Stem cell therapy is one of the most exciting innovations in pain management. At Atlantic Coast Pain Specialists, Dr. R. Blake Kline offers cutting-edge stem cell therapy to men and women who suffer from chronic pain. If you’d like to learn more about stem cell therapy, schedule a consultation by calling the Conway, South Carolina, office or use the simple online scheduling tool.
What if you could not only stop your pain but repair the damaged tissue that’s causing it? Research suggests that regenerative medicine therapies, now available at the Carolinas Center for Advanced Management of Pain in North and South Carolina, could help your body do that. With platelet-rich-plasma (PRP) serums or mesenchymal stem cell (MSC) treatments, your pain could be a part of your past. To get started with regenerative medicine, call one of the six offices — located in Anderson, Greenville, Spartanburg, and West Columbia, South Carolina, and Asheville and Gastonia, North Carolina — or use the convenient online form.
Stem Cell Therapy
We are part of a National Program to offer the latest treatment options and education for Stem Cell Therapy.Treatment of Joint Degeneration
Painful joints have often been treated with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such as ibuprofen or naproxen. These drugs are commonly used to treat the symptoms only of arthritis. Over time since the actual problem is not being addressed these patients require some type of surgery or even a total joint replacement. Total joint replacements have long recovery periods and are almost never the patient’s first choice of treatment. These limitations of existing treatments have led doctors to look for other ways to effectively treat arthritis and degenerative related joint pain.
Don’t operate, Regenerate!
Amniotic Tissue Allograph Injection (Amino)
Since joint degeneration involves the breakdown of cartilage, injection involving growth factors, proteins, amino acids, a matrix of collagen (A collective tissue found in the body), hyaluronic acid and stem cells make sense in aid of repairing a joint.
Bright McConnell, III, MD, Charleston Sports & Regenerative Medicine
Charleston Sports Medicine’s founding physician, Bright McConnell, III, MD, is board-certified in orthopaedic surgery and specializes in sports and regenerative medicine. He uses the latest treatments and technologies including minimally invasive procedures and surgical solutions to treat general orthopaedic, sports injuries and degenerative disease. He specializes in the treatment of knee and shoulder disorders. Dr. McConnell is also certified as a clinical densitometrist in the diagnosis and treatment of osteoporosis. A long-standing proponent of orthobiologics, his Daniel Island based practice is the orthopedic regenerative medicine leader in this area.
Dr. McConnell received his Doctor of Medicine degree from the Medical College of Georgia, followed by a surgical internship and orthopaedic surgery residency at the University of Florida. As a senior resident, he completed a Travelling Resident Program in Europe, studying orthopaedic medicine in the Netherlands, Italy, and Switzerland.
Dr. McConnell’s sports medicine fellowship training was completed at the National Athletic Health Institute/Kerlan Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic in Inglewood, California. During his time in California, Dr. McConnell worked with the Los Angeles Lakers, the Dodgers, and the LA Rams, amongst many other professional athletes. He was the team physician for the College of Charleston athletic teams and was a partner of Orthopaedic Specialists of Charleston for almost 20 years before establishing his current private practices.
He is active in many orthopedic and regenerative medicine societies and associations. His accolades and affiliations include “Best Doctors in America,” Member of American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, Member of American College of Sports Medicine, Member of the International Society for Clinical Densitometry and Fellow American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgery.
As we get older, our body’s regenerative capabilities can wane, leaving us prone to a range of painful degenerative conditions.
Cells from a living healthy baby’s umbilical cord could change this, providing the proteins, stem cells and growth factors needed to promote cell renewal and healing.
Do you suffer from pain in your back or your joints, such as hip or knee, which prevents you from living life to the fullest? Is walking, cycling, gardening, fishing, or exercising, no longer possible without pain? If you are missing out on your Golden Years, you need to see a regenerative medicine physician for a consultation. They can determine if the newest innovations in stem cell therapies are right for you.
The treatment is a simple non-surgical injection into the affected joint with no downtime or lengthy recovery. You may maintain your normal lifestyle and allow the cells to create a balanced optimal environment in your joints so your body can repair itself. You should feel maximal results within 3-9 months at which time you can increase your activity levels to match your comfort, but understand that the regenerative process can continue for long periods of time.
