A Natural Solution For Many Conditions

From tennis elbow, knee pain, shoulder pain, Achilles injuries and degenerative disc disease to sports or overuse injuries, this simple treatment eliminates the need for pain medications and invasive reconstructive surgery. 

What Type of Stem Cells are Used?

NJ Pain Care Specialists uses a stem cell product that is unique compared other regenerative medicine products: Our supplier, BioGenix, provides mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) that are derived from umbilical cord blood.

Where Do the Stem Cells Come From?

These superior cells come from safe, reliable hospital sources via a non-invasive, simple, and painless procedure. The hospitals invite expecting mothers to donate umbilical cord blood following the healthy births of their children. It is extracted under sterile conditions compliant with FDA standards from the already-separated cord without requiring a risky, surgical procedure. And, importantly for many doctors and patients, the cells are not from embryonic tissues, eliminating controversial ethical issues.

What Happens During the Stem Cell Procedure?

  • After the area of the body that requires treatment is sterilized, a local anesthetic is administered to numb the tissue

  • The physician carefully guides a needle into the affected area and may utilize ultrasound to  place it correctly

  • With the needle in position, the cord-derived stem cells are injected directly into the affected area

What Can You Expect Post-procedure?

You will be able to go home the same day. Discomfort should be minimal, with some localized pain around the injection site – just as from any other needle. Patients can return to their pre-procedure activity rapidly. Results from stem cell treatment vary from patient to patient. Some patients require multiple treatments.

Please feel free to contact us at New Jersey Pain Care Specialists to discuss any questions or concerns you may have about your own situation. Dr. Bram and staff will give you the time and attention to properly understand and accurately diagnose your condition, and to recommend the most advanced, non-invasive, effective and efficient treatment to eliminate or relieve your pain.

At the present time, Stem Cell Therapy is not covered by medical insurance.