STEM CELL THERAPY



Dr.-Richard-KubeThe Prairie Spine and Pain Institute and Dr. Kube are trained to use stem cell therapy to promote natural healing with spine and orthopedic conditions. Our goal is to help you restore your function and mobility or decrease your back and neck pain to restore your quality of life.

If you suffer from constant back pain, arthritis or discomfort in your joints, stem cell therapy may be a viable solution and the best option to treating your pain. Whether you are a professional athlete, a weekend warrior, or someone who wants to be active without continual pain and restrictions, we can help!

At Prairie Spine and Pain Institute, we are experts in treating degenerative conditions of the back, hips, knees and other joints through stem cell therapy procedures. Prior to performing stem cell treatments, our process confirms that other viable treatment solutions have been attempted with little to no success. Before invasive surgery and stem cell treatment we want to make sure patients have considered physical therapy, over the counter anti-inflammatory medicines, good nutrition, exercise and time to resolve pain problems.

 

Stem Cell Therapy Treatments

 
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[fruitful_tab title=”Spine, Neck and Back”]How could stem cells help?
As an alternate approach to reducing pain, stem cell therapy can potentially postpone a surgical intervention in patients with degenerative disease, arthritis or “wear and tear” of the joints and discs.

What is the major advantage to stem cell treatments and injections?
Is that foreign bodies or incisions are not introduce to the body. The treatment process of stem cell therapy does not surgically change the patient’s anatomy. Meaning there hasn’t been a change in patient’s body motion, something hasn’t been surgically added or removed from the body causing scar tissue or a change to the body. Complication rates, nerve injuries, and infections for the process are low to zero for the procedure. The procedure has much fewer safety concerns and is not as invasive as traditional surgeries.

How are stem cells administered for that focus?
First, stem cells are taken from your pelvis through a large needle and then concentrated. Stem cell therapy for spine, neck and back pain is administered through infusing healthy, reparative cells into the deteriorated disc tissues; therefore, the disc can regenerate. Adult Stem cell injection is an outpatient, very low risk procedure with scheduled follow-ups to analyze the success and pain reduction levels.

Are stem cells FDA approved for this focus?
Since these are your own stem cells being used for you, stem cell therapy for spine, neck and back pain does not require FDA approval for treatment of spinal conditions.

How effective is stem cell for my focus?
Stem cell therapy for the spine, back and neck pain is shown to be very effective at relieving pain in many patients. Reducing a patient’s by half is an attainable result for stem cell therapy patients. Expectations for patients are a significant reduction in back pain and similar to the results of more invasive surgical procedures.

How long will it take to work?
Stem cell therapy for the spine, back and neck pain is shown to have initial improvement and reduction in pain. Improvement can be seen in a couple of weeks, with maintaining improvement throughout the healing progress.

Could stem cell therapy be repeated?
Stem cell therapy for spine, back and neck pain may be repeated if necessary to achieve optimal results. In addition to, if stem cell therapy does not meet the desired goals for pain reduction, surgical procedures are still viable and available options. [/fruitful_tab]

[fruitful_tab title=”Knee”]How could stem cells help?
Stem cell therapy for the knee can help in the significantly in the reduction of pain and the improvement of function.

What is the major advantage to stem cell treatments and injections?
Is that foreign bodies or incisions are not introduce to the body. The treatment process of stem cell therapy does not surgically change the patient’s anatomy. Meaning there hasn’t been a change in patient’s body motion, something hasn’t been surgically added or removed from the body causing scar tissue or a change to the body. Complication rates, nerve injuries, and infections for the process are low to zero for the procedure. The procedure has much fewer safety concerns and is not as invasive as traditional surgeries.

How are stem cells administered for that focus?
Stem cells are removed from your pelvis using a large bore needle. Then, stem cells for knee pain are administered by injecting the stem cells into an area of injury or chronic degeneration where the stem cells revive the damaged cartilage in the joint, allowing the knee to regenerate and heal.

Are stem cells FDA approved for this focus?
Since these are your own stem cells being used for you, stem cell therapy for knee pain does not require FDA approval for treatment of those conditions.

How effective is stem cell for my focus?
Stem cell therapy for knee pain treatments is often highly successful. Stem cell therapy for knee pain can also avoid the disability, down time, and risk associated with surgery. There is a minimal recovery time associated with stem cell therapy for knee pain.

How long will it take to work?
Each patient may vary in length of time in seeing a reduction in pain. However, patients are encouraged to use the joint normally. Follow up treatments are important maintaining the stem cells progression throughout the healing process.

