Shoulder pain can present itself at anytime, anywhere. For some, shoulder pain happens as a result of an injury or overuse, whereas others experience discomfort because of a chronic condition or disease. When you are experiencing pain in the shoulder, rotator cuff, or another area, it is likely the result of injury to damage to the tissues. This happens when the degenerative process mentioned above exceeds the regenerative process.
Shoulder pain is very common, and there are many different causes behind it. There are many potential reasons for shoulder pain, which is why it is so important to schedule an appointment for an accurate diagnosis. Some of the most common causes of shoulder pain are:
- Poor posture
- Poor sleeping position
- Improperly lifting heavy items
- Dislocated shoulder
- Sprain or strain
- Rotator cuff injury
- Tendon sheath inflammation
Some think surgery is the only option for long-term relief, but this is not the case. Stem cell therapy is incredibly effective - and much less invasive - when it comes to treating shoulder pain. Stem cell therapy is a great alternative to more traditional forms of treatment, such as over-the-counter medications, opioids and surgery. There are many different types of stem cells within the body, but the best at encouraging musculoskeletal healing are located in bone marrow. At Texas Partners Healthcare Group, we offer a wide range of regenerative medicine options, including Bone Marrow Stem Cells to help heal damaged tissues, joints, muscles, and ligaments in the shoulder.
Stem Cell Therapy for Shoulder Pain
Stem cell injection procedures are non-surgical and provide those with shoulder pain a very viable alternative to surgery and joint replacement. Most people are able to return to their normal activity within days, avoiding a lengthy rehabilitation and any missed work. If our multi-specialists determine you are a good candidate for stem cell therapy, we will harvest the cells from your own bone marrow, meaning there is no risk of rejection or any side effects. If you would like to learn more about how stem cell therapy can provide you with relief associated with common shoulder conditions, please give us a call. We have locations in Allen, Flower Mound, Frisco, Dallas, or McKinney and are here to answer any questions you may have.