Fibromyalgia Syndrome is also acknowledged as FM or FMS. Fibromyalgia is technically categorized as a musculoskeletal disorder, but the condition is now also being documented as an issue relating to the central nervous system also. Symptoms for FM take account of stiff painful joints, chronic fatigue and amplified sensitivity to pain. It also demonstrates symptoms on specific points on a person’s chest, arms, legs or back. Other common symptoms consist of random migraines, irritable bowel syndrome and sleep disorders are often the common theme amid those suffering from Fibromyalgia. It is assessed that virtually 4% percent of the world’s population might be suffering from fibromyalgia syndrome, but even with all our improvements in medicine, there is still no clear reason for the syndrome and the condition is sometime very problematic to diagnose clinically.
Fibromyalgia clinical trials and research have revealed that maximum victims display having pain in certain regions, while others may experience total body discomposure including pain in muscles and tendons. Other symptoms of Fibromyalgia Include:
- Memory troubles.
- Sleep disruptions
- Sleep apnea
- Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
- Systemic lupus erythematosus
- Bruxism (teeth grinding)
Inflammatory bowel diseases such as ulcerative colitis and crohn’s disease – IBD
Stem cells are considered the building blocks of life owing to their astounding creative and natural propensity to regenerate our bodies in case of injuries. They are principally the bodies’ drugstore. The regeneration center offers an effective treatment protocol for Fibromyalgia and Chronic fatigue. Our treatment is exceptional since our protocol introduces a series of multi-stage therapeutic injections of enriched Mesenchymal stem cells to the patient’s body for a very targeted regeneration therapy. In times of suffering, our bodies release a naturally occurring protein called SDF-1. This protein guides the exact movement of other cells surrounding cells to help start the healing process. This “homing” function aids the newly introduced stem cells in your body to travel to the apt areas for repair duties. Autologous (From Your Body) or Allogeneic (HLA Matched and Donated) stem cells are normally harvested from peripheral blood, cord blood, placenta, bone marrow or adipose fat. The cells are then processed and stretched in our single system GMP approved Class 5 Biomedical clean rooms where our microbiologists are able to formulate your therapeutic dosages of stem cells. The prepared MSC enriched stem cells and PRP are re-injected in numerous stages to encourage speedy healing of the formerly impaired cells.
1.Is a Stem Cell Procedure the same as PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)?
No. PRP is concentrating platelets in the blood, not stem cell therapy.
2. Do mesenchymal cells stay localized to the injection site? Is there any risk of them traveling throughout the body?
MSC’s do stay localized to the injection place across multiple studies. This is likely related to the fact that they usually do not flow in the blood stream like other adult stem cell types and are chiefly found resident in the tissues they serve.
3. What complications have been confronted with the procedures?
Using the pertinent guidelines for complications reporting, our complications till date have been in the mild to moderate grouping and rare. This means that either the complication (like brief swelling) required no medical treatment (mild), or if it did necessitate medical treatment, the treatment was simple (moderate-like a patient who failed the process who eventually decided to get the knee replacement that he or she was planning before the process).
4. Why can’t I be on certain medicines during the procedure?
Certain sorts of medicines will negatively sway the stem cells. Furthermore, we usually see that many prescription medicines will lessen stem cell number.
5. How painful is the process for implanting stem cells?
It is somewhat as painful as a typical shot in a doctor’s clinic.
6. When can I expect to feel better and see the results?
The results should become obvious over 1-3 months, but at times can take as long as 6-9 months.
7. When can I return to normal activity?
This depends on the kind of procedure. However, all of our techniques are designed to promote as much early activity as possible.