elbows
  • Jaw
  • Hands & Wrist
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Neuropathy

What are Musculoskeletal Conditions?

The musculoskeletal system includes tissues like muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joints, which are an important part of supporting your body and allowing it to move. If you’ve ever suffered an injury or have experienced pain in one of these areas, you know how large an effect it can have on your quality of life. Fortunately, stem cell treatments can be used to promote healing of degeneration and malformation of musculoskeletal tissues, as well as injuries and conditions that cause inflammation.

What Causes Musculoskeletal Conditions?

Conditions that affect the musculoskeletal system can happen for many different reasons. Most commonly, they occur as a result of injury or natural wear on important tissues over the course of a lifetime. Each person’s circumstances are unique, so we make sure that your treatment plan starts with a full understanding of your symptoms and possible causes.

What are Common Musculoskeletal Conditions?

Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis is sometimes called degenerative joint disease and is caused by a loss of joint cartilage over time. Normally, cartilage allows the bones of the joint to easily glide and move. When cartilage and other soft tissues break down, the bones move against each other and the joint can become stiff, painful, and immobile. Without treatment, osteoarthritis can progress and cause greater discomfort and complications.

Knee Pain

The knees are important part of your body’s posture and support system, especially when you live an active lifestyle. However, many people experience pain in the knees, especially if they are active or aging. Knee pain can have many different causes like osteoarthritis, meniscus tears, bursitis, or soft tissue injuries. These conditions are usually accompanied by chronic pain, swelling, and sensitivity, which can greatly limit your lifestyle.

Back Pain and Spinal Conditions

Many individuals have had unrelenting back pain for years stemming from conditions like degenerative disc disease, herniations, malalignment, or muscle spasms. This can significantly affect your day-to-day activity and  quality of life, leading to a decrease in activity and overall health. Many patients feel that they have few options other than pain management and prescription drugs.

Learn More About How Stem Cells Can Help

Musculoskeletal conditions can be painful and limit your ability to stay active and live your best life. It can feel like there are few options besides invasive surgery or painkilling drugs. Stem cells that are gathered from fatty tissue can help ease symptoms and help your body to regenerate its important musculoskeletal tissues. Learn more about adipose-derived stem cells.

Schedule a Consultation

At Axis Stem Cell Institute, we understand that musculoskeletal conditions don’t define you. We advocate for a healthy quality of life and offer the best in stem cell treatments to help you achieve a happy, healthy lifestyle. It may feel like you have few options when it comes to repairing and rejuvenating your body, so we seek to provide the most up-to-date information and treatment options through our expert providers who can guide you through every step of treatment.

Stem cell treatment can be an excellent and promising option for restoring your body and relieving your symptoms. However, speaking to our stem cell experts is a great first step. To begin discussing your options with regenerative medicine, contact our Kirkland office to schedule a consultation with our experts. We invite you to call 206.415.2947 or fill out our online form, after which our patient coordinators can assist you with the booking process.

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