About Wisconsin Stem Cell Institute
At The Forefront of Stem Cell Treatment
In The Greater Milwaukee Area
Thomas Stauss, MD is a lifelong resident of Wisconsin receiving his undergraduate and medical degree at the University of Wisconsin Madison. He brings the best combination of pain management and stem cell treatments to the Midwest. Throughout the years, Dr. Stauss has seen transformative effects of what a patient’s own stem cells could do to promote healing and repair, giving those patients a new lease on life.
Though these procedures can not guarantee results for all, there have been many studies done proving the results are effective and worthy of practicing. Recently, Dr. Stauss has taken part as a principal investigator in two different research studies. One uses neuromodulation to treat chronic back and leg pain, another to treat painful diabetic neuropathy.
Wisconsin Stem Cell Institute continues to strive in pioneering the field of Regenerative Medicine. Our team will spend time with each patient, getting to know their unique health challenges. With our in-house diagnostic services, we can accurately diagnose your condition and create a customized care program to help change your health and get you out of pain.
The ilium, the large bone in your hip is full of Mesenchymal Stem Cells and Platelets. This bone marrow sample is retrieved using a needle and syringe. This is a fully outpatient procedure where our patients are able to walk out the same day with not issues or concerns.
This bone marrow aspirate is the gold standard for orthopedic joint issues, providing the best long-term outcomes.
Using the highest technology at our disposal we take the aspirated bone marrow and process it in our in-house sterile lab. This processing separates the Mesenchymal Stem Cells and the platelets from the rest of the bone marrow, giving us the highest concentrated healing vial of goodness.
With the aid of guided Ultrasound and X-ray, we are able to insert the concentrated vial of Stem Cells into the specific area that needs it the most. This treatment area can be any joint that is causing disruption in your everyday life.
These concentrated cells move to the lining of the joint where they help eliminate inflammation. They also take shape and adopt the characteristics of the environment they are placed in, giving you that cushion or tissue you are missing.