He is treating a neuroma where I have scar tissue around a nerve from my surgery and the pins and tingling and numbness are almost gone! But, the OA is an entirely different issue. I have had one gel injection which semi helped but not enough. Of course doc says I am too young for TKR and although bone on bone in part of my knee not all of it.
Does it work for everyone?
I am not sure? I just talked to the surgeon and I need to google about it but he said it would work for me and that it works way better than gel injections and you only need to do it once... Seems to good to be true?
I'm curious too.
I did stem cells in hip and knee. I used PRP, adipose cells and umbilical chord cells. It’s a process but I know my knee cells have migrated to where they need to be. My hip will take longer as it was stage 4, but to me it was way better than surgery
So glad it worked for you. I am pretty sure once i secure funds that I will do it too. Hope I get good results!
I had stem cells put into my hip $7K wasted still needed hip replacement
So sorry! That is no good!!!
my surgeon told me he was on the fence with stem cell treatments and couldn't give me a good enough success rate for me to even consider it, my surgeon has been amazing in caring for me. sad to hear it didn't work for you, but also glad you said so, made me feel better about not trying it.
(my OA is in my hip too)
Maybe you could check into a partial knee replacement. I'm bone on bone only on the inside of my knee and I'm having a partial done at the end of February. They supposedly last 15 to 20 years
Yes that is what I am actually looking at... a partial knee replacement.