Regenexx® Stem Cell Therapy

AMR Pain & Spine Clinic is proud to be the only pain management clinic to provide Regenexx Stem Cell Therapy and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) treatment in St. Louis, MO. Avoid the painful and lengthy rehabilitation that surgery causes, and invest in your health with Regenexx. Our specialists are determined to help improve the quality of your physical well-being through this progressive stem cell therapy, positively changing your life for years to come. Learn more about our Regenexx Stem Cell Therapy and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) treatment below or contact us to request an appointment with Dr. Ahmad today!

What is Regenexx®?

Regenexx is a breakthrough, non-surgical treatment that combines the latest advances in stem cell therapy with your body’s natural healing capacity. This forward-thinking treatment helps you get back to doing all the things you loved once more. Through precise image guidance, advanced lab-processing techniques, and research-driven orthobiologic protocols, Regenexx gives you unparalleled regenerative results.

Am I a Good Candidate?

Regenexx was created for patients who have experienced pain caused by osteoarthritis, meniscus injuries, tendon and labrum tears, bulging discs, herniated discs, and spinal stenosis. This Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) treatment works by concentrating your cells and placing them into the specific areas of injury which promote an accelerated healing process leading to ideal outcomes so that you can have your life back. With less recovery time and discomfort, this state-of-the-art method is an excellent option for many who suffer from chronic pain. Regenexx also maintains an active patient registry to allow continued updates on progress and possible side effects.

Ready To See What Regenexx Can Do For Your Chronic Pain?

Dr. Ahmad is the only trained and certified physician that can perform the Regenexx stem cell procedure in St. Louis, so get an appointment today!

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