Bone is living tissue that is constantly being broken down and replaced. Osteoporosis occurs when the creation of new bone doesn’t keep up with the loss of old bone. Osteoporosis causes bones to become weak and brittle. Osteoporosis-related fractures most commonly occur in the hip, wrist, or spine. Osteoporosis appears to affect white and Asian women the most, especially those entering menopause. It is possible to prevent and manage osteoporosis during your adolescent and early adult life with medications, a healthy diet, and weight-bearing exercise. However, once the production of bone tissue begins to decline, you will require more serious interventions.
The team of specialists at Cords of Revitalization is proud to offer our patients Stem Cell IV therapy to help manage and mitigate their symptoms. We have carefully chosen our stem cells for their unique anti-inflammatory properties, cellular proliferation, and differentiation!
Symptoms of Osteoporosis
There are typically no symptoms until the early stages of osteoporosis have set in, only at that point will you experience any of the following:
- Back pain from fractured or collapsed vertebra
- Loss of height
- A compromised or poor posture
- Light impacts lead to broken bones
Bones are actually a very dense formation of tissue, and like all tissue in the body, they are in a constant state of renewal and repair from the stresses induced by daily life. Internal cellular processes repair, replace, and accumulate tissue throughout your early adolescent life, building your bone structure, making you taller and stronger! Once you have entered your early 20s this process begins to slow, with most people reaching peak bone density by age 30.
As you continue to age, your existing bone mass gradually declines, reducing the strength and resilience of your bones. How likely you are to develop osteoporosis depends on a range of factors that include inherited genetics, sex, race, and of course age.
How Stem Cell IV Therapy Can Help
As mentioned above, osteoporosis is a degenerative condition that occurs due to declining bone density. Stem Cell IV therapy aims to help your body generate more bone tissue by providing it with highly bioavailable stem cells. When these cells are introduced into the body, this bone deficit can be addressed as these fresh stem cells can differentiate into bone tissue and help improve bone density.
With each recurring therapy session, it is possible to reduce your risk of bone fractures and breaks as the bone’s structural integrity is regenerated!
Stem Cell IV Therapy for Osteoporosis in Mexicali, Mexico
If you have more questions and concerns about Osteoporosis or would like to take the first step towards beginning your Stem Cell IV therapy, reach out to the team at Cords of Revitalization to speak with a representative from our team! Call our offices or schedule a consultation online today!