Using Your Own Stem Cells to Treat Degenerative Disc Disease

What is StemSpine?

StemSpine® is a patented stem cell based treatment for degenerative disc disease (DDD) and associated lower back pain provided by Creative Medical Technology Holdings, Inc. It offers a drug free alternative utilizing a patient's own stem cells.  StemSpine® is performed using  FDA-approved equipment by a licensed physician that provides a safe, effective, solution to treat DDD and lower back pain.

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Autologous treatments utilize an FDA-cleared device to access and concentrate a patient’s own stem cells.

Stem cells produce growth factors that stimulate production of new blood vessels

Stem cells are administered into muscles surrounding area of lower back pain, such as psoas major muscle

New blood vessels increase circulation around disc and thus stimulates regeneration

Our Issued Patent
Our patented method of treating the CAUSE of disc degenerative disease covers the use of either the patients own non-manipulated or expanded stem cells (Autologous) or from donors (Allogenic).
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How StemSpine Works?

Injected bone marrow stem cells increase perfusion of area associated with disc pain

Increased perfusion allows for clearance of toxic metabolites

Increased perfusion triggers endogenous stem cells that are found inside the disc to “re-awaken”

Stem cells in disc start to generate new proteoglycans

New proteoglycans cause restoration of disc volume, reduction of pain, regaining of function


Degenerative disc disease is a major healthcare crisis, and StemSpine® is a non-surgical approach targeting the root cause of degenerative disc disease

The StemSpine® Difference


Non-surgical treatment option with no dependence on pain medications


Utilizing a patient's own stem cells in a regenerative approach


Minimal down time away from work and family

Statistics on Degenerative Disc Disease

Generally speaking, when people reach the age of 35, about 30% of them will show signs of disc degeneration at some levels

Typically, degenerative disc disease starts from the age of 30 to 40 and then progresses bit by bit

For people at the age of 60 or more, as many as 90% of them will show some disc degeneration symptoms

According to statistics, about 40% of people at the age of 40 have degenerative disc disease. For people who are 80 or older, as many as 80% of them suffer from the condition

What is Degenerative Disc Disease?

DDD is the major cause of lower back pain

Discs absorb compression by means of water containing molecules

DDD is caused by loss of water in the disc due to less water retaining molecules

Loss of cushioning ability of the disc results in pain and immobility

Degeneration of one disc leads to abnormalities in adjacent disc

Lower Back Pain

Chronic low back pain represents a leading cause of disability worldwide and is the most common non-cancer reason for opioid prescription in the U.S

Affects 12-30% of U.S. adults at a given time

Estimated to cost the U.S. health care system over $100 billion each year

40% of patients, low back pain is caused by disc degenerative disease (DDD)

DDD is a chronic and progressive condition where the intervertebral disc breaks down and causes pain

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