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Stem Cell Therapy

Today in the medical literature and around the world we are seeing incredibly positive results with stem cells in treating heart disease, brain disease, diabetes, cancer, arthritis, spinal cord injuries, burns, macular degeneration, and much more.

*Stem cells are safely being used to regenerate tissue and literally rebuild organs in medical research. According to many medical providers around the world, Individuals who struggle with Diabetes, MS or Parkinson’s disease have found relief through stem cell therapy. At our clinic at Oregon Medical Centers, we have seen the reversal of chronic joint inflammation and degradation in arthritis as well as other positive benefits.

This umbilical cord stem cell procedure using mesynchamal tissue is simple and takes just 15 to 60 minutes depending on the areas being injected. This therapy can be performed at Oregon Medical Centers clinics located in Salem and Aloha, Oregon. These incredible regenerative medicine procedures provide pain relief without the risks of surgery, general anesthesia, hospital stays or prolonged recovery. There is no recovery required, and patients walk out on the day of the procedure. We do recommend however that you don’t put any increased stress or unnecessary pressure on the area of treatment for a few weeks following the procedure. Most patients experience significant relief within the first month and results continue to improve and regeneration continues over the course of up to 6-9 months. 

I have seen many patients that undergo knee replacement surgery that has not ended optimally. I always wish that they had done stem cells first because the recovery time and invasiveness of surgery was so challenging for the patient, the results were not what they had desired and once a joint has been replaced you cannot do stem cells. With stem cells, the recovery is simple. So again, I always wish people would try stem cells before the invasive surgery,” says Dr. Wade Oakden, MD. 

Additional suggestions have been to eat healthy, abstain from sugars and a high carb diet of processed foods. We suggest eating healthy organic foods with no/ low sugar in your diet and no processed foods. Stick with a healthy diet of plenty of vegetables, fruit, lean meats & wholesome grains. Adding plain water and no sodas is an added benefit. Get plenty of rest and low stress, during the initial few weeks to allow optimum results. 

*Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA