Neck Injuries


 

TREATMENT STARTS WITH A DIAGNOSIS …

Seeking medical attention to get a diagnosis for any joint pain is your first move toward a healthy lifestyle. Remember self-care and immediate attention to pain are the answers to solving a lifetime of physical suffering and exorbitant medical costs. In most pain management cases involving joints, Regenerative Stem Cell Therapy from Florida Stem CellMD in Fort Lauderdale may be your answer to no operations and relieving daily discomfort. Dr. Neel Amin’s innovative treatments have an 85% chance of complete recuperation with only one 15-minute injection of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), Amniotic Cells, and/or Mesenchymal Stem Cells. 

DIAGNOSIS:

A herniated disc, bulging disc, radiculopathy, pinched nerve, cervical instability, cervical facet injury, neck and instability all cause pain. These injuries can put you out of commission for a significant amount of time. Dr. Neel Amin, MD has the latest innovative techniques in regenerative medicine involve injecting mesenchymal Stem Cells into your neck, where they promote your body’s own healing process and begin reproducing stem cells for use in repairing the injury. Not only do they strengthen the joint, reduce pain, and improve mobility, the stem cells also promote the growth of new cartilage.

Neck pain is not anybody’s idea of fun, especially if you are looking at not living with the pain for the rest of your life. Neck pain can originate in your spine. Since your spine connects nerves to other parts of your body, these problems can translate into pain anywhere from your head to your feet.

Until recent advances in stem cell technology, your only options were surgery and pain management. Thanks to advances in regenerative medicine, acceptance of these treatments is more widespread.

 

You’ve Got Nerve 

You have 31 pair of spinal nerves that emerge from both sides of your spine. These nerves act as both sensory and motor nerves, sending and receiving messages between your brain and the rest of your body. Even if you experience pain in other parts of your body, you may be suffering from nerve compression.

You have probably used the term “pinched nerve,” but a real pinched nerve is serious. It is another way of referring to nerve compression. If you aggravate a pinched nerve further or don’t treat it, a pinched nerve can turn into radiculopathy. Pinched nerves and radiculopathy can affect your arms, hands and fingers, as well as your legs, feet and toes.

Symptoms include

  • Weakness,
  • Tingling,
  • Numbness, and
  • Pain.

Nerve issues can wreak havoc throughout your body. Without treatment, nerve compression can break down the protective barriers around your nerves and cause additional problems.

 
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Issues with Instability

Another leading cause of chronic pain is ligament instability. This can be the product of natural degeneration or the result of injury. Instability anywhere can make you feel as if you are moving your body in more ways than what it can tolerate.

If your ligaments fail to hold your bones and joints in their correct positions, you will compromise their ability to move like they should. This can be extremely painful, and it can lead to muscle spasms because they are overworked. Common areas of instability are Cervical instability and Neck instability.

 

MESENCHYMAL STEM CELL THERAPY

The best way to fight instability is to strengthen your ligaments. Regenerative medicine does exactly this. It promotes the growth of new ligament cells, which essentially repair your tissue damage. PRP therapy, Amniotic Cell therapy, and Stem cell therapy are gaining popularity in the United States for treating nerve problems. It works a couple of different ways. Nerve compression typically is caused by swelling somewhere on your spine. Once the source is identified by a physician experienced in regenerative cell therapy, the process can begin.

 
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Regenerative cells have amazing anti-inflammatory properties, so they can reduce the swelling, which relieves your pain. But if it’s something like a herniated disc that’s putting pressure on your nerve, regenerative cells also treat the cause of the nerve compression.

These back, neck and disc conditions have the potential to interfere with your everyday life. Discuss treatment options with your regenerative medicine specialist, Dr. Neel Amin, M.D.  

In many cases, stem cell therapy repairs the damage with a minimally invasive procedure with minimal downtime. The entire outpatient procedure takes less than an 15 minutes in most cases. With the help of a digital X-ray machine with an immediate,live display,Mesenchymal stem cells are injected directly into your problem area, and After-care consists of only a Band-Aid and possibly some sensitivity for 2-3 days at the injection site.

If your specialist opts for a platelet rich plasma treatment, the procedure is equally easy:
Your doctor draws some blood. The platelets and white blood cells (PRP) are separated from the rest of your blood using a machine that separates the good platelets from the inflamed ones,

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With the help of a digital X-ray machine with an immediate,live display,Mesenchymal stem cells are injected directly into your problem area, and After-care consists of only a Band-Aid and possibly some sensitivity for 2-3 days at the injection site.

If your specialist opts for a platelet rich plasma treatment, the procedure is equally easy:

Your doctor draws some blood,

The platelets and white blood cells (PRP) are separated from the rest of your blood using a machine that separates the good platelets from the inflamed ones,


The PRP is then added to a smaller amount of lidocaine, and


This new enriched PRP is injected back into your body to help it heal itself

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Oakland Park, FL 33334
Phone: 954-546-7585
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