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Champlin Stem Cell Injections

At Team Health Care Clinic we are excited to offer stem cell injections for damaged joints, and we are backing these injections with free lifetime follow-up appointments.

We offer more than “just an injection”; we offer a life-long benefit

Any patient who receives a stem cell injection will get free lifetime follow-up appointments to check on the condition and pain level in that joint. We know this is highly unusual but we want to partner with you on the recovery of your painful joint by being available to discuss your progress.

CLICK HERE to request a free consultation for stem cell injections.

Why stem cells?

Stem cells are showing great promise in helping to alleviate everyday joint pain. It is a quick and simple injection that has yielded long-lasting results for many patients. Many patients who have undergone stem cell injections have been able to improve their quality of life and avoid surgery.

Our medical providers, Tiffany Watson, C.N.P. and Jennie Zeiss, P.A.C. administer these injections which help patients alleviate the pain in their damaged joints.

The joints that we can treat with stem cell injections include:

  • Knees
  • Elbows
  • Shoulders
  • Toes
  • Fingers

One of the most popular areas for stem cell treatment is the knees

One of the most common degenerative disorders is osteoarthritis, and it often affects the knee, causing deterioration of its joint cartilage. This disorder can begin as the result of a knee injury, such as a ligament tear, tendon damage, or a fracture.

When it is damaged, the joint can become unstable and this causes the cartilage to wear down. As a result the bone can suffer damage as well, as well as tendons, ligaments, and muscles.

Stem cell injections are minimally invasive, but can decrease inflammation, slow and repair all these forms of damage from arthritis, and can delay or prevent knee replacement surgery.

Here are three important factors to consider before choosing a clinic for stem cell injections:

  1. Stem Cell Source:

At Team Health Care Clinic we did our research for more than two years to find the best source of stem cells in the United States. Stem cell quality can vary greatly, and we can now assure our patients that each injection will be done with what our providers feel is the highest quality product available.

  1. You must address the body’s environment:

We don’t believe that patients should simply do stem cell injections without making diet and lifestyle changes. Diet and environmental improvements can ensure that the stem cell injections have the greatest chance for success.

  1. Choose a clinic willing to partner with you on your results

We offer free lifetime follow-up consultations on any joints treated with stem cell injections. This extra step is part of our protocol to ensure that our patients get the best results.

Here is what a stem cell injection entails:

The injections are quick and simple. Concentrated stem cells are injected into the knee with image guidance, usually to successful results.

Most often only one injection is needed.

For a free consultation on stem cell injections, please CLICK HERE to request an appointment or call us at 763-323-1492.

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)

Our PRP injections in Champlin involve delivering specific types of cells or cell products to help stimulate the healing process in a diseased or damaged area of your body. Famous athletes have been getting these treatments for years and we’re proud to say that our patients can now come in to see a provider at Team Health Care Clinic in Champlin for these same Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) injections at a very reasonable cost. PRP is a completely natural substance made from the patient’s own blood. PRP injections in Champlin are used to trigger a powerful healing response and treat joint pain.

Blood is drawn from the patient’s arm and then refined to create a high concentration of growth factors, platelets and other healing ingredients. These concentrated, naturally produced ingredients are then injected into problem areas to treat: hip and joint pain, knee, foot and ankle pain, tennis elbow, shoulder injuries and arthritis. We also use PRP to create eye drops for patients with dry eyes and we’ve seen great results from those treatments.

PRP injections perfectly fit the Team Health Care philosophy of offering natural treatments for sustained wellness!

CLICK HERE to go to our Champlin Regenerative Medicine website.

One of our patients: who was suffering from arthritis came in to have one of his knees with joint pain treated with PRP injections in Champlin. He was so delighted with the result that he not only came back to have the second knee treated, he had two toes injected with PRP as well.

Dr. Joe Bertsch has his own PRP success story: “I’ve always been athletic and have run many marathons. But recently when I sustained a medial meniscus injury, my knee was so sore I couldn’t run. The injury did not get better after a few months so I had two PRP injections a few weeks apart. Now my knee is greatly improved and I’m back to running. Because I have personal experience with PRP, I can tell patients with conviction there is no reason not to try this 100% natural treatment.”

