How to Approach Back and Neck Issues and Avoid Surgery

You may be surprised to hear that nervous system diseases affect more than 20% of the world’s population. Amongst the most common types of nervous system issues include back pain and neck pain, which are directly connected to our spinal health. 

But why are back pain and neck pain issues so common? It all boils down to chronic stress on the postural and structural muscles of the spine and consequently lack of overall spinal structural maintenance. Here are some common things that can cause spinal degenerative stress:

  • Bad posture 
  • Excessive weight 
  • Trauma/injury
  • Weak core muscles
  • Spinal disk issues
  • Vertebrae damage


So how can we address back pain and neck pain issues effectively? Regenerative medicine is the logical option! 

Recently on the Anti-Aging Hacks podcast, Dr. Jeffrey Gross of ReCELLebrate sat down with host Faraz Khan to raise awareness of regenerative medicine and how one can use stem cell activation to address some common issues such as neck pain, back pain, and other spinal issues.  

Throughout this podcast, Dr. Gross raises awareness of spinal issues and how to use regenerative medicine approaches, such as stem cell activation, to answer these questions: 


What are regenerative medicine approaches to the spine and how effective are they?


As stem cells collect inflammation they are less likely to regenerate, leading to common issues such as neck pain and back pain. This leaves a gap for regenerative medicine.

Anti-inflammatory programming, which can be activated through stem cell activation, aims to reverse inflammation and activate the body’s natural ability to heal itself and reverse physiological ageing. Stem cell activation is a highly effective method of cell regeneration and is typically safe for most patient populations. 


Other forms of regenerative medicine that aid in regeneration include: 

  • Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)
  • Exosomes


How many treatments does it take and how long does it take to heal?


Most patients see results in a matter of months. However, this depends on the condition of your disks and which regenerative medicine method is chosen. In more severe cases it may take 6-12 months to see sustainable changes. 

While there is no one concise answer to how long it takes for patients to fully recover, evidence suggests that certain regenerative medicine techniques can have significant long-term benefits. Note that regenerative treatments are most effective when paired with exercise, diet, and other preventive measures. 


Where can people learn more about you?


At ReCELLebrate, we specialize in the emerging practice of using regenerative medicine to address neck pain, back pain, and a wide range of other debilitating health issues. Through stem cell activation, our specialists aim to help you live a happier, healthier, and pain-free life without the need for surgery.  

Get in touch with us today to learn more about regenerative medicine and its potential to reverse spinal damage and normal wear and tear caused by aging. Also, check out our Instagram page or feel free to get in touch via phone at 1-844-4RECELL.