Here are some frequently asked questions about Regenerative Biologics Injections and their use in joint therapy:


What is Regenerative Biologics Injection Therapy?

Regenerative Biologics injection therapies, including Prolotherapy, Prolozone Therapy, Platelet Rich Plasma, and Human Cellular Tissue Therapy, offer a safe and cost-effective approach to treating musculoskeletal injuries and chronic pain. These noninvasive techniques have minimal side effects and don’t require sedation. Unlike steroid injections that merely reduce inflammation, regenerative injection therapies stimulate cell growth to repair and strengthen connective tissues like tendons, ligaments, cartilage, meniscus, and labrum. By addressing the root cause of chronic pain, often stemming from injury or structural weakness, these therapies provide long-term solutions and can significantly alleviate or even cure chronic pain. In many cases, they should be considered before opting for prolonged narcotic therapy or surgery.


What is Human Cellular Tissue therapy?

“Human Cellular Tissue therapy,” otherwise known as “Cell-based therapies” or “Stem Cells Therapy,” is a groundbreaking approach being explored across virtually every field of medicine. By harnessing the power of cells—the fundamental building blocks of the body—we aim to regenerate and repair damaged tissues. This innovative branch of medicine, known as regenerative medicine, diverges from traditional methods that rely on foreign chemicals or synthetic joint replacements. Instead, it utilizes the body’s intrinsic repair mechanisms, directing them precisely where they are needed most. This makes it one of the most natural treatments available in modern medicine.


Am I a good candidate for Human Cellular Tissue Therapy?

Every person is unique, and so are their medical needs. If you struggle with joint problems, tendon or ligament injuries, arthritis or chronic pain, you might be an ideal candidate for Human Cellular Tissue Therapy. To find out if this revolutionary treatment is right for you, schedule a consultation with our expert medical team. During your appointment, we will conduct a thorough medical history review, a physical exam, and an assessment of your x-rays, MRIs, and other relevant studies. Discover a personalized path to healing and rejuvenation today.


How much does a consultation cost?

Your first consultation is on us, you don’t have to pay anything.


How much does Human Cellular Tissue Therapy cost?

The cost of regenerative treatment varies depending on the number of injured areas, the amount of regenerative cells needed, and the specific regions requiring attention. For comprehensive joint treatments, prices range from $7,000 to $15,000. This all-inclusive package typically covers Prolozone Injections, PRP Injections, Human Cellular Tissue Injections, Softwave Therapy, and thorough medical follow-ups. However, many patients benefit from just Prolozone injections or PRP injections or even just Softwave Therapy which are much less expensive and are often enough. While these treatments are a valuable investment in your health. Please note that Intravenous Infusions may incur additional costs.


Where do we get Regenerative Cells from?

At Stem Regen Medical, we utilize Mesenchymal Stem Cells and Exosomes to rejuvenate tissues like tendons, ligaments, muscles, and cartilage. Our regenerative cells are sourced from the Umbilical


Cord Wharton’s Jelly, ensuring top-notch quality and effectiveness. We partner with an FDA-certified laboratory in Florida, which our team has personally visited to guarantee the highest standards for our patients. Your health and recovery are our top priorities, and we strive to provide the best in regenerative medicine.


What areas do you treat with Regenerative Cells?

We specialize in treating a wide range of orthopedic and musculoskeletal injuries and conditions, targeting areas such as the knee, hip, neck, back, shoulder, ankle, wrist, and elbow. Beyond these, we offer cutting-edge Anti-Aging and Rejuvenation therapies with IV Infusions of Regenerative Cells. For those looking to enhance their appearance, our Regenerative Cell treatments for skin rejuvenation provide a natural and effective solution. Experience the transformative power of regenerative medicine with our comprehensive care options.


How long until I feel results?

Most patients start noticing improvements around 2-3 months, with healing progressing further after that.


How long is my recovery time?

