Stem cell paste injection for nerve, disc, joint pain

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kaseykat
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   Posted 7/1/2017 2:57 PM (GMT -6)   
Hello Everyone, I would like to share with you about my recent stem cell paste injection. On June 15, 2017, Dr. Todd Malan of Scottsdale AZ harvested abdominal adipose ( fat) tissue through a mini lipo-suction. Then the stem cells are separated from the fat tissue and counted by computerized equipment. The stem cells are formed into a paste without any additional chemicals, enzymes, or substance. This stem cell paste contains a very high concentration of stem cells (millions). The stem cells will be healing and combating inflammation and pain at the injection site for 2years. The stem cell paste was injected into my L5S1 disc. After the procedure, I had no back pain. This stem cell paste can be injected into any nerve, disc, or joint. The stem cells will grow new cartilage for any arthritic joint. The cost of the stem cell paste is far less than expensive back or knee surgery. It has been 2weeks since the stem cell paste injection. I continue to be pain free. This is God's Miracle Medicine! Take care........Peggy Rogers.

(Seashell)
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   Posted 7/1/2017 4:00 PM (GMT -6)   
Kaseykat:
That's encouraging to hear that you have already experienced such a positive effect to the stem cell transplant. I agree with you that stem cell therapy holds promise for a variety of joint disorders.

I live in Portland, Oregon. A local physician (interventional radiologist, Rahalu Desai, MD) has established a speciality clinic that focus on restorative medicine, including stem cell therapies. The man is brilliant and his results are impressive. It is a promising area of medicine.

Best wishes and prayers for success in the stem cell transplant that you have received,
- Karen -

kaseykat
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   Posted 7/1/2017 6:11 PM (GMT -6)   
Karen, I've received adipose stemcells for the past 4 years. I suffered also with pudendal neuralgia. On January 18th, Dr. Malan of Scottsdale AZ injected my damaged pudendal nerve with adipose stem cell paste. It relieved 95% of the pain. I'm off narcotic medications completely. Dr. Malan is the first physician to treat pudendal neuralgia with the stem cell paste injection worldwide! This is the future of Medicine. Take care.....Pegs

jeanniebird
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   Posted 9/26/2017 12:58 AM (GMT -6)   
I'm brand new on this forum.

Seashell, KaseyKat or others,

Is there anyone who is willing to connect via phone? Is there a way to privately share contact info?

For me it's extremely difficult and painful to type, or be in front of computer. I'd love to talk with others who are open to phone calls? I'm in CST, USA.

I have had long term, severe, debilitating chronic pain. (root causes are mostly unknown). I've spent years of seeing multiple specialists, getting tests, trying many conventional and complementary therapies, etc)

I have been suffering terribly with a complicated multiple problem-Mystery illness. Not conclusive but some say: pssible pudendal nerve neuropathy, sciatica, plantar fasciitis, possible chronic lyme infection and co-infections, SI joint disfunction, coccydynia, Auto-immune Hashimotos thyroiditis, Fibromyalgia, depression, anxiety, PTSD, poor sleep.

I'm starting to research stem cell therapy myself as of TODAY! I'm considering a local clinic in Twin cities, MN, USA offering treatments via IV for the whole body from Mothers umbilical cord stem cells. Donors have gone thru rigorous screening. Stem cells do not include any blood, and go thru DNA Neutralization. I will investigate how or IF they can assure me that the donor does NOT have LYME disease and co-infections?? A friend contracted her Lyme disease thru a blood transfusion, so this is a risk I'm very concerned about and I'd need reassurance!

According to a knowledgable patient care case manager I spoke with at the clinic, Umbilical cord stem cells are the most recently (FDA?) approved source method providing the youngest, strongest stem cells available for treatments to date.

They are having such great success with this, they are doing less and less of the other types of stem cells mentioned such as stomach fat cells, bone marrow, etc.

4 cc units total would be administered in 1 or multiple IV-sessions. Basically I understand the stem cells communicate with the body signals to go to damaged, inflamed, painful, diseased area's and will copy the healthy tissues. I'm told they divide 64 times, and multiply over 3-6 months. Can help stop progressive disease processes, aging, pain, and can indirectly balance the bodies norepinephrine & serotonin. This can improve mood, hope, and quality of life. Some even experience Eye sight or hearing improvement.

Of course, this is WAY beyond my financial means and insurance doesn't cover. I hope I would not need follow up Booster treatments! If this could relieve this horrific chronic pain, I would figure out somehow, some way to pay for it.

Any input, personal experience, success stories, support, especially via phone is greatly appreciated.

Thank you,
jeanniebird

straydog
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   Posted 9/26/2017 6:56 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi Jeanniebird & welcome to the forum. I am sorry to read that you are having such difficulties. Things get complicated when drs cannot give us answers to our health issues. Have you ever considered going to a teaching/university hospital? There are many members here at Healing Well that has done this when main stream drs could not come up with proper diagnosis. They have an entirely different approach & they work to get answers.

I suggest that you click on kaseykat's name & it will pull up several of her posts. She gives good information about the stem cell treatment she has been doing. By the way, her insurance approved & paid for her treatment. I am always leery of facilities that are not approved by any insurance. Sometimes they become an endless money pit. You can always go to the FDA's website & see if the treatment this clinic offers is approved.

We do not have PM here as this is a very old system. You can go into your profile & put your email address in as a source of contact. Only members can view your email address. The owner of HW does want us posting personal info because of the spam issues we have.

I do hope you can get some answers. Take care.
Susie
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Anniewhereugo
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   Posted 9/27/2017 11:10 AM (GMT -6)   
This is great to hear as I have been following the use of stem cell to regrow jaw joints. I hope it doesn't take much longer.
protruding discs, c-4, c-5 and c-7 with spinal cord impingement, which is causing numbness, pins and needles and peripheral pain.arthritis of the left knee

skeye
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   Posted 9/27/2017 1:56 PM (GMT -6)   
My pain management doctor wanted me to consider doing this for my back. He is going to start offering stem cell injections (either from bone marrow or fat, not sure) himself soon, but is not set up yet, so I was referred elsewhere. I did go for a consult with the doctor, but I was not a candidate at that time, because I still had nerve root compression. It is something that I would consider looking into again if I am still having problems down the line, now that the nerve root compression has been resolved. But it was several thousand dollars for the treatment, and I've heard that many (if not most) insurances do not cover it, which presents an issue. I also don't know how reliable it is. I've seen good results from bone marrow derived stem cells in horses, but I've also seen it fail. Same with PRP -- I've seen it work fairly well in dogs, and I've also seen it not work. And I would question the purported efficacy of systemic administration of stem cells even further. Stem cell science is advancing, but is really still in its infancy.

Skeye
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