The PASC Institute is a premier facility where patients receive nonsurgical PRP and stem cell therapy to enhance the body's own healing. We treat patients with sports injuries, arthritis, and other conditions. - Don Buford, MD., Founder
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) February 02, 2015
The Dallas PRP and Stem Cell Center (PASC Institute) announces the establishment of a Clinical Institute where patients with musculoskeletal injuries and conditions can go for cutting edge treatments to accelerate recovery and promote healing without surgery. The Institute treats patients with platelet rich plasma (PRP) injections derived from their own blood and with stem cell injections derived from their own bone marrow.
"We want patients with various orthopedic conditions to benefit from the rapidly advancing field of regenerative medicine," said Don Buford, MD, an orthopedic surgeon and founder of the Institute. Patients with common diagnoses such as arthritis, tendon injuries, muscle injuries, cartilage injuries, back injuries, and inflammatory conditions may benefit from procedures that concentrate the body's healing powers at the site of injury. Most conditions are treated with only 1 to 3 office visits. All procedures are done under ultrasound guidance for pinpoint accuracy in treatment.
The PASC Institute was founded by board certified orthopedic surgeons actively involved in clinical research of regenerative and biological therapies for musculoskeletal conditions. The therapies used at the Dallas PRP and Stem Cell Institute are designed to magnify the body's own healing potential and to avoid surgery. Our staff are uniquely qualified to discuss and counsel our patients on all surgical and nonsurgical options available for treatment. Since we are located in Dallas, Texas, we expect the Institute to be a destination choice for patients interested in treatment with PRP or stem cell therapy. With the rising costs of healthcare, we hope that establishing and validating regenerative treatment options for common orthopedic conditions will lead to better overall health care while saving millions of dollars in surgery that may no longer be necessary.