Knee Treatments with Stem Cells

At Gulf Coast Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine Center, we take pride in our ability to help patients deploy the best protocols to achieve their goals. Patients visit our Ocean Springs location to find relief from a range of knee problems, including arthritis, which is a form of degenerative joint disease that affects millions of Americans. Although there is a range of treatments for osteoarthrosis, including both surgical and non-invasive, a few of these procedures, like steroid injection, are not viable long-term treatment options.

Stem Cell Knee Treatment

While certain types of knee problems—including significant meniscal and ligamentous tears, may not benefit tremendously from regenerative therapy, GCSCRMC evaluates each individual case to assess the likelihood and degree of success for our knee treatments with stem cells.

Our experts have developed a promising alternative to surgery and cartilage substitutes, which carry inherent, significant risk. This treatment option is a degenerative knee disease protocol that attempts to exploit the anti-inflammatory, immuno-modulatory and regenerative effects of the Stromal Vascular Fraction (SVF), which is the concentrated portion of the fat harvested through a mini-liposuction, packed with stem cells, growth factors and cytokines. SVF has been shown to contain over 40 named, beneficial substances; and over 300 proteinaceous compounds. Our treatment protocol also uses autologous platelet rich plasma (PRP) to optimize the effects of SVF. The entire treatment procedure is performed under local anesthesia and is completed in our outpatient facility at the time of SVF harvest. The entire procedure takes approximately three hours.

Knee Treatments and Gulf Coast Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine Center

Gulf Coast Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine Center is dedicated to providing compassionate and individualized care plans for our patients who suffer from knee problems; and as members of the Cell Surgical Network, we maintain the same high standards of the group, whose headquarters are in California. We are pleased to answer any questions and concerns that you may have about our knee treatments with stem cells. Please fill out a GCSCRMC Confidential Candidate Application, and we will respond to your inquiries.

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  • donna gardner says:

    I have a nephew that has Friedreich’s Ataxia. Can your treatments help him?

  • Lynda Jeffcoat says:

    I am inquiring about this treatment for my father, he is 83 and is having a knee problems, no swelling just diffcult waling, uses a cane. I heard about this type of treatment and was interested in reviewing more info about it.

    Thank you for taking the time