Could stem cell therapy be repeated?
Stem cell therapy for knee pain may be repeated if necessary to achieve optimal results. Also, having treatment with stem cells does not exclude a person for available surgery. In addition to, if stem cell therapy does not meet the desired goals for pain reduction, surgical procedures are still viable and available options. [/fruitful_tab]

[fruitful_tab title=”Hip and Joints”]How could stem cells help?
As an alternative approach to reducing pain, stem cell therapy for the hip can postpone surgical interventions or hip replacement procedures.

What is the major advantage to stem cell treatments and injections?
Is that foreign bodies or incisions are not introduce to the body. The treatment process of stem cell therapy does not surgically change the patient’s anatomy. Meaning there hasn’t been a change in patient’s body motion, something hasn’t been surgically added or removed from the body causing scar tissue or a change to the body. Complication rates, nerve injuries, and infections for the process are low to zero for the procedure. The procedure has much fewer safety concerns and is not as invasive as traditional surgeries.

How are stem cells administered for that focus?
First the stem cells are removed from your pelvis through a large needle. Then,stem cell therapy for the hip is administered through injecting the area of injury or chronic degeneration needed where the stem cells increase the natural repair process of degenerated and injured cartilage in arthritic joints.

Are stem cells FDA approved for this focus?
Since these are your own stem cells being used for you, stem cell therapy for hip pain does not require FDA approval for treatment of those conditions.

How effective is stem cell therapy for my focus?
Stem cell therapy for the hip is often significantly effective in the reduction of pain. Stem cell therapy for the hip can be effective in avoiding lengthy and painful rehabilitation periods.

How long will it take to work?
Stem cell therapy for the hip is shown to have initial improvements in the reduction of pain. Patients are to return to normal activity soon after their procedure.

Could stem cell therapy be repeated?
Stem cell therapy for hip pain may be repeated if necessary to achieve optimal results. In addition to, if stem cell therapy does not meet the desired goals for pain reduction, surgical procedures are still viable and available options. [/fruitful_tab]

[fruitful_tab title=”Shoulder and Rotator Cuff”]How could stem cells help?
As an alternative approach to reducing pain, stem cell therapy for the shoulder and rotator cuff can postpone surgical interventions or joint replacement procedures.

What is the major advantage to stem cell treatments and injections?
Is that foreign bodies or incisions are not introduce to the body. The treatment process of stem cell therapy does not surgically change the patient’s anatomy. Meaning there hasn’t been a change in patient’s body motion, something hasn’t been surgically added or removed from the body causing scar tissue or a change to the body. Complication rates, nerve injuries, and infections for the process are low to zero for the procedure. The procedure has much fewer safety concerns and is not as invasive as traditional surgeries.

How are stem cells administered for that focus?
After removing the stem cells from your pelvis through a needle, stem cell therapy for the shoulder and rotator cuff is administered through injecting the area needed where the stem cells increase the natural repair process of degenerated and injured ligaments, tendons, and arthritic joints.

Are stem cells FDA approved?
Since these are your own stem cells being used for you, stem cell therapy for shoulder pain does not require FDA approval for treatment of those conditions.

How effective is stem cell for my focus? And how long will it take to work?
Stem cell therapy for the shoulder and rotator cuff is often shown to be effective. Patients are frequently able to return to normal activity following the procedure. Stem cell therapy for the shoulder and rotator cuff allows for patients to avoid lengthy rehabilitation periods.

Could stem cell therapy be repeated?
Stem cell therapy for the shoulder and rotator cuff for pain may be repeated if necessary to achieve optimal results. In addition to, if stem cell therapy does not meet the desired goals for pain reduction, surgical procedures are still viable and available options. [/fruitful_tab]

[fruitful_tab title=”Are you a Candidate?”]Are you a candidate for Stem Cell Therapy?
If you have instability or some other mechanical problems with your hips, knees or other joints, stem cell therapy may not be the best option or the correct choice of treatment. Adult stem cell treatment is not going make a mechanical defect or problem go away. However, patients who have degenerative disease, discs short in height in their back, lack of fluid or water in the discs, or have constant back pain can be very good candidates for injecting concentrated adult stem cells into the painful disc areas.

For shoulder, hip and knee candidates with bad arthritis or those who have been told they may need a resurfacing procedure or knee/hip replacement can be good candidates for adult stem cell treatment. Additionally, patients with partial rotator cuff tears, wear of the cartilage and those that don’t have ruptured ligaments, acl tears or mechanical inefficiency in their joints can be great candidates for this procedure as well.

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