CLICK HERE to see a list of our injection options.
CLICK HERE to see how to prepare for PRP injections.

Watch an informative video about Platelet Rich Plasma/Regenerative Medicine

Platelet rich plasma for dry eyes

At Team Health Care Clinic we offer a natural treatment for dry eyes using platelet rich plasma (PRP)

An estimated 4.66 million Americans are reported to experience the condition known as dry eye syndrome or DES.

Patients with DES often report that their eyes feel itchy, dry and even feel as though “they have rocks in them.” Some people with DES have sensitivity to light and an inability to open their eyes wide enough to make eye contact.

PRP is comprised of the natural healing ingredients from your own blood. When processed properly, it becomes concentrated and has an amazing ability to treat dry eyes.

We create PRP drops in three simple steps: 

STEP ONE: The patient comes in and we draw a small amount of their blood which we refine to create a high concentration of growth factors, platelets and other healing ingredients.

STEP TWO: We take these concentrated, naturally-produced ingredients and create a three month supply of eye drops in sterile containers. The PRP drops are created in less than one hour.

STEP THREE: After paying a very reasonable fee of $350, the patient takes the sterile containers home. The drops are stored in the freezer to keep them fresh and one weekly vial is kept refrigerated for use. 

The patient’s own healing constituents are the ingredients that make the drops so effective. This is the most natural way to treat dry eye syndrome.

Causes of dry eye syndrome can include:

  • Beta-blockers
  • Diuretics
  • Sleeping pills
  • Medications to lower anxiety
  • Antihistamines
  • Diabetes
  • Wearing contact lenses
  • Eye surgeries such as laser eye surgery
  • Autoimmune diseases such as Sjogren’s syndrome, lupus and rheumatoid arthritis

Common symptoms of dry eye syndrome can include:

  • Gritty sensation in eyes
  • Night driving problems
  • Discomfort when wearing contacts
  • Burning, itching or stinging sensations
  • Light sensitivity
  • Watery eyes that become completely dry
  • Red and sore eyelids
  • Mucus secretions from the eye

At Team Health Care our PRP drops for dry eye syndrome are a natural solution that uses the body’s own healing power to make your eyes feel better.

PRP Research Studies on a Variety of Conditions

ELBOW/TENDINITIS:

Treatment of Chronic Elbow Tendinosis with Buffered Platelet-Rich Plasma (The American Journal of Sports Medicine)

One hundred forty patients with elbow epicondylar pain were evaluated in this study. All these patients had already failed a standardized physical therapy protocol and a variety of other

nonoperative treatments. These patients were given PRP instead of surgical options. At 6 months, the patients treated with platelet-rich plasma noted 81% improvement in their visual analog pain scores.

At final follow-up (at 12-38 months), the platelet-rich plasma patients reported 93% reduction in pain compared with before the treatment. Author’s conclusion: “Platelet-rich plasma should be considered before surgical intervention.”

ELBOW/TENNIS ELBOW:

Ongoing Positive Effect of Platelet-Rich Plasma Versus Corticosteroid Injection in Lateral Epicondylitis (The American Journal of Sports Medicine)

Conclusion: Treatment of patients with chronic lateral epicondylitis with PRP reduces pain and increases function significantly, exceeding the effect of corticosteroid injection even after a follow-up of 2 years.

FOOT & ANKLE/PLANTAR FASCITIS:

Platelet-Rich Plasma Efficacy Versus Corticosteroid Injection Treatment for Chronic Severe Plantar Fasciitis (Foot and Ankle International Journal)

The cortisone group had a pretreatment average AOFAS score of 52, which initially improved to 81 at 3 months post treatment but decreased to 74 at 6 months, then dropped to near baseline levels of 58 at 12 months, and continued to decline to a final score of 56 at 24 months. In contrast, the PRP group started with an average pretreatment AOFAS score of 37, which increased to 95 at 3 months, remained elevated at 94 at 6 and 12 months, and had a final score of 92 at 24 months.

