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Orthopaedic

Orthopedics is the branch of medicine which focuses on the injuries and diseases of your body. The musculoskeletal system of the body involves in the movement and comprises of bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles and nerves of your body.

What is Orthokraft ?

Orthokraft is the process of healing orthopaedic conditions with the help of mesenchymal stem cells to stimulate bone growth and promote healing of injured bone. With stem cell therapy, it is possible to treat a variety of conditions like Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid, Arthritis, Ankylosing Spondylitis, Tennis Elbow, Rotator Cuff, Plantar fasciitis, Osteochondral Dissecans.

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As Strong As You Were 10 Years Back- Goodbye Arthritis

One of the most common and painful condition experienced by the ageing population caused by various issues including degeneration and deterioration of bones or joints. With stem cell therapy and physical exercise, it is possible to regain the health of the bones.

Mesenchymal stem cells in the proper environment, can differentiate into cells that are part of the musculoskeletal system to form trabecular bone, tendon, articular cartilage, ligaments and part of the bone marrow. Stem cell procedures are being used for treating bone fractures and nonunions, regenerating articular cartilage in arthritic joints, healing ligaments or tendons, and replacing degenerative vertebral disks.

Speed Up Your Recovery With Stem Cell Therapy

With stem cell therapy, sportsperson can treat a variety of conditions like tennis elbow, hamstring, broken bones in a much quicker way compared to traditional medicine. Stem Cell reinforces the bone healing process restoring the sportsperson to his prime self.

Stem Cells Treatment

StemGenn Therapeutics stem cell therapy is mainly five step simple procedures as discussed below:

Pre-examination

The treatment begins with the detailed consultation and pre-examination followed by pathological tests. On the basis of all this, the treatment and details will be explained to you.

Sample source extraction

Stem cell therapy is performed using patients own adult autologous cells, so the procedure begins with sample extraction. Using the best medical standards followed globally, the source extraction is performed by either of the two methods which are decided by doctors – bone marrow or adipose tissue.

Lab processing

Initially separation of the stem cells is done by discarding the remains isolated from unwanted mature blood cells in case of bone marrow sample or the fat cells such as macrophages, adipocytes etc. in case of adipose sample . The sample is then processed, tested for quality and quantity of stem cells yielded.

Stem Cell Implantation

The next step is the implantation of the processed stem cells back into the patient’s body at the affected area. One of the following techniques will be used, depending on the patient requirement:

  • Intravenous administration
  • Intra-thecal administration (lumbar puncture)
  • Intramuscular administration
  • Intra-arterial Administration via catheter
  • Retrobulbar/ Peribulbar/ Intraviteral Infusion of cells
  • Liberation Angioplasty (CCSVI Treatment)
  • Administration through Syringes

Treatments

Osteoarthritis

New treatments and advances in research are giving new hope to people affected by Osteoarthritis pain and symptoms. StemGenn Group provides stem cell therapy for Osteoarthritis to help those with unmet clinical needs achieve optimum health and better quality of life. A clinical study registered through the National Institutes of Health (NIH) at www.clinicaltrials.gov/stemgenex has been established to evaluate the quality of life changes in individuals with Osteoarthritis following stem cell therapy. Stem cell therapy for Osteoarthritis is being studied for efficacy in improving the complications in patients through the use of their own stem cells. These procedures may help patients who don’t respond to typical drug treatment, want to reduce their reliance on medication, or are looking to try stem cell therapy before starting drug treatment.

Rheumatrid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease wherein the immune system mistakenly attacks your joints (most commonly the joints of your hands, feet, wrists, elbows, knees and ankles.) RA causes painful swelling to your joints as well as destruction of the cartilage or cushioning between your bones and a weakening of the surrounding muscles, ligaments and tendons, all of which can make it very difficult to move. Some patients with RA experience persistent joint damage and pain, while others alternate between flare-ups and periods of remission. This condition may also lead to microvascular dysfunction and severe cardiovascular risk as well as feelings of helplessness—thus greatly impacting your overall quality of life.

Stem cell therapy may soon become a go-to treatment option for patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and similar autoimmune conditions. Though stem cell research has been at the center of debate for years, scientists and doctors say they are excited about the promise that stem cells could hold for a number of medical purposes. The discord surrounding stem cell research is due to the fact that previously stem cells could only be procured from embryonic cells. The moral and ethical debate surrounding the use of these types of cells, however, has waned a bit due to new medical advances. Scientists and researchers no longer have to rely on cells harvested from embryos. In fact, these “master cells” can now be replicated within the patient’s own body. These types of adult cells are called induced pluripotent stem cells. They can essentially be made into three other types of cells: neurons, muscle, and skin. Because they are the patient’s own cells, there is less risk associated with using them.

Early spinal cord injury (≤ 2 yrs)

Autoimmune disease is a condition where our body cannot distinguish between healthy and foreign cells. The immune system attacks our own body cells and causes various types of diseases. The symptoms include debilitating muscles and joint pain, fever, rashes, tiredness etc.

Some common autoimmune diseases affecting the musculoskeletal system are: Rheumatoid Arthritis – It is an autoimmune disease that causes acute and chronic inflammation, swelling and pain in the Joints. If untreated, rheumatoid arthritis causes permanent damage to the joints. Treatments include injectables and oral medications.

Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) Or Lupus – It is acute or chronic inflammatory disease which follows a relapsing and remitting course. The diagnosis of lupus is difficult as it mimics the symptoms of various other autoimmune diseases. The common symptoms include:

  • Fatigue and fever
  • Joint pain, stiffness and swelling
  • Rashes on the face, which resembles the shape of a butterfly i.e. cover the cheeks and bridge of the nose.
  • Shortness of breath
  • Headaches, confusion and memory loss
  • Swollen lymph nodes
  • Ill feeling and general discomfort
  • Mouth sores

There is no cure for SLE. The goal of treatment is to control symptoms.

Stroke (<2 years)

This condition arrives when the blood supply process to the brain is interrupted or reduced which leads to loss of oxygen and nutrients in the brain cells which eventually leads to cell death. All this can lead to disability, loss of learning capabilities, brain injury, and in severe case, death.

Generally, there are two main causes of strokes:

  • Ischaemic –In this, the blood supply is stopped due to a blood clot and is found in almost 85% of cases from all the cases of stroke.
  • Haemorrhagic –In this, a brain vessel present in the brain get burst.

There is a condition known as a Transient Ischaemic Attack (TIA), where the supply of blood to the brain is interrupted temporarily which leads to a “mini-stroke” and this lasts for around 30 minutes to several hours.

Currently, traditional methods are being used for the treatment of all the Neurological diseases which include the use of anti-inflammatory drugs for controlling the symptoms of diseases along with the use of physio and occupational therapies.