Stem Cell Therapy for Health and Wellness

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Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia Syndrome, commonly referred to as FM or FMS, is technically classified as a musculoskeletal disorder and also recognized as an issue relating to the central nervous system. An estimated 4% of the world’s population may suffer from Fibromyalgia, whose symptoms include stiff painful joints, chronic fatigue, and increased sensitivity to pain. Fibromyalgia also manifests in specific points on a person’s chest, arms, legs, or back, as well as random migraines, irritable bowel syndrome, and sleep disorders. Despite the advancements in medicine, Fibromyalgia is often difficult to diagnose and there is no clear cause for the syndrome and the majority of symptoms may never vanish unless treated.

Stem Cell Therapy for Fibromyalgia

While Fibromyalgia presents in a variety of symptom combinations that are often as unique as the individual who is suffering from this disease, stem cell therapy offers a viable alternative to traditional medical treatments, which only have a marginal effect in alleviating symptoms. Innovative stem cell therapy, using adipose stem cells, helps alleviate many side effects of Fibromyalgia and decreases patients’ reliance upon conventional medications.

How are Stem Cells Administered?

Regenerative Cell Institute offers an innovative, effective treatment protocol for Fibromyalgia. We begin by harvesting adipose-derived mesenchymal stem cells, which are found in abundance within the fat of the abdomen and thighs, and then administered via intravenous infusion to alleviate the effects of fibromyalgia.

Each Fibromyalgia stem cell therapy treatment is performed in-office, under local anesthetic for harvesting fat stem cells.

To learn more about stem cell therapy for Fibromyalgia, or to schedule a consultation with Dr. Santos at one of our stem cell therapy clinics in Las Vegas, Nevada, or Mason City, Iowa, please contact the Regenerative Cell Institute.

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