Many Frisco, TX residents have severe pain that never seems to go away. Called chronic pain, it can have a negative effect on your life and cause you to miss a variety of opportunities, such as playing with your children, dancing with your spouse, or hanging out with friends. Chronic pain management includes a variety of things, such as medications and alternative therapies. At the Texas Cell Institute, we’ve taken a more modern approach to a variety of musculoskeletal issues and more. Our chronic pain therapy uses your body’s cells to reduce your pains.
Most people in pain are prescribed medications, usually narcotics, from their doctor. While these can help mask the pain for short periods, the goal for us is to stop the pain altogether. You may not realize it, but your body has an amazing ability to heal itself if given the time and the right scenario. We just expedite the process somewhat with our two modern therapies.
Platelet-rich plasma therapy (PRP therapy) can reduce chronic pains from trauma and injury. The platelets in your body promote blood clotting and have a variety of things in them to help promote new cell growth. We take your own blood, separate the platelets, and inject them back into the damaged tissues to help them heal.
Stem cell therapy is an innovative option that uses your body’s growth factors and stem cells to promote healing in your injured tissues. They’re found almost everywhere in the body and replace dead or damaged cells to maintain normal function.
Dr. Amit Mirchandani and Dr. Marius Meintjes have combined their resources and have FDA-approved laboratory equipment available to help you. We offer a variety of alternative treatments for musculoskeletal injuries, so contact us today for more information.
Dr. Amit Mirchandani is double-boarded in both Anesthesiology, Pain Management & has extensive training in non-narcotic based, image guided intervention.
Dr. Rahul Mishra is board certified in anesthesiology & pain management. Completed his anesthesia training at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
As a board certified High Complexity Laboratory Director, Dr. Meintjes brings his extensive background and expertise to the work of Texas Cell Institute.