Back Pain2018-04-30T05:37:58+00:00


The term collectively used to refer to the degeneration of various tissue components of the spine, symptoms of vital inflammation and disc damage is known as chronic back pain. To get lasting relief from discomfort of the spine and ease of mobility, the comprehensive treatment approach used to treat the spinal pain is stem cell therapy. Persistent back pain may be due to recurring inflammatory infection or as a result of injury.


The spine can go chronically out of its alignment when several ligaments fail due to conditions of degeneration. To apply mechanical methods to push the spine back into position, many procedures such as fusion, chipping away bone spurs, stripping ligaments, and disk material shaving are used in surgery methods. However, the mechanical methods of surgery on focus on the mechanical realignment of the spine without addressing factors like lack of microcirculation, premature death of cells, excessive response of the immune system and inflammation, frayed ligaments, and tissue degeneration.

The mechanical approach introduces a number of problems like back surgery syndrome failure, unsatisfactory healing, repeat surgeries, and destabilized levels around the operated zones. To resume some degree of normalcy, many patients might be forced to resort to drug or pharmacological pain management routines which might lead to lasting side effects and adverse reactions without eliminating the pain.

By harnessing the natural healing mechanisms of your own body, Aspen Regenerative Cell Therapy seeks to address the underlying reasons that prolong or produce chronic disorders and pain in the back as opposed to the surgical or pharmacology means of addressing symptoms of a dysfunction of the spine.


The factors that contribute to the back pain many patients experience are as many as follows:

  • Post-spinal surgery pain due to failed back syndrome
  • Degenerative disease of the disc
  • Spinal Stenosis

It is essential to know the contributing factors for nerve and tissue damage or inflammation that lead to persistent and prolonged back pain. Findings of clinical research reveal that entire system inflammation is apparently involved more in back pain and disc disease than previously thought. In order to point out that our spine or some other part of the body needs attention, inflammation and pain usually appear together. Stem cell therapy is thankfully useful in managing inflammation and repairs.


According to clinical studies, it can allow patients to avoid surgery. They are effective in improving water content, disc height, creating new tissue for cartilage and healthy bone cells, and resolving fissures. The cells can also secret molecules that regulate the over-inflamed areas that are damaged.

The combination of regenerative and adult stem cells found in body fat (adipose tissue) is called repair cells due to their capacity to:

  • Increase blood flow by stimulating the growth of new vessels
  • Control abnormal immune response
  • Minimize scaring from post-spine surgery
  • Stop premature death of cells and tissue
  • Replace bone and cartilage cells, including the disc
  • Regulate inflammation


It is a noninvasive, one day treatment that varies from patient to patient according to their customized treatment. It is designed to lower the downtime for healing in several ways.

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