Stem Cell Therapy Procedure - Premier Stem Cell Institute
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Before/during/after treatment

EXPECTATION

Every individual is different. Two key determinants for success are severity of your condition and your body’s response to stem cell therapy. At Premier Regenerative, we provide consultations with patients from around the world to determine whether they are candidates for stem cell therapy and/or platelet-rich plasma.

THE PROCEDURE

In the procedure, the physician will aspirate bone marrow from the iliac crest of your pelvis, concentrate it, then deliver it back into your body intravenously. In all, the process takes less than 45 minutes.
Because your procedure will utilize a concentrated preparation of your own cells, it is considered “autologous point-of-care.” The procedure is fast, and in most cases can be completed with moderate sedation. Click here to learn more about the procedure process.

WHAT CAN I EXPECT AFTER THE PROCEDURE?

Stem cell procedures are usually done on an outpatient basis, meaning there is no need for an overnight hospital stay. With an intravenous stem cell procedure, most patients should expect to walk out of the clinic and resume low-impact activities immediately. Click here to learn more about the post-procedure process.

WHEN CAN I RESUME PHYSICAL ACTIVITY?

The most important part of any stem cell therapy is adhering to your post-procedure restrictions, which will be covered before your procedure. For the procedure to have the best chance to yield lasting benefit, our physicians strongly recommend:

  • Refrain from anti-inflammatory medication
  • Rest for the first 24–48 hours but do not lie sedentary
  • For weeks 3–4, cardio is allowed
  • After four weeks, weightlifting and running are permitted

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