Stem Cell Therapy


Stem cell therapy is a cutting edge breakthrough in medical care. Stem cell therapy is changing the way we treat acute and chronic pain because these therapies can eliminate the need for major surgery. Instead of masking the pain with injection blocks or medication, stem cell therapy can help heal the damaged tissue at its source.

What is Stem Cell Therapy?

Stem cells are undifferentiated cells that have the ability to replace dying cells and regenerate damaged tissue. A high concentration of these cells are obtained from the patient’s own bone marrow or fat tissues (adipose) or from a purified amnionic tissue. Our practice uses a sterile closed surgical process to obtain the stem cells. Once obtained, the cells are isolated with a specialized centrifuge and then injected into the painful area on the same day using special imaging to make sure the cells are placed exactly where they are needed.

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How Does Stem Cell Therapy Work?

Stem cells usually remain dormant unless they detect some kind of tissue injury. Then the ‘undifferentiated’ stem cells are called to areas of injury where they are capable of regenerating healthy cells. Sometimes our body’s own healing response is not enough. That's when a concentrated source of stem cells is needed. Stem cell therapy obtains high concentrations of cells to create an environment for the body to heal itself without the need for medications or steroid injections. When stem cells are injected into an area of injury, they enable the body’s natural healing processes to be dramatically accelerated. The cells can stimulate the formation of many different types of tissue including cartilage, tendon, ligaments, bone and fibrous connective tissues.

Center for Pain Management & Rehab

The Center for Pain Management & Rehab strongly believes that no one should have to live in pain. Our physicians will take the time to educate patients about their conditions and their available treatment options so they can make the best decisions about their care. Each patient will receive individualized treatment based on their specific needs to ensure the best possible outcome.


Stem cell therapy with PRP serves as natural, alternative treatments for people who live with pain and severe osteoarthritis or degenerative joint diseases of shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee, foot and ankle . They are indicated for people who are qualified for total joint placement but want to avoid complications from surgeries and pain medications.

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What Are Used for Stem Cell?

Chronic joint pain, osteoarthritis or degenerative joint diseases and tendon or sport injuries of:

  • Shoulder
  • Elbow
  • Wrists
  • Hip
  • Knee
  • Foot
  • Ankle
  • Etc.

Natural Healing of Your Joint Diseases. No Down Time, No Surgery, No Drugs!

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Is Stem Cell Therapy Right for Me?

If you have a painful injury that is not healing and would like to avoid major surgery or if you are currently only masking pain through injection therapy or medication, stem cell therapy may be right for you. Because these procedures are relatively new, they’re still not covered by most insurances. Our physicians can meet with you to review your specific situation.

What is the Healing Time & Process?

Each procedure usually takes less than one hour. Performed safely in our medical office, these therapies can relieve and heal the cause of pain without the risks or inconvenience of surgery, general anesthesia or hospital stays. Although vigorous activities such as running should be avoided for several weeks, most people return to their jobs the next day.


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Center for Pain Management and Rehab
10326 N. Juliet Ct
Peoria, IL 61615
Phone: 309-296-0666
Fax: 309-689-8410
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