Survived COVID-19, but feeling less than yourself?
Even after surviving COVID-19, you can find yourself fighting with damage to your immune system, lungs and other parts of your body. Post COVID-19 Syndrome is persistent and prolonged side effects after a COVID-19 infection. This syndrome is characterized by complications that last beyond 4 weeks from the onset of the virus. Common residual side effects of COVID-19 include; fatigue, shortness of breath, chest pain, joint pain and decline in quality of life. Many medical professionals have turned to regenerative medicine to try to help bring patients back to pre-COVID health status. A key component in regenerative medicine is mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs). These MSC’s have an innate ability to regenerate immune systems, control inflammatory responses, and promote recovery of damaged organs.
Stem Cell Studies and Clinical Trials
Since the beginning of the pandemic, more than 200 scientific studies and clinical trials have been conducted on the use of MSCs in reducing lung damage and improving COVID-19 patient recovery. The results are promising and have shown that regenerative medicine treatments with MSCs can help patients with severe or critical COVID-19 recover from lung damage. The mesenchymal stem cells do this by controlling inflammatory response while encouraging regeneration of damaged tissue and organs. Advanced Surgical Arts in Plano, Texas is a leader in regenerative medicine therapeutics. Dr. Lee offers patients regenerative medicine treatments with Stem Cell, Exosomes and PRP. Regenerative medicine utilizes cellular biology to help the body to return to normal function after injury or disease. Regenerative medicine can also help to reduce pain, control inflammation and regenerate damaged tissue and organs. If you have recovered from the COVID-19 infection, but are still struggling to feel yourself, contact Advanced Surgical Arts at 972-612-1900 for a regenerative medicine consultation to find out if Mesenchymal Stem Cell (MSC) therapy can help promote healing and improve your medical condition.