Parker Sports Medicine and Orthopedics specializes in the surgical and non-surgical care of acute and chronic pain conditions in the orthopedic field. In our facility, we utilize the latest research and technology to deliver the best treatment available for both athletes and everyday folk. Our goal is to help patients restore function and mobility, reduce pain, and ultimately return them back to a life uninhibited by debilitating conditions.
We are very excited to offer our patients Stem Cell Therapy treatments. With Stem Cell Therapy, we harness the body’s innate healing potential to aid in the regeneration and restoration of injured or damaged body tissue. This is a minimally-invasive procedure that utilizes biologics harvested straight from the patient. This means that risk of rejection and infection is extremely rare!
With Stem Cell Therapy, patients no longer have to endure risky surgical procedures or deal with long recovery periods and months of physical therapy. We have helped numerous patients throughout Texas get their lives back with Stem Cell Therapy – will you be next?
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