At Narberth Family Medicine, it is our goal to provide holistic services that help your body heal on its own – without the need for invasive surgery or dependency on medicines. That’s why we are happy to announce a new treatment to our regenerative health services: stem cell therapy.

What is Stem Cell Therapy?

Stem cells are naturally-occurring cells in every human’s body. They are cells with potential – with the ability to turn into muscle, blood, or any other type of cell your body needs. They are part of your body’s natural healing mechanism – and we’ve figured out how to send that healing capability right where you need it.

Regenerative treatments like PRP therapy unlock the potential of stem cells found in the blood stream. With our new stem cell therapy, which harvests stem cells from adipose (fatty) tissue, we can add 10,000x more stem cells to your body!

Who Should Use Stem Cell Therapy?

We see the potential of stem cell therapy for primarily two groups of people:

  1. Chronic Pain

    The initial tests on the impact stem cell therapy can have on reversing chronic illnesses and pain is promising. This includes MS, Parkinson’s disease, diabetes, and neurodegernative disorders.

  2. Orthopedic Injuries

  3. The wear and tear of daily motion and sports activities can take a toll on your body’s joints. But before you opt for orthopedic surgery or joint replacement, you will want to try stem cell therapy. This is becoming the go-to treatment for professional sports athletes who want a full repair to their joints without surgery.

To learn more about our stem cell process and the steps involved in the treatment, visit our page on stem cell therapy. You can also always call the office or send me an email with any questions you might have.

Dr. Andrew Lipton in Narberth, PA

Connect with Dr. Lipton
Dr. Andrew Lipton is a 1991 graduate of the University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine, Kansas City, Missouri. The D.O. or Doctor of Osteopathy is a degree in medicine combined with training in Osteopathic Manipulation.  Osteopathy was founded in Missouri and there are only fifteen schools that train physicians in this technique.

Dr. Lipton has taken advanced training in OMT and is Board certified by the American Osteopathic Board of NeuroMusculoSkeletal Medicine.

Dr. Lipton completed his residency in Family Medicine at Suburban General Hospital, Norristown, Pennsylvania and is Board Certified in Family Medicine. Dr. Lipton was trained in Chelation Therapy  by the American College for Advancement in Medicine, a group of physicians dedicated to being open to new alternatives in medicine. Dr. Lipton is also Board certified by the American Board of Chelation Therapy.