JOINTS/OSTEOARTHRITIS:

Platelet-Rich Plasma Intra-Articular Injection Versus Hyaluronic Acid Viscosupplementation as Treatments for Cartilage Pathology: From Early Degeneration to Osteoarthritis (Arthroscopy: The Journal of Arthroscopic and Related Surgeries)

Autologous PRP injections showed more and longer efficacy than HA injections in reducing pain and symptoms and recovering articular function. The best results were achieved in younger and more active patients with a low degree of cartilage degeneration, though all ages showed some benefit.

KNEE/OSTEOARTHRITIS:

Does Intra-articular Platelet-Rich Plasma Injection Provide Clinically Superior Outcomes Compared With Other Therapies in the Treatment of Knee Osteoarthritis? A Systematic Review of Overlapping Meta-analyses (Arthroscopy: The Journal of Arthroscopic and Related Surgeries)

Literature searches were performed for meta-analyses examining use of PRP versus corticosteroids, hyaluronic acid, oral nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, or placebo. Use of PRP led to significant

improvements in patient outcomes at 6 months after injection, and these improvements were seen starting at 2 months and were maintained for up to 12 months.

KNEE/OSTEOARTHRITIS:

Treatment of Knee Joint Osteoarthritis with Autologous Platelet-Rich Plasma in Comparison with Hyaluronic Acid (The American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation)

No severe adverse events were observed. Statistically significantly better results in the Western Ontario and McMaster Universities Osteoarthritis Index and Numeric Rating Scale scores were recorded in a group of patients who received PRP injections after a 3 and 6 month follow-up.

KNEE PATELLAR TENDINITIS:

Pain and activity levels before and after platelet-rich plasma injection treatment of patellar tendinopathy: a prospective cohort study and the influence of previous treatments (International Orthopedics)

After PRP treatment, patients with patellar tendinopathy showed a statistically significant improvement. In addition, these improvements can also be considered clinically meaningful. However, patients who were not treated before with ethoxysclerol, cortisone, and/or surgical treatment showed a slightly greater improvement.

SHOULDER ROTATOR CUFF:

Comparison of the therapeutic effects of ultrasound-guided platelet-rich plasma injection and dry needling in rotator cuff disease: a randomized controlled trial  (Journal of Clinical Rehabilitation)

Autologous platelet-rich plasma injections lead to a progressive reduction in the pain and disability when compared to dry needling. This benefit is certainly still present at six months after treatment.

These findings suggest that treatment with platelet-rich plasma injections is safe and useful for rotator cuff disease

TENDON/LIGAMENT INJURIES:

A Systematic Review of the Use of Platelet-Rich Plasma in Sports Medicine as a New Treatment for Tendon and Ligament Injuries (Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine)

Conclusions: Presently, PRP use in tendon and ligament injuries has several potential advantages, including faster recovery, and possibly a reduction in recurrence, with no adverse reactions described

Stem Cell Injections

At Team Health Care Clinic we are excited to offer stem cell injections for damaged joints, and we are backing these injections with great additional benefits.

We offer more than “just an injection”

Most other clinics simply offer stem cells as their regenerative therapy program. We believe results can be greatly enhanced when stem cells are injected into a patient following a regenerative health lifestyle. For this reason our stem cell patients will also receive our Regenerative Health Lifestyle Program (a $2,900 value) at no extra cost. This valuable Lifestyle Program helps to create the internal environment that promotes regenerative health. It is included free of charge with our stem cell injections for a limited time only. If you are interested in improving your joint pain please contact us soon for a free consultation.

One more important life-long benefit

Any patient who receives a stem cell injection will get free lifetime follow-up appointments to check on the condition and pain level in that joint. We know this is highly unusual but we want to partner with you on the recovery of your painful joint by being available to discuss your progress.

CLICK HERE to request a free consultation for stem cell injections that includes at no cost, our Regenerative Health Lifestyle Program

Why stem cells?

Stem cells are showing great promise in helping to alleviate everyday joint pain. It is a quick and simple injection that has yielded long-lasting results for many patients. Many patients who have undergone stem cell injections have been able to improve their quality of life and avoid surgery.

