Stem Cell Allograft Care for Musculoskeletal Conditions / Arthritis

Musculoskeletal disease affects more than one in every two persons in the United States aged 18 and over, and nearly three out of four people aged 65 and over. Chronic pain from musculoskeletal damage or injury is one of the most disabling health conditions and until advances in Stem Cell Allograft care showed remarkable results, treatment was limited to risky surgery, addictive pain medications and hit or miss physical therapies.

The musculoskeletal system is comprised of the bones, joints, tendons, ligaments and other connective tissues that give the body support, stability and movement. The structural and functional integrity of these distinctive parts is paramount for organ functioning and is an integral part of other biological systems. It impacts metabolic activities and the overall health of people of all ages, and most especially, the functional independence and cognitive preservation of the elderly.

More than 150 musculoskeletal disorders have been identified, comprising the most frequent cause of physical disability in the developed world. Chronic low back pain, joint pain, and disability from arthritis are three of the top four most commonly reported medical conditions. Degeneration often occurs in areas of the body where there is a low blood supply and oxygen level. This diseased environment does not allow stem cells to reach the painful area for cell signaling to take place for healing and regeneration.

Regenerative medicine provides the right cells, growth factors and cellular environment to induce healing and regrowth in a body area where blood flow and stem cells could otherwise not reach, especially joints, ligaments, tendons and even bone.

Conditions We See That Respond with Stem Cell Allografts








Michigan Integrative Health

6300 22 Mile, Suite 1
Shelby Township, MI


Phone:  844-MIH-STEM


Monday-Thursday: 9:00am-6:00pm
Friday-Sunday: Closed


Stem Cell Allograft care can resolve/reduce osteoarthritic pain and stimulate the regrowing and repairing of joint and tissue damage.

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