Regenerative medicine using stem cell therapy and other biological agents can spur the body’s own healing and repair functions. Introducing stem cells directly to an area that is impacted by degenerative diseases, like arthritis, or damage due to an injury can have a healing impact, repairing tissue and reducing inflammation. Dr. Steven Struhl and his medical team at Regenerative Orthopaedics utilize cutting-edge stem cell therapy to treat a variety of conditions at our clinics in NYC and White Plains.

Stem cell therapy uses your own stem cells from bone marrow to treat a variety of conditions. Stem cells have the ability to help heal and repair tissue by developing into new cells where they are needed. They are “blank” cells that can become muscle, blood or tendon tissue when injected into an area that is damaged. In addition, stem cell therapy can introduce growth factors and proteins to painful joints to reduce inflammation and pain, while stimulating a healing response.

Advanced Regenerative Medicine Treatments

Stem cell therapy is a safe and minimally-invasive option for treating damaged tissue and degenerative conditions in the body. The stem cells are extracted from the patient’s bone marrow and concentrated to use for immediate treatment. Dr. Struhl and our team offer advanced regenerative treatments using stem cell therapy for the following conditions:

Stem cell therapy can be performed in a quick office visit with no downtime or recovery. In some cases, stem cell therapy is used as an alternative to surgery or as an additional treatment with other therapies. Many patients have had significant pain relief and improved function through the use of stem cell therapy for their condition or injury.

If you are interested in learning more about stem cell therapy and regenerative medicine options, contact the team at Regenerative Orthopaedics. Dr. Struhl and our medical staff are among the top regenerative medical professionals in the greater NYC area. Contact our office in UES or White Plains, NY, to schedule an appointment.