Are you feeling constant joint pain? Does it seem like surgery is the only solution available? The fact is, there is an alternative option out there called regenerative medicine. It is an option that more and more people are adopting these days to treat constant pain, limited mobility, arthritis, or anything similar.

Our comprehensive medical team has many different types of patient-specific therapies to help address conditions holding them back and limiting their ability to live their day-to-day life.

We think of ourselves as the perfect solution for either those who can’t stand the idea of invasive surgery, or who’ve tried other non-surgical options out there and haven’t found anything that helps. Our comprehensive regenerative medicine injection treatments are just the beginning of a more pain-free life. Our team also offers different types of rehabilitation options to help get joints back into working order as they should.

Many patients are surprised to hear just how many completely natural medical treatments are out there to try. We take the time to discuss with our patients all the options that make sense for their particular cases.

Regenerative care has helped patients throughout the world for years. Types of patients who have benefited range from professional athletes wanting to get back to playing the sport they love to those just wanting to stay more active in general. There’s no minimum or maximum age with regenerative care.

Our treatment plans always strive to be a true solution, not just a way to temporarily deal with pain. Our approach is to address the root cause of the problem and not just the symptom of pain. That’s why a combination of treatment and rehabilitation makes such a difference.

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What Makes Regenerative Care Effective?

Our team has been properly trained in various regenerative care options. Different regenerative solutions range from platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections to tissue transplants.

A tissue transplant repairs or replaces the joint (and tissue surrounding it) with new cells and tissue to improve functionality. This treatment will not only help out the targeted area, but it assists in improving the body’s ability to heal faster. The primary function of the tissue is to repair, reconstruct, replace, and supplement. The secondary function is to facilitate new growth in degenerated joints. Most patients will notice some changes to their pain levels after just one session.

PRP injections can be used as a concentration of plasma that comes from a patient’s blood. It’s used to treat many different types of injuries while also speeding up recovery.

How We Differ From Other Options

What makes us different from other regenerative care options out there? We believe that our approach is the best option available for patients looking for the best overall balance when considering the price, recovery time invasiveness, and more.

Our medical team is comprised of providers from different disciplines, including medical, physical therapy, and chiropractic. Working together, they are able to provide a more comprehensive and thorough approach to helping a patient get better and back to living their life. Along with regenerative care treatment, we combine other therapies when necessary for a patient to produce a greater chance of recovery and healing.

Experience

All of our providers who provide regenerative care have the educational background and experience specific to joint injections. They are accredited through the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, and a patient works with a team member who knows exactly what’s needed in any scenario.

Variety

There are some clinics who try to push one or two regenerative care options instead of always trying to find the best solution for each patient. With so much variety, we don’t have hidden agendas to use something that might not be the best option out there. We focus on what is best for you, our patient.

Accuracy

The only way to truly speed up recovery time as much as possible is to have a target with regenerative treatment. Our team uses a diagnostic ultrasound when setting everything up to get the perfect placement for the treatment.

This helps out not only with faster recovery times, but it also can reduce the pain of the procedure by close to 50%. This is already a minimally invasive treatment in the first place, so reducing pain even more with accuracy increases the likelihood of patients sticking with treatments long-term for more serious pain issues.

Detail-Oriented

We consult with and thoroughly evaluate every potential patient who walks through our doors. If regenerative care seems like a solution, we then explain what treatment options are available and how they work. We want to be realistic with patients, so we identify who might respond best.

Any and all treatments we recommend are to assist in reducing pain, eliminate reliance on medications, and avoid surgery. Most patients come to us wanting to severely reduce or eliminate the amount of medication they take daily and to avoid surgery.

What We Treat

If there’s pain in some joint area on the body, chances are it’s treatable with our options. There are different options depending on the location of the pain. There are also different suggestions to go along with treatment such as a change in diet or exercise habits.

We believe that since we’re more than just a treatment center, we can get faster results than others. It’s more than just injections, as we put together an entire plan to get back to normal.

Keep in mind that there are three main reasons why a person feels pain in a joint. It’s usually either caused by a trauma to that area, some type of misalignment, or nerve interference. Before starting any treatment, we take the time to figure out exactly what’s causing the pain in the first place.

Anyone dealing with these issues can benefit from our treatment solutions:

  • Ankle pain
  • Elbow pain
  • Hand pain
  • Finger pain
  • Hip pain
  • Knee pain
  • Foot pain
  • Toe pain
  • Neck pain
  • Wrist pain
  • Shoulder pain
  • General muscle pain
  • General tendon pain
  • General ligament pain