MORE ABOUT US OUR SERVICES We use the finest regenerative cells, taken from your own body, to help rejuvenate joints. VIEW OUR SERVICES APPOINTMENTS Health is important for optimal performance. Book an appointment now and stay healthy. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT A True Devotion to Healing When you decide to take a step towards feeling your best, you should consider a consultation with Dr. Jeffrey Riopelle. Licensed Surgeon Dr. Jeffrey Riopelle is well-rounded in joint repair, preventive medicine, anti-aging, and cosmetic surgery, which provides him the optimal efficiency when treating a variety of patients. Quick Examination We go the extra mile for our patients by describing procedural details, outlining the risks, and answering all question, so our patients can feel happy about these great results. Sports Medicine We are extremely well-equipped to help you rehabilitate your sports injuries, stop them from returning, and prevent those types of injuries from occurring in the first place. Joint Reparative Properties Just as stem cells have reparative properties for skin, they also have the same reparative properties for joints to finally relieve that joint pain. Quality of Life Regenerative medicine and non-invasive joint repair can improve the quality of life or our patients, while reducing hospital and healthcare costs. A Leader In Regenerative Care Bay Area Stem Cell Therapy is a leader in providing innovative treatment and management for patients with severe degenerative conditions. Tired of suffering from chronic pain? Take your life back into your hands and find a solution to degenerative conditions Tired of suffering from chronic pain? Take your life back into your hands and find a solution to degenerative conditions Call Us Now Treatment Areas At Bay Area Stem Cell Therapy, our innovative treatments have helped many patients find relief from their conditions Knees As the biggest joint in the body, knee injuries can happen unexpectedly, and it should be no surprise to learn that knee injuries are among the most common next to back injuries.
Both groups demonstrated approximately 50% improvement in Shoulder Pain and Disability Index scores maintained through 1 year; however, the mean difference between groups was not significant (% [95% CI, -% to %]). Both groups showed improvements in Global Rating of Change scale and pain rating scores, but between-group differences in scores for the Global Rating of Change scale (0 [CI, -2 to 1]) and pain rating ( [CI, - to ]) were not significant. During the 1-year follow-up, patients receiving CSI had more SIS-related visits to their primary care provider (60% vs. 37%) and required additional steroid injections (38% vs. 20%), and 19% needed physical therapy. Transient pain from the CSI was the only adverse event reported.