Our medical providers, Tiffany Watson, C.N.P. and Jennie Zeiss, P.A.C. administer these injections which help patients alleviate the pain in their damaged joints.

The joints that we can treat with stem cell injections include:

  • Knees
  • Elbows
  • Shoulders
  • Toes
  • Fingers

One of the most popular areas for stem cell treatment is the knees

One of the most common degenerative disorders is osteoarthritis, and it often affects the knee, causing deterioration of its joint cartilage. This disorder can begin as the result of a knee injury, such as a ligament tear, tendon damage, or a fracture.

When it is damaged, the joint can become unstable and this causes the cartilage to wear down. As a result the bone can suffer damage as well, as well as tendons, ligaments, and muscles.

Stem cell injections are minimally invasive, but can decrease inflammation, slow and repair all these forms of damage from arthritis, and can delay or prevent knee replacement surgery.

Here are three important factors to consider before choosing a clinic for stem cell injections:

  1. Stem Cell Source:

At Team Health Care Clinic we did our research for more than two years to find the best source of stem cells in the United States. Stem cell quality can vary greatly, and we can now assure our patients that each injection will be done with what our providers feel is the highest quality product available.

  1. You must address the body’s environment:

We don’t believe that patients should simply do stem cell injections without making diet and lifestyle changes. Diet and environmental improvements can ensure that the stem cell injections have the greatest chance for success. Our Regenerative Health Lifestyle Program addresses the body’s environment.

  1. Choose a clinic willing to partner with you on your results

We offer free lifetime follow-up consultations on any joints treated with stem cell injections. This extra step is part of our protocol to ensure that our patients get the best results.

Here is what a stem cell injection entails:

The injections are quick and simple. Concentrated stem cells are injected into the knee with image guidance, usually to successful results.

Most often only one injection is needed.

While stem cells offer exciting promise, it is our belief that they will be much more effective when paired with a change to a Regenerative lifestyle. We are currently offering every patient who comes in for a stem cell injection the added benefits of our Regenerative Health Lifestyle Program free of charge. This program normally has a value of $2,900.

The Regenerative Health Lifestyle Program includes the following:

  • Acupuncture visits
  • Health coaching
  • Lifestyle classes
  • Laboratory work
  • One medical review of the laboratory work

The cost of our stem cell injections are as follows:

  • A patient’s first injection is $5,000 for one joint

(This cost includes the benefits of our lifestyle program $2,900 value)

  • If a patient has two joints that they want injected during one appointment the cost of two joints is $8,000

(This cost includes the benefits of our lifestyle program $2,900 value)

For a free consultation on stem cell injections, please CLICK HERE to request an appointment or call us at 763-323-1492.

 

Blood is drawn from the patient’s arm and then refined to create a high concentration of growth factors, platelets and other healing ingredients. These concentrated, naturally produced ingredients are then injected into problem areas to treat: hip and joint pain, knee, foot and ankle pain, tennis elbow, shoulder injuries and arthritis. We also use PRP to create eye drops for patients with dry eyes and we’ve seen great results from those treatments.

PRP injections perfectly fit the Team Health Care philosophy of offering natural treatments for sustained wellness!

CLICK HERE to go to our Champlin Regenerative Medicine website.

One of our patients: who was suffering from arthritis came in to have one of his knees with joint pain treated with PRP injections in Champlin. He was so delighted with the result that he not only came back to have the second knee treated, he had two toes injected with PRP as well.

Dr. Joe Bertsch has his own PRP success story: “I’ve always been athletic and have run many marathons. But recently when I sustained a medial meniscus injury, my knee was so sore I couldn’t run. The injury did not get better after a few months so I had two PRP injections a few weeks apart. Now my knee is greatly improved and I’m back to running. Because I have personal experience with PRP, I can tell patients with conviction there is no reason not to try this 100% natural treatment.”

CLICK HERE to see a list of our injection options.
CLICK HERE to see how to prepare for PRP injections.

Watch an informative video about Platelet Rich Plasma/Regenerative Medicine