A lot of clients come in complaining about lower back pain. Sometimes this pain is new, or it could be pain that has been bothering a person for a long time. Sports injuries, improper lifting technique, poor posture, and a myriad of other things can cause lower back pain suddenly or over time.
Degenerative disc conditions are a prominent cause of lower back pain. Spinal stenosis, spinal osteoarthritis, and spondylolisthesis fall under the umbrella of degenerative disc conditions. Know that treatment is available if you’ve been diagnosed with one of these conditions or a similar condition.
Can stem cell treatment help spinal discs?
Yes, stem cell disc treatment in North Carolina can help manage degenerative disc conditions. This treatment continues to increase in popularity as our methods improve, ensuring more people than ever can benefit from stem cell treatments aimed at treating the vertebral discs of the spine.
Research has shown that stem cells are natural regenerative medicine that can heal degenerative disc conditions. Clients enjoy activities they thought they’d never do again after they complete their treatments.
Don’t let disc lower back pain keep you from living a full life. Contact NeoGenix for stem cell disc treatment.
Heal Your Spinal Discs Naturally With Stem Cells
When you’re asking doctors for solutions and conducting research, you’ll find that certain treatments claim to heal you, but they only help you cope with back pain, for example, pain medication. While these will relieve pain, the effect won’t last, and you’ll have to refill your prescription often.
We don’t prescribe pain medications because we know it’s only a temporary solution that won’t give you your desired results. You want to walk without needing to rely on pharmacceutical drugs, and stem cell disc treatment is the natural way to heal your body.
Our treatment for stem cell discs is natural because you naturally have stem cells within your body. Using stem cells from your body, our doctors will provide treatment that will last.
Avoid Disc Replacement Surgery and Recovery
One solution you may have heard of to fix your degenerative disk condition is surgery. Surgery can work, but there’s a chance that it doesn’t. Spinal disc replacement comes with its set of risks including:
- Infection to the disk and the surrounding area
- Spine narrowing (stenosis) due to the breakdown of bones
- Implant loosening or failure (fracture)
- Artificial disc dislocation
You’re right to be hesitant about spinal surgery. Things can go wrong before, during, and after the surgery. Recovery after vertebrae replacement takes an average of three months, and this time frame could be longer depending on how the body responds. It’s a long and painful process. Instead of having an artificial vertebrae replacement surgery, come to NeoGenix to see if you are a candidate for natural regenerative disc treatment. The consultation is free – if we can’t help you, there will be no charges incurred.
Stem Cell Disc Treatment Cost
Stem cell disc treatment costs can start as low as $1000. We can’t give you an exact figure until you come in for an appointment. The determining factors of your stem cell disc treatment are how severe your condition is and how many areas you need to be treated.
The total may seem like a lot until you compare it to artificial disc surgery, which costs $30,000 to $50,000. Stem cell therapy is more affordable, has a great success rate, and a quicker recovery than surgery!
Ready to get started?
The regenerative doctors and specialists at NeoGenix Stem Cell and Regenerative Therapies in Charlotte and also Lake Norman, strive to give our patients the highest quality care and the most advanced treatment options. Our stem cells and PRP treatments offer long-lasting pain relief. Contact us for a free consultation today!
Dr. James Altizer has been performing stem cell therapy treatments in North Carolina since January of 2016. Dr. Altizer received expert training from recognized leaders in the regenerative medicine field, including training on bone marrow aspiration with Duke University-affiliated physicians. He has performed thousands of stem cell and growth factor procedures, more than any other medical doctor in the Carolinas.