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In the procedure, the physician will aspirate bone marrow from the iliac crest of your pelvis, concentrate it, then deliver it back into your body intravenously. In all, the process takes less than 45 minutes.
Because your procedure will utilize a concentrated preparation of your own cells, it is considered “autologous point-of-care.” The procedure is fast, and in most cases can be completed with moderate sedation.
- You will be given IV anesthesia or sedation, similar to what you would receive for a colonoscopy. Even though you may be awake and talking during the stem cell therapy procedure, you should have very little, if any, recollection of the procedure itself.
- An experienced spine surgeon, orthopedic surgeon, or trained physician will remove some of your bone marrow. This process is brief and our team will ensure that you are comfortable throughout the procedure.
- The bone marrow will be placed into a device made by Celling Biosciences that will separate the stem cells from the bone marrow.
- The stem cells will then be injected back into your body in the area of damage or injury to aid in natural healing.
- The entire procedure will take about 45 minutes.
What Can I Expect After the Procedure?
Stem cell procedures are usually done on an outpatient basis, meaning there is no need for an overnight hospital stay. With an intravenous stem cell procedure, most patients should expect to walk out of the clinic and resume low-impact activities immediately.
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