Umbilical cord cells contain growth factors, proteins, and stem cells that continue to produce additional growth factors and proteins for a period of time. These components have the potential to positively affect the environment inside the joint and to stimulate your own tissue to aid in the regenerative process while ALSO stimulating your NATIVE STEM CELLS to aid in regeneration.
Robert G. Schwartz, MD has independently owned and operated Piedmont Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, P.A. in Greenville, South Carolina, USA, since 1984. He specializes in physical, vascular and regenerative medicine, and offers non-surgical specialty care for complex, chronic pain.
He is internationally recognized as an innovator and leading practitioner in the Neuromusculoskeletal, Vascular and Regenerative Medicine fields. His body of work includes a long list of peer-reviewed publications, numerous medical directorships and chairs, membership in multiple professional associations, five medical certifications, medical licensure in three states, four long-term teaching appointments, ten guest professorships, and numerous committee appointments.
A Different Kind of Pain Doctor
Dr. Schwartz and his staff are dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of complex, chronic pain, weakness, numbness, immunological compromise, and functional impairment for back, neck, spine and ligament pain; fibromyalgia; osteoarthritis; overuse injuries; sports injuries; thoracic outlet syndrome; reflex sympathetic dystrophy; peripheral neuropathy; peripheral arterial disease; polio; dystonia; lupus-like syndromes; or any chronic pain you have not been able to get diagnosed.
With a concentrated interest in fibromyalgia, CRPS/RSD, regenerative medicine and integrated alternative care, Dr. Schwartz is a strong advocate of a patient-centered approach and is the innovator of the Challenge & Choice program, a tool designed to enhance responsible choice for the health care consumer. His wife, Sheri, is the practice administrator. She also helps patients with nutrition and fitness-related questions.
They Help What Hurts
Dr. Schwartz’s team is dedicated to helping their patients get to the root cause of their problem and finding the best possible way to help them heal. They also recognize that both the diagnosis of these conditions and being a patient in today’s health environment can be difficult, so he and his staff encourage patient involvement in the decision making process. They believe that health care is personal and do their best to foster an office environment that is consistent with their vision: Your Life. Your Health. Your Peace.
If you miss the personal care and concern of the old-style family doctor, you’ll discover that genuine concern, attention to detail, and personal care for the whole patient once again right here in this private practice – Piedmont Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
At The Regenerative Medicine Institute of South Carolina, our patients receive the most effective, safe, and advanced regenerative stem cell therapy available. Our HUCT stem cell therapy activates the body’s own self-healing mechanisms for cellular/tissue regeneration and repair.
HUCT (Human umbilical cord tissue) stem cells contain mesenchymal stem cells offer many regenerative properties.
Stem cell therapy is a safe option for people suffering from a variety of conditions.
No surgery: Faster recovery time and less potential for complications/side effects.
HUCT stem cells are undifferentiated cells, therefore the body does not reject them. Umbilical cord stem cells have been used for over 30 years to help reduce the chance of organ transplant rejection.
Why Stem Cells?
Stem Cell Therapy can regenerate injured or damaged tissue naturally. Healing the problem, not covering it up!
You can get out of pain, avoid surgery, and get back to living life the way you want!
Why Cho0se Us?
We are one of the few clinics that has real physicians (Doctor of Anesthesiology and pain management specialist) performing the stem cell treatment and procedures to ensure the best results and widest range of treatment options for our patients.
We truly care about each individual who walks through our doors and will be the first to tell you if stem cells are not for you. We care about patient results first.
THE STEM CELL THERAPY PROCEDURE
The Southeastern Spine Institute uses the latest technology to treat chronic pain. One innovative treatment utilizes stem cell therapy, which encourages your body’s own stem cells to heal damaged tissue. This procedure can address orthopedic pain in knees, hips, shoulders, feet or ankles.
SSI has found that Stem Cell Therapy may also remedy pain from spinal disc injuries or conditions that haven’t improved following a conservative approach, such as non-surgical treatments.
The offices of Sweetgrass Health & Wellness offer a number of proven treatments that can help you maintain or return to optimal health. These services include:
Chiropractic care including adjustment and spinal correction
Functional Dry Needling (Acupuncture)
Massage therapy including deep tissue
Corrective and preventative exercise regimens
Lifestyle advice including nutritional & weight counseling
Preventative postural and spinal screenings to catch a problem before it starts
Stem Cell therapy as a form of regenerative therapy
Kinesio taping for immobilization as well as the release of tension
Scar tissue dissolution via the Graston Technique or Active Release Technique