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Treatment Options Article

Marshall Protocol (Immuno-Inflammatory Modulation In Chronic Disease)

When a bacteria or virus infects someone, inflammation occurs. The immune system responds by both attacking the invader and by multiplying. The expected result is that the infecting agent is eventually killed or contained. Sometimes, however, the invader outsmarts the immune system and learns how to live inside of the tissues that they have infected, or in extreme cases inside of the immune cells that are intended to kill them. The result is persistent inflammation and an ineffective immune response.

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Chronic Pain Pumps and Spinal Cord Stimulators

Chronic Pain Pumps: When Nothing Seems to be the Answer

For patients suffering from chronic back pain, there are instances where medical management, traditional anesthesia techniques, or traditional spinal surgery either are not effective, or are not an option. The afflicted can become desperate and may be told there are few alternative solutions. Since these alternative solutions are invasive, often need revision, and do not work for everyone, they should only be considered as a last resort.

Spinal Cord Stimulator Greenville SC

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Cell Transplant Therapy

Placental derived, Adipose (Mesenchyme), and Bone Marrow Derived Regenerative Cells Therapies treatments are offered for a wide variety of musculoskeletal disorders, degenerative arthritis, and peripheral arterial related disease.  Osteoarthritis is a degeneration or destructive wearing of the tissue that supports the joint. This tissue is called cartilage, and is there to protect the bone against trauma or damage from daily activities.

When the cartilage is worn away it leaves exposed bone which rubs against each other causing chronic pain and swelling. Osteoarthritis occurs most often in the knees, hips, back and hands. Stem cell injections can be used to treat acute injury or long term degenerative disease.

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