Regenerative Medicine Procedures
What Is Regenerative Medicine?
Regenerative medicine is a discipline that includes Sports Medicine for sports injuries as well as people who suffer from chronic joint pains, osteoarthritis, and more.
How Does Regenerative Medicine Help You?
Regenerative medicine 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.
Some of our services include but are not limited to bone marrow regenerative treatments which is a treatment that many high profile professional sports players use when they experience injuries. We also provide Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) treatment which is also a very common treatment that is performed on professional sports stars because these services helps the professionals get back to performing at the highest levels possible and as quickly as possible and that is why we provide this same level of care for our patients too.
Who May Benefit From Regenerative Medicine?
Our services are excellent options for a very large spectrum of patients of all ages. If you suffer from chronic pain in your body then you may want to consult with us to determine if the pain you are dealing with may get relief with our services. Body aches, joint pains, and more have received relief and the best way to determine if you may benefit is to talk with our staff.
Regenerative medicine for sports injuries.
Our office often works with a number of Sports Medicine patients. We’ve helped a long list of sports injuries patients including, but is not limited to:
- Regenerative Medicine for Joggers and Runners
- Regenerative Medicine for Knee Pains -Meniscus tears, ACL, or even just ‘wear and tear’ due to age.
- Weekend Warrior Sports Injuries.
- Tennis and Golfer’s Elbow.
- Foot Injuries.
- Hand and Wrist Injuries.
- And much, much more.
As stated before, you don’t have to have a sports injury to benefit from our services because we have helped a large number of people who simply have chronic joint pains that are not sports-related.
In short, if you’re experiencing chronic joint pain then you should learn more about how our services may be a great option for you to consider.
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 Years after just one single 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.