Most patients experience discomfort for 1-2 days after the procedure but can return to their normal activities the next day.


How many treatments do I need?

Most individuals require only one treatment, although there are cases where a second procedure may be needed.


What diseases can umbilical cord stem cells treat?

Stem cells from cord blood have been applied in the treatment of more than 75 conditions, ranging from blood cancers, sickle cell


disease, and Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome to clinical trials aimed at treating cerebral palsy and other brain injuries in infants, along with neurological disorders such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, and spinal cord injury in adults. At our practices, we specialize in joint conditions, anti-aging, rejuvenation and cosmetics.


How  safe  and  effective   are  umbilical    cord  stem  cell injections?

In the United States, injections and therapies utilizing umbilical cord blood stem cells have been administered over 60,000 times without any reported adverse side effects. In Europe, a total of 100,000 patients have received these treatments with a flawless safety record of 100%.


What factors are considered when determining eligibility for cell therapy?

The criteria for qualifying for cell therapy encompass various considerations such as the patient’s medical condition, age, physical activity, overall health, and joint alignment. Additional factors taken into account include the effectiveness of previous treatment methods.


Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)


Is platelet rich plasma (PRP) part of the stem cell procedure?

Yes! Our system harnesses a blend of cells and PRP, offering you the advantage of both treatments combined to address your condition. PRP is rich in growth factors that promote the multiplication and movement of stem cells, while also reducing inflammation in the joints.


What is the added benefit of additional PRP injections, after the cell therapy?

As part of your cell therapy, we administer one PRP injection. To enhance the effectiveness of the cell treatment, we have observed significant benefits for patients who undergo two additional PRP treatments—one approximately a month after the cell procedure and another around two months later. These PRP sessions are conducted in our office and involve a straightforward blood draw. PRP is packed with growth factors that work synergistically with the cells, stimulating their growth and amplification. You can think of the cells as the “seed” and the PRP as the “fertilizer,” enhancing their potential to thrive and heal.


Prolozone Injections


What is Prolozone Therapy?

Prolozone therapy blends the best of classical Prolotherapy and Ozone therapy. It involves injecting a small amount of Ozone gas into tendons, ligaments, joint capsules, and joint spaces after Prolotherapy injections. This combination enhances tissue repair by boosting oxygen delivery to damaged areas, improving circulation, and triggering a cascade of growth factors such as PDGF, TGF-b1, and VEGF. Notably, Prolozone is highly effective in reducing pain. This innovative therapy can treat a range of conditions including arthritis, osteoarthritis, chronic joint pain, instability, spine issues, shoulder and rotator cuff injuries, golfer’s and tennis elbow, degenerative disc disease, and more. If you don’t see your condition listed, don’t hesitate to reach out to our office to explore how Prolozone therapy might benefit you.


What do you inject during Prolozone Therapy?


Following a prolotherapy or PRP injection, ozone gas is promptly injected into the affected tissue or joints. This process often utilizes the same needle that was used for the initial prolotherapy or PRP injection, eliminating the need for a separate injection specifically for ozone into the joint.


Do the injections hurt?

Prolozone therapy primarily causes common side effects such as pain, soreness, and a feeling of fullness at the injection site. Some patients may also experience bruising and mild bleeding due to needle insertion. The discomfort and soreness typically resolve on their own within 24 to 72 hours, although occasionally, they may persist longer. The solution used in prolozone therapy includes anesthetics, providing many patients with immediate pain relief.

  • While rare, if you find yourself experiencing persistent and intolerable pain after the injection, we encourage you to reach out to Moalemi. Prompt medical attention may be necessary to manage your symptoms with pain medication or further evaluation. Your comfort and well-being are our top priorities, and we are here to support you throughout your recovery process.


Will Insurance cover my procedure?

While insurance providers currently do not cover Regenerative Cell treatments, we offer accessible medical financing options to ensure you can receive the care you need.

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