Joint Repair Clinic of Montana in Bozeman is offering stem cell regeneration services to help anyone suffering from joint pain, discomfort, or other health issues in the Gallatin County area to create health, wellness, and vitality in their lives.
Clinic Director Dr. Spence Jahner D.C. of We Care Chiropractic, has recently opened a clinic in Bozeman that will focus on providing personalized natural care options through stem cell regeneration, which decrease discomfort, increases vitality, and regenerates joint tissue.
Jahner‘s Joint Repair Clinic of Montana will help individuals suffering from chronic aches and pains to take back control of their lives with stem cell repair. Other services that the clinic specializes in are Ozone treatments, Prolotherapy, and Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) treatments.
“Aches and pains are no fun!” said Jahner. “You can get your life back and feel young again with the amazing help of stem cells. Life’s too short to miss out on any of it!”
Stem Cells have the remarkable potential to regenerate into many different cell types in the body and serve as what can be accurately described as an “internal repair system,” replenishing other cells. Many researchers and clinicians agree there is a bright future for stem cells in many aspects of healing and regeneration. An added benefit is much less recovery time than with surgical procedures.
Making headlines recently, Stem Cell services, treatments, and therapy are gaining acceptance throughout the world. A pioneering surgeon specializing in stem cell breakthroughs has been treating the seven times World Champion driver Michael Schumacher at the Georges Pompidou Hospital in Paris.
He was admitted under tight security for transfusions of inflammation-reducing stem cells, part of ongoing care related to the horrific head injuries he suffered in a skiing accident almost six years ago. Not seen in public since his accident, Schumacher was reportedly conscious following the treatment.
The news journal Medscape has reported a new trial of autologous mesenchymal stem cells in progressive multiple sclerosis (MS) has shown encouraging results, with significant benefits vs placebo in several measures of disability.
The double-blind placebo-controlled phase 2 study — described as “very pioneering” and “provocative” by outside commentators — was presented at the recent 35th Congress of the European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ECTRIMS) 2019.
With thousands of clinical studies worldwide showing positive results, Jahner has decided the benefits of Stem Cells could not be ignored and he decided to offer the pioneering treatments to the Bozeman practice. He states the completely safe stem cells, which are donated from mother’s umbilical cords after they have delivered a healthy baby, will help those with knee or injuries and conditions, shoulder and rotator cuff issues, as well as back, neck, and disc injuries and conditions.
“Most orthopedic problems can often be treated with stem cells, it’s incredible,” Jahner said. “We utilize a wide array of personalized, non-surgical healing techniques, and work with our patients to customize the most effective plan.”
“When our patients heal and move better, they feel great too. They’re more productive at work, sleep better, and enjoy the activities they love again like playing with their children or grandchildren,” Jahner continued. “It can be truly life-changing.”
For more information on Dr. Spence Jahner and the Joint Repair Clinic of Montana please visit https://jointrepairmt.com or call 406-522-9959.
Joint Repair Clinic of Montana
804 N 19th Ave, Bozeman, MT 59718
Company Name: Joint Repair Clinic of Montana
Contact Person: Dr. Spence Jahner, D.C.
Phone: (406) 522-9959