Shoulder Bursitis Stem Cell Treatment

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Shoulder bursitis (subacromial) defined:

Shoulder bursitis (subacromial) results when the then bursa or cushion over the rotator cuff (supraspinatus) tendon and the deltoid muscle becomes irritated and inflamed. Genetic factors, as well as posture and shoulder mechanics, can predispose to shoulder (subacromial) bursitis. Specifically, an irregular shaped acromion, slouched-forward posture, injury to the underlying rotator cuff tendon can be a precursor to bursitis. Pain is typically in the anterolateral shoulder and worse with shoulder activity.

iobx Shoulder Bursitis

Downfalls of Surgery or traditional
treatments for Shoulder bursitis

Surgery for Shoulder bursitis is uncommon but many traditional treatments often lead to suboptimal results. Masking the pain with medications provides no lasting relief. Injections with steroid based medications in some cases may cause tissue weakening and deterioration and improvements may be temporary.

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iobx Shoulder Bursitis

A Bio-Restorative Stem Cell procedure for Shoulder bursitis

A Bio-Restorative Stem Cell procedure for those with shoulder bursitis is an ultra-minimally invasive same-day injection procedure designed to alleviate pain and improve function with an aim at decreasing inflammation and providing healthy, lasting results. Stem Cells from your own body harness your own body’s healing capability to naturally restore, reduce pain and get you back to doing the things you love.


At its foundation, iOBX™ was created to provide advanced high-quality bio-restorative stem cell procedures and a concierge, patient-centered experience.
The Board-Certified Physicians at iOBX™ are extremely experienced in successfully treating shoulder bursitis and have devoted their careers toward treating Orthopedic conditions using Stem Cells from the patients’ own body. We are 100% dedicated to Orthopedic Stem Cell Treatments (you probably wouldn’t go to a part-time brain surgeon, so why would you go to part-time Stem Cell doctor or even worse a mid-level Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner). iOBX™ Physicians have extensive experience in precisely implanting your own Stem Cells into your bursa and applicable supporting tissues using cutting-edge, precision-guided imaging technology. Our amazing physicians always make sure to put the patient’s needs first in a complete patient-centered process, that includes concierge in-depth consultation with a medical doctor, and continuous check-ups even after the treatment. The wonderful work of our team is reflected in all our independent 5-star reviews

Don’t Believe Everything
You Hear about Stem Cells

Are you being treated by Board Certified Medical Physician?

Are you getting a one size fits all static stem cell procedure or dynamic approach with a real-time adaptation of cells?

Is there a processing lab on-site, and do they check their cell viability count and cell populations?

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iOBX Stem Cell Bruce

“Before going to iOBX®, I had previously had surgery for a torn rotator cuff in my right shoulder which was successful, but when I tore the rotator cuff in my left shoulder, I was looking for something much less invasive with much less recovery time. I had a torn rotator cuff and bicep tendon. The pain was a 7/10 and I wasn’t able to work out the way I wanted to... [Read More]

iOBX Stem Cell Deloris

My name is Deloris Sanders Mungo, a lifelong resident of Columbia, SC. I am 66 years young. About a year and a half ago, I fell down a steep incline and VERY badly tore my rotator cuff and also my bicep tendon. The pain progressed tremendously over time - I tried to make myself think that it would get better - but it only got worse. I could not sleep or hold my grandchildren or walk my dogs... [Read More]

iOBX Stem Cell Tony

I am sitting here on a rainy fall afternoon after having done chores all morning, and my shoulder doesn’t ache or throb. In fact, it just feels super normal. Six months ago, I could not have said that. Is it perfect, no. There is still more strengthening needed, and I have to do my daily stretching, but I can do anything I was doing 3 years ago before I injured it. The staff was especially... [Read More]