Foot and ankle injuries are extremely common, especially among active adults and children. Thankfully, they can be treated non-surgically with stem cell therapy, platelet-rich plasma (PRP), or other regenerative therapies. The exact treatment will depend on the nature of the injury and how old the patient is.
Common Causes of Foot Pain
- Achilles tendinitis
- Plantar fasciitis
If you have been diagnosed with any of the above, we encourage you to contact Texas Partners Healthcare Group today and schedule an appointment with one of our specialists.
Stem Cell Therapy for Foot Pain
Stem cell therapy and other regenerative therapies are non-surgical injections that happen in just one visit to our office. They are a very effective alternative to many other forms of treatment, such as surgery and medication. Cells in your body can die over time causing pain or discomfort in specific areas, stem cells could be the answer to stimulate your body's natural healing process.
When you come into our clinic for stem cell therapy, we will begin by harvesting cells from your body. Then we will inject these concentrated stem cells into the part of the foot that is giving you trouble, encouraging the new cells to restore and revive the damaged ones. This treatment is very effective and pain-free, which is why it has quickly become the go-to for foot pain. Once they are re-injected into the foot, they can start to naturally repair any injured tendons, ligaments, and arthritic joints.
At Texas Partners Healthcare Group, we understand that foot and ankle problems can be debilitating and impact your overall health and well-being. This is one of the main reasons why we are dedicated to providing our patients with solutions that actually work. Many people who have sustained a foot injury are told surgery is their only option, but this is not the case. Modern medicine has come a long way, today providing patients of all ages with minimally-invasive options that offer long-term relief.
If you would like to learn more about stem cell therapy and how it can help common foot conditions, please contact Texas Partners Healthcare Group today. We have locations in Allen, Flower Mound, Frisco, Dallas, or McKinney and are here to answer any questions you may have.