Patient from Denver Uses Stem Cells to Treat Severe Neck Pain: Returns to Golf, Skiing & Healthy Sleep

Scott Brandt, M.D. Stem Cells For Neck Pain

It is a pleasure to treat other doctors at our facilities. Having heard of the great results stem cells therapy has provided our other back pain patients, we were visited by a 53-year old physician with severe neck pain that prevented him from golf, skiing, and even good sleep. By undergoing stem cell therapy for his neck and spine, he was able to get back to golf and skiing within the year. Contact our Vail or Denver office to find out if you could be a candidate for stem cell ...
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Patient from Chicago Uses Stem Cell Therapy to Treat Achilles Tendon, Returns to Skiing & Cycling

Scott Brandt, M.D. Stem Cells for Joint & Soft Tissue Pain, Stem Cells for Tendons

Lisa is a 52-year marketing executive who had been suffering with Achilles tendon pain for approximately nine months. She reported that the pain had dramatically worsened over the three months before consulting with me and she had pain scores of up to 7 out of 10 depending on her activity. Initially she did not undergo stem cell treatment for her partially torn Achilles tendon. She instead underwent extensive conservative care during that time without even modest improvement in her pain and mobility. These therapies included deep tissue massage, physical therapy, ...
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Patient Undergoes Stem Cell Therapy for Low Back Pain & SI Joint Dysfunction: Returns to Regular Exercise

Scott Brandt, M.D. Stem Cell Therapy For Facet Joint Pain [3 Patient Case Studies], Stem Cells for Back Pain, Stem Cells for Degenerative Disc Disease, Stem Cells for Sciatica, Stem Cells for SI Joint

Following a weightlifting injury in July 2015, Tom, a 49 year-old gentleman, began to experience persistent low back pain with radiation into his buttock and occasionally into his calves. Conservative Treatments Tried After two weeks of rest, he underwent extensive conservative care including chiropractic manipulation, physical therapy and dry needling without significant improvement in his symptoms. Patient Profile He had a lumbar MRI done in February 2016. His MRI was significant for degenerative disc disease at L3-S1 and facet arthropathy at L4-5. There was a small central disc herniation at ...