Shoulder pain is a very common complaint, but shoulder surgery is particularly difficult due to the complexity of the joint. Post surgical recovery can be painful and typically requires a lengthy rehab period to restore strength and mobility to the shoulder.
As an alternative to shoulder surgery, Regenexx procedures may help alleviate shoulder pain and the conditions that cause it with a simple office injection procedure. Patients typically experience little to no down time from the procedure.
Shoulder Conditions Commonly Treated with Stem Cell and Platelet Procedures
The list below represents the most commonly treated shoulder conditions using Regenexx stem cell or platelet procedures.
This is not a complete list, so please contact us or complete the Regenexx Candidate Form if you have questions about whether you or your condition can be treated with these non-surgical procedures. The type of procedure used (stem cell or blood platelet) to treat these conditions is largely dependent upon the severity of the injury or condition.
- Rotator cuff tears
- Arthritis of the shoulder joint
- Thoracic outlet syndrome
- Labral tears or degeneration
- Rotator cuff tendonitis
- AC Joint Separation
- Recurrent shoulder dislocations
New York Times, Sports Illustrated – SI.com, and More Highlight the Successful Stem Cell Treatment of MLB Pitcher’s Troubled Rotator Cuff and Elbow.
We recently highlighted how the Regenexx Procedures were helping 2-time Super Bowl champion defensive lineman, Jarvis Green, get back to his game with the NFL’s Houston Texans. Pitcher Bartolo Colon is now making major headlines for the stem cell treatment used to help heal damaged ligaments in his pitching arm and shoulder. Read More…
Are You a Candidate For Treatment of Your Shoulder Pain or Injury?
If you are interested in learning whether you are a good candidate for the Regenexx Procedure, please complete the Regenexx Procedure Candidate Form below or call us at 303-495-4014, or Toll Free at 1-888-525-3005. We will typically contact you within 24-48 hours of receiving your initial information.