Stem cell therapy is emerging as an ideal alternative medical treatment option for chronic pain. After an extended period of research, scientists have confirmed the efficacy of stem cell therapy in chronic pain management.
Pain management has been traced back to diseases, as well as, the degeneration of specific tissues in the body. While there are other pain management modalities, stem cell therapy has proven to be more efficient and dependable in the management of chronic pain.
Apart from alleviating chronic pain, stem cell therapy impacts the regeneration of cells when tissues are damaged. For a chronic pain patient, treatment involves identifying the ailing cells in the body; new cells are then regenerated to replace the infected cells. Through cell regeneration, tissues and organs are healed completely, allowing for complete recovery of the patient.
The Mainstream Recognition of Stem Cell Therapy
While stem cell therapy has the capacity to treat autoimmune diseases, as well as, chronic pain, it is yet to become mainstream in the medical space. However, with its regenerative properties, the future looks bright for this treatment option.
Renowned Medical Doctor, David Russo, from the Columbia Pain Management in Oregon, has praised stem cell therapy as a groundbreaking treatment modality. Dr. Russo asserts that stem cell therapy has restorative properties and helps the body return to normal function and heal naturally through regeneration of ill tissues.
He also pointed out that its application is quite specific and results in the treatment of chronic pain by targeting stem cells. Further, the treatment is localized for the treatment of the affected cells to stimulate the immune system to respond naturally to such injuries.
The National Institutes of Health, on the other hand, recently reported that the regenerative property of stem cells offers new opportunities for the treatment of chronic diseases such as diabetes.
The Future of Stem Cell Therapy
The adoption of stem cell therapy in the mainstream treatment of chronic pain could replace other treatment modalities. Interestingly, most patients who experience chronic pain suffer from diseases that could benefit from stem cell therapy. In fact, apart from the remission of chronic pain, stem cell therapy is effective in the conclusive treatment of chronic diseases.
Stem cells have been verified as the solution to the treatment of permanently damaged body tissues, and the restoration of the immune response to such damages. Leading healthcare clinics have already made use of stem cell therapy to treat patients and relieve pain. Consumer groups are also advocating for the adoption of stem cell therapy to heal people suffering from chronic pain.
HealthRight, for instance, has been on the lead in providing easy access to patients to participate in clinical trials involving treatments based on stem cell therapy. It is now possible for patients to access stem cell clinical trials across the country. The recruitment of participants is open and ongoing, and patients will be selected from every area.
Finally, the future looks bright for stem cell therapy as alternative chronic pain management option. Once fully adopted, stem cell therapy will revolutionize conventional chronic pain management treatment options.