Center for Pain Management & Rehabilitation
Midwest Joint Pain Institute, SC
5401 N. KNOXVILLE, SUITE 117, PEORIA, IL 61614
411 MAXINE DRIVE, MORTON, IL 61550
PHONE: 309 689 8888
FAX: 309 689 8410


ADULT STEM CELL THERAPY

Center For Pain Management & Rehab., SC in Peoria, IL is one of the centers around the country to offer Stem Cell treatment to relieve osteoarthritis (OA), joint pain, meniscus tears, and tendon tears. Patient can benefit from a unique non-surgical procedure using stem cell injections.

This treatment uses your own body's repair mechanisms and growth factors to promote healing. This is neither a research study nor clinical trial. Stem cell therapy is a treatment our physicians use and can be successful for the right candidates. During the procedure, the physician extracts stem cells from the bone marrow in a patient's hip. The stem cells are then injected into the patient's damaged joint or tendons/ligaments. The stem cells are from the patient's own body so the risk of rejection is very low.

Stem Cell Therapy can repair tissue that is too damaged to heal on its own. Stem Cells can stimulate the formation of cartilage, tendon, ligaments, bone, and fibrous connective tissues. Stem Cells are obtained from either the patient's own tissue or a purified embryonic source. These concentrated stem cells are then injected into the patient's damaged tendon or joint. The two main stem cell treatments that are being performed are obtaining Mesenchymal Adult Stem Cells from bone marrow or fat cells (Adipose). Some physicians use a combination of PRP and Stem Cell Therapy. Our practice uses a sterile closed surgical process to obtain the stem cells. Once obtained, the cells are isolated with a specialized centrifuge and then injected into the painful area on the same day using special imaging to make sure the cells are placed exactly where they are needed.

Injuries and conditions commonly treated by Stem Cell Injections

  • Achilles Tendon Injury
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Bicep Tendon Injury
  • Ligament Injuries
  • Osteoarthritis for hip, knee, shoulder, wrist, ankle, and feet
  • Rotator Cuff injuries
  • Sports Injuries
  • Tennis Elbow
  • Golfer's Elbow