Regenerative Therapy for Parkinson's Disease
Parkinson’s disease is a progressive degenerative disorder that affects the nervous system. Each year around 50,000 people are diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in America, as found by the National Institutes of Health. Although this condition cannot be cured, regenerative medicine works to effectively reduce Parkinson’s symptoms. We proudly provide a unique, multidisciplinary approach to regenerative care at our practice. Our doctors specialize in treating neurological conditions with our leading regenerative treatments.
Early Signs of Parkinson's Disease
How Can Regenerative Medicine Treat Parkinson's Disease?
Regenerative medicine harnesses the body’s power to heal cells and tissues to treat conditions like Parkinson’s disease. It helps treat symptoms caused by Parkinson’s disease. During the procedure, a stem cell mixture is obtained from the patient and manipulated into a concentrated mixture that will kickstart the healing process once it is placed back into the body. Our regenerative specialists utilize the latest techniques and state-of-the-art technology to perform all treatments at our facility.
Candidates for Regenerative Medicine
Stem Cell Therapy for Parkinson's Disease
Patients will meet with a regenerative specialist one-on-one for a complete consultation. The doctor will perform a physical exam and other necessary tests to evaluate the symptoms present. The regenerative specialist will spend time discussing the patient’s medical history to assess the condition. The doctor will create a personalized regenerative treatment plan to treat the patient’s symptoms. Treatment will depend on the severity of the patient’s condition. At Centers of Rehabilitation and Pain Medicine, our specialists are dedicated to standing as a constant resource for patients during their entire care at our facility.
Stem Cell Therapy Treatment Options:
If you are interested in treating your condition or injury with regenerative treatment, contact our staff today to book your consultation at Centers of Rehabilitation and Pain Medicine.