Stem Cell Therapy

Stem Cell Therapy

Stem cell therapy is a type of regenerative medicine offered at all of our Texas Partners Healthcare Group locations. It is our top priority to not only work closely with our patients to find the right treatments for their needs, but to produce the best outcomes. Stem cell therapy has become one of the most effective forms of treatment in recent years, and we are proud to offer this service at our seven Texas locations. Stem cells are an integral part of each of us and they work to repair the body. As we get older or are plagued by injuries, these cells often do not work as well as they should. When rejuvenating cells are not able to repair the injured area, it typically results in pain and discomfort. Stem cell therapy can solve this problem and improve your body’s ability to heal itself. As a relatively new treatment, we understand you probably have questions for our doctors.

The health and well-being of our patients is very important to all of us here at Texas Partners, which is why we always have multiple doctors on staff. We want to ease your mind and ensure any and all questions are answered, whether you are just starting stem cell therapy or interested in its benefits. As a multidisciplinary group, we have a team of experts with different backgrounds on staff at each of our locations. We want to help you understand what types of treatments and therapies are best for your needs.

What Is Stem Cell Therapy?

Stem cells are cells within the body that have the potential to support and heal injuries throughout the body. Right now, bone marrow is one of the most commonly used source of Stem Cells for regenerative purposes.

How Does it Work?

In the most basic sense, stem cells are harvested from the patient's own marrow and then re-injected to the injured site. Once these stem cells are injected, they continually work towards repairing the injury and relieving chronic pain. Our specialists are highly-trained and have extensive experience in stem cell therapy. We use stem cell therapy to prolong or replace the need for a joint replacement, to help with osteoarthritis, and treat patients suffering from joint pain.

To learn more about stem cell therapy and how it may be of benefit to you, please visit one of our locations in Allen, Corinth, Frisco, Flower Mound or Dallas. We are here to answer any questions you may have and help you better understand whether this is a good solution for you.