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Regenerative Stem Cell Therapy

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Regenerative Stem Cell Therapy
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12463/6906548?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Mon, 08 May 2017 14:08:23 +0000 Primary Medical Partners Regenerative Stem Cell Therapy http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12463/6906548?cpt=8&wpid=2637 WATN >>amy: if you have arthritis, knee pain or osteoporosis or headaches or are leg with chronic pain, our next guest are here for you. they treat that and much more using stem cell therapy. what does that mean? here to tell us exactly what that means, alan james and richard babcock. good morning to you. >> good morning. thank you for having us b3 telus first of all what condition does stem cell therapy help. >> the launching pad we brought into our clinic is mostly osteoarthritis. they have needs there needs any replacing, chronic shoulder pain, spine pain certainly on top of the list. that led us to figure out what can we do for the community that might help us long-term as opposed to kicking a symptom further down the road with a corticosteroid or medication. >>amy: as you are sitting there, i am wait, there it is. so how does this help? what does this involve? >> we are bringing in umbilical cord stem cell. the easy way to think is this is the noncontroversial stem cells is a healthy babies that have gone home with mom and full-term. stem cells are screened and made sure that they are clean through the tissue bank system like lifeblood. the patient can come in after an examination and determine what the logical area is for stem cell therapy. it is one injection. >> i was going to ask how many. >> that is one injection as opposed to eight weeks of physical therapy and downtime. this is one injection. the stem cells get in there and do what they do in the next 3 to 6 months and you should have a new internal structure, the knee, the hip, shoulder or spine. >>amy: this is unbelievable technology that is being provided by you guys. i can only imagine for folks in pain, this comes as welcome relief. >> our clinic has always been geared toward pain management with therapies and the medical side and the physical therapy side. what this is allowing our office to do is finally solved the problem of the patient. and you've got a great event coming up, right, tell us about that. >> we are having a dinner to discuss all these questions and answer any questions anybody might have. it's going to be on thursday, may 11. >>amy: fabulous. >> there will be great food. it is at 11:30 and about what happens to be full because we are getting a high demand for it, we will be having more of them. you can contact us at the clinic. >>amy: so register so to speak. >> absolutely. >>amy: you don't get opportunities like this very often to ask questions like this. >> it is one of those situations where we know we are bringing in something new we want to give people the opportunity to come and field their questions and discuss it. we want them to be more comfortable about it. >>amy: out of curiosity, what does the fda say? >> they are not taking a stance. they have handed this over to the tissue banks. they consider it a blood product. as a matter of fact, my children are 13 and 10. back then, we were banking cord blood based on what friends worked at saint june are working on at that time. it is new for some of these procedures but has been around for quite a while. >>amy: it is so funny and i hear people say that's often times things come to different parts of the country and they lastly come to memphis. what about insurance? does that cover this or how does that work? x that is one of the first questions we get. it is not covered by insurance. it is considered a cash procedure. it is considered less by far than most deductibles. when you look at the overall, hey, i've got one injection and i'm not missing any time at work. i'm not having to go to rehab and you fix the problem. it's quite impressive we are able to save and no wrong long run just save in the long run. >>amy: primary medical partners, stem cell therapy. this event will likely fill up very quickly so you definitely want to reserve your spot and ask those questions and get any questions that you or




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