Surecell Research Data

Data gathered on Surecell patients will help make the public aware of the benefits reported by our patients, and help decide which method of treatment is best for them.  The data shows significant improvement comparing pre and post treatment pain for both PRP and Stem Cell therapy. High patient satisfaction was consistently reported, with over 85% of our patients satisfied with their PRP treatment and nearly 90% of patients recommending the treatment to others. Furthermore, over 1200 surgical procedures were avoided due to  PRP treatment.

 

Figure 1.  Pain scores reported on a 0-10 scale before and after PRP treatment.  The blue columns represent pre-treatment pain and the orange columns represent post-treatment pain.  Majority of the pre-treatment pain was between 6-10.  Majority of the post-treatment pain was reduced to between 1-5.

 

 

 

Figure 2.  Pain scores reported on a 0-10 scale before and after PRP treatment, categorized by age groups.  The blue columns represent pre-treatment pain and the orange columns represent post-treatment pain. The results  are fairly consistent across all age groups, indicating a significant reduction in pain following PRP treatment.

Figure 3. Summary of patient satisfaction levels for PRP treatment.  The blue column indicates 'yes', the orange column 'no' and the grey column 'undecided'.  88% of patients were satisfied with their PRP treatment and 89% of patients would recommend this treatment to others.

 

 

 

Figure 4.  Number of recommended surgeries avoided as a result of successful PRP treatments.  Over 1200 recommended surgeries were avoided.

Figure 5. Back and neck pain scores reported pre and post PRP treatment by over 800 patients.  On average patients reported a pain reduction of over 50%.

 

Figure 6.  Number of patients surveyed following PRP treatment, categorized by age group.  Majority of the patients we were able to get in contact with were under 60 years old

Figure 7.  Area of pain or injury that was treated for with PRP.  Almost 50% of PRP treatments were for the knee, commonly due to osteoarthritis.

Figure 8.  Pain scores reported on a 0-10 scale before and after Stem Cell treatment.  The blue columns represent pre-treatment pain and the orange columns represent post-treatment pain.  Majority of the pre-treatment pain was between 6-10.  Majority of the post-treatment pain was reduced to between 1-3.

Figure 9.  Pain scores reported on a 0-10 scale before and after Stem Cell treatment, categorized by age groups.  The blue columns represent pre-treatment pain and the orange columns represent post-treatment pain. The results are fairly consistent across all age groups, indicating a significant reduction in pain following Stem Cell treatment.

Figure 10.  Patient satisfaction levels for Stem Cell treatment, categorized by age group.  The blue column indicates 'yes', the orange column 'no' and the grey column 'undecided'.  Across all age groups, over 80% of patients were satisfied with their Stem Cell treatment.

Figure 11.  Annual Stem Cell treatments at MHF, with the years measured from January to December.  Note data for 2017 only is from January to July.

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