Traveling for Stem Cell Therapy

Traveling for Stem Cell Therapy

Do you live outside the Dallas-Fort Worth Area?

Do you live outside the Dallas-Fort Worth Area?

Traveling for Stem Cell Therapy is easier than you might think. Whether you’re traveling from across the country or around the globe, we are committed to making your experience as smooth and seamless as possible.

Our Global Reach

Many of our patients come from outside the Dallas / Fort Worth area to receive Stem Cell Therapy. We have treated patients from all over the United States, including the East Coast, West Coast, and even Hawaii.

We’ve also had the privilege of treating patients from various parts of the world, including Canada, Iceland, and as far away as Syria.

Virtual Consultations

The process begins with a virtual consult over the phone to help determine if you are a candidate for Stem Cell Therapy. Depending on your case, you may need to undergo diagnostic imaging in your local area, including MRI or X-ray. Once you receive treatment at our Fort Worth clinic, any followup consultations can be conducted virtually as well.

Convenient Location

Our clinic is located just a short 25 minute drive from the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW). The office is conveniently located just south of downtown in the Fort Worth medical district with plenty of free parking onsite.

If you don’t want to rent a car, Uber and Lyft area readily available. If you need it, do not be shy about asking for a wheelchair or cart in the airport.

What to Expect

Arrival (Day 1): Typically, patients arrive the day before their scheduled procedure for a personalized meet and greet with Dr. Meyers and a thorough physical examination to ensure everything is in place for your treatment.

Procedure Day (Day 2): The entire process only takes around two hours. For the first two to three days after the procedure, the joints or areas injected typically become swollen, stiff and painful. It can be difficult to get around these first few days. You do not have to sit around the hotel all day, but most patients will not feel like walking around the mall or exercising. You may be given a prescription for pain medicine to help with these early symptoms. Typically, four to seven days after the procedure you can resume normal activities.

Departure (Day 3): In most cases, patients are ready to travel back home the day following the procedure. Extra time might be needed for getting through the airport as you might be walking slower than usual.

Accommodations & Activities

We’ve created a Travel Guide for our patients with recommendations on hotels, restaurants, and local activities.

Interested in Traveling for Stem Cell Therapy?

If you would like to receive more information about traveling for stem cell therapy, simply provide your information below or call us today at (817) 335-4316 and our care team will reach back out to you.

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    Regenerative Medicine Doctor Steve Meyers MD

    Steven J. Meyers, M.D.

    Non-Operative Sports Medicine Physician
    Fellowship Trained in Primary Care Sports Medicine

    Dr. Steve Meyers is a sports medicine physician specializing in the non-operative treatment of all sports injuries and musculoskeletal disorders. He manages all general orthopedic diagnoses from neck pain to toe pain and all areas in between. He has a special interest in Regenerative Medicine, using one’s own cells to heal damaged tissue and improve pain and function. He also treats acute and chronic athletic/sports injuries in addition to non-operative fracture care. As a former competitive athlete, he understands the desire to return to sport after injury.

    After obtaining his Bachelor’s degree from The University of Texas at Austin, Dr. Meyers received his MD degree from The University of Texas Medical School at Houston. He then completed family practice residency at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston followed by fellowship training in Primary Care Sports Medicine at U.T. Southwestern in Dallas.

    Dr. Meyers also specializes in the use of Musculoskeletal Ultrasound. Ultrasound imaging allows him to visualize soft tissue injuries to tendons, ligaments and muscles and even direct specific treatment to injured areas.

    My Practice Philosophy

    When I meet a new patient who is curious about how I practice Non-Operative Orthopedics, I tell them that in everything I do, from the first visit through follow up, I will treat them how I would want to be treated myself. As a former competitive athlete and an active adventure seeker today, I know first hand how much life can change with an injury or degenerative issue. My goal is to help your body recover from your injury, avoid re-injury and get you back into the game of life as soon as possible.


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