Regenerative Medicine Procedures

What Is It?

Regenerative medicine is a discipline that uses nature’s chemistry and biology through injectable procedures to help the body repair and enhance the functionality of structures which include large joints such as the hip, shoulder, and knee as well as smaller joints. It is also effective in the lumbar, thoracic, and cervical spine for conditions such as degenerative disc, spinal stenosis, or sciatica.

What to Expect

These procedures are safe and effective. Patients have reported no adverse side effects, including rejection. Most patients experience significant relief within the first hour.  Patients continue to experience improvement for 2 to 3 months after treatment.

How to Prepare

Speak with your doctor ahead of your procedure to learn the degree of discomfort or pain you may feel during the procedure. Your physician may suggest some relaxation techniques, including medication. Do not take any medicines your doctor does not already know about before arriving for your procedure, as some could result in adverse reactions.

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