The human body has amazing regenerative capabilities. By using the body’s own cells and advanced scientific techniques, Dr. Silberberg and his team can help you manage your pain through regenerative medicine. It’s important to speak to a medical professional before beginning a regenerative procedure, but the results will absolutely be worth your time.

Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy in Austin

Platelets are cells found in the bloodstream that promote healthy blood clotting while also delivering proteins that help the body heal wounds. By taking samples of your own blood and removing other blood components with a centrifuge, blood plasma with a high concentration of platelets remains. When injected into a problem area, this platelet-rich plasma accelerates healing.

Platelet-rich plasma therapy can speed up the restoration of soft tissues like muscles, tendons, and ligaments, and can be used to treat a wide variety of conditions, including arthritis, rotator cuff tears, and plantar fasciitis.

Austin Stem Cell Therapy Specialists

The unique property of a human stem cell is its capability to develop into multiple different cell types. They are the raw materials of the body, with the ability to become any kind of cellular building block with specialized function. After being harvested safely from your own body, stem cells can be delivered to target areas to encourage growth of new, healthier cells. With the regenerative properties of stem cells, your body is healing itself in ways previously thought to be impossible.

A stem cell therapy procedure begins by harvesting stem cells from your bone marrow. These stem cells, along with platelet-rich plasma, are injected into a problem area. Depending on the injection site, the stem cells can then become new bone or cartilage cells. This treatment proves effective for those who suffer from osteoarthritis and/or chronic pain, as well as people recovering from ligament damage.


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"Dr. Julia is the best! The staff is professional and friendly to all. Best of all, Dr. Julia is finding solutions for my chronic pain! Never thought that it would be possible. It's a journey for me, but it seems like there is a solution."

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does stem cell therapy use embryonic cells?

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No, stem cell therapy typically does not use embryonic cells. Embryonic stem cells are derived from embryos, while the stem cells used in stem cell therapy are typically adult stem cells, which are taken from other sources.

Where do you obtain your stem cells?

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We’ll obtain stem cells from your own body, or, in some cases, from a donor. In either case, we’ll make sure they’re safe for your body.

How long is the procedure?

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It usually takes one hour or less and you may only feel a tiny poke from the needle. Most of the time, one treatment is enough to make you feel better.

Does health insurance cover Stem Cell Therapy in Austin?

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Most health insurance plans will cover stem cell therapy if it is considered medically necessary, however they may require you to try other treatments first before they will cover stem cell therapy. Contact us for more information about coverage.

How long is the recovery time after Stem Cell Therapy?

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While patients experience soreness following the procedure, they can generally perform everyday tasks after 3-4 days following the procedure. 

Why should I choose Greater Austin Pain Center for Stem Cell Therapy?

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Our pain specialists have an outstanding track record of using regenerative medicine to help patients find relief from chronic and short term pain. Contact us today to find out how we can help you recover!

Is PRP and Stem Cell Therapy the same thing?

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No, PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) and stem cell therapy are not the same thing. PRP is a form of therapy that uses a patient's own blood to stimulate healing and promote tissue regeneration, while stem cell therapy involves the use of stem cells to help repair and regenerate damaged tissue.

Is PRP Therapy effective?

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Yes, PRP therapy has been clinically proven to be effective in treating a variety of medical conditions, such as tendonitis, arthritis, and other musculoskeletal injuries. Contact us today to find out if you’re a good candidate for PRP therapy in Austin!

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