The Stem Cell Medical Center, located in Antigua, specializes in stem cell therapies to repair damaged tissues, reduce inflammation, and accelerate healing in patients from across the globe. One increasingly common condition we successfully treat is rotator cuff injuries using novel mesenchymal stem cell injections.
The rotator cuff refers to a group of four muscles and tendons surrounding the shoulder joint. These tissues help stabilize the joint and allow overhead arm movements.
Rotator cuff tears and tendon damage happen often, especially in aging individuals or athletes who repeatedly use overhead arm motions. Symptoms include:
Without proper treatment, minor injuries can progress causing persistent pain and disability.
There are a few reasons rotator cuff damage fails to heal well on its own:
Surgery aims to reattach torn tendons, but outcomes are mixed. Adhesions and re-tearing often develop after lengthy rehabilitation.
Exciting medical research shows that injecting special stem cells derived from the umbilical cord tissue of newborns can greatly improve rotator cuff healing.
Several early clinical studies have explored directly injecting umbilical cord stem cells into damaged shoulder tendons or placing them on biologic collagen scaffolds before implantation in the repair site.
So far, the results are extremely promising:
We have successfully used similar stem cell-based approaches to treat dozens of rotator cuff injury patients from countries across the world, like the USA, Canada, the UK, and Australia.
Are you ready to reclaim your active future? Don’t let a lingering rotator cuff injury sideline you any longer. Stem cell therapy offers a groundbreaking path to healing, with less pain, improved mobility, and lasting results. Contact the Stem Cell Medical Center today for a free consultation and see how we can help you rewrite your shoulder’s story. Experience the hope of stem cell healing. Schedule your consultation now!
Contact us and schedule a consultation to see if you may benefit from regenerative treatments. Stem cell therapy could alleviate your pain and help you regain mobility.