Stem Cell Therapy Boise, The Thompson Stem Cell Clinic has seen phenomenal results with stem cell injections in any of the previously listed orthopedic conditions, and we suggest one of two therapies.
Both therapy options adhere strictly to FDA regulations for both the product and the procedure in orthopedic conditions.
Injury Rapid Recovery
Our doctor assesses your injury using an x-ray, if applicable, and then they talk to you about how the injury occurred and the typical activity of this area to determine if it will be a candidate for the injection. The specific products that are used contain the highest amount of stem cells permitted with over 440 identifiable cytokines; these are powerful healing proteins naturally-occurring in the body.
The doctor will make an individualized injection directly into the injured area, such as the knee or may use an IV directly into your blood system. Once injected, the stem cells, by nature, begin to reduce inflammation and pain, and repair the ligaments, muscles, and cartilage.
General Rapid Recovery
This is the best option if you have no direct injury to address. In sports, extreme workouts and other activities at work, a larger, general area of pain and injury may be prevalent especially in muscles, tendons, and ligaments.
A period of rest should always accompany a workout or other physical exertion because the body needs to allow the muscles to recover from their performance. Our Stem Cell Rapid Recovery Shot allows athletes to experience an accelerated recovery process, so they can get back in the game.
Completely Non-Surgical Therapy and Safe
No matter what your orthopedic injury is, the injection or an IV will take only one office visit with the doctor; it is a complete therapy. The stem cells are robust and ideal for creating the new cell in the area where it is needed. Because they are very young, these stem cells are un-coded, as opposed to those that are taken from the patient’s own body. They naturally develop into the type of cell desired. The simplicity and effectiveness of this procedure make orthopedic conditions the perfect candidates. There is a rapid recovery in cartilage, muscle, and joints in the legs, arms, and back.