What Are Joint Injections with Stem Cell Therapy?
Your body’s own fat (adipose tissue) is rich with stem cells. These high-quality cells can offer a wealth of healing and regenerative properties when reintroduced into damaged areas of the body, particularly the knee, hip, and shoulder joints. As an experienced physician of internal medicine, Dr. Cory Gaiser utilizes the BeautiFill™ laser-assisted system to extract potent fat stem cells from fatty areas of the body that can then be injected into damaged or painful joints to improve function and comfort. If you're suffering from joint pain, stiffness, or inflammation, we invite you to learn if joint injections with stem cell therapy can help you find relief. Schedule a treatment consultation as New Body Aesthetics in Cincinnati, OH today!
Frequently Asked Questions
How do joint injections with stem cells work?
Protein-rich stem cells that are extracted from your body and re-implanted into painful or damaged joints help to replace diseased or damaged cells over time. Healthy tissue can then be regenerated by your body, which will work to to reduce discomfort and inflammation, repair damaged tissue, and improve overall joint function and mobility.
What is the joint injection treatment process?
Using the minimally invasive BeautiFill laser system, Dr. Gaiser will extract high-quality fat cells from your stomach, back, hips, or thighs. This system simultaneously removes and processes the fat cells. The potent fat cells are then drawn up into a syringe and precisely injected into the affected joints.
How long will the results last?
While the length of time patients experience joint pain relief following fat cell injections varies, many individuals find the results to last from several months up to one year. This treatment may be an effective alternative to surgery for patients who have joint injuries, arthritis, and other degenerative issues.
What do joint injections cost?
The total cost of joint injections varies among patients and is dependent upon the number of injections and the quantity of stem cells needed to treat each individual case. We can discuss your treatment plan, and explain the convenient payments we accept, during your consultation.