If you’re experiencing chronic pain due to soft tissue damage or injury, perhaps it’s time to consider Regenerative Medicine. Regenerative Medicine is a growing field within pain management. It utilizes the biological process of replacing, repairing, and regenerating human cells and tissues to restore proper function and relieve pain symptoms.
What Is Regenerative Medicine?
Man has spent centuries looking for ways to help extend and increase the well-being of their lives for the present and future generations. With the advancement of regenerative medicine, the power of true healing is being revealed within our own bodies; our bodies were designed to heal themselves!
Our regenerative medicine products, derived from birth tissues taken from carefully screened mothers at the time of cesarean section, offer these components that are needed to enhance the body’s natural ability to heal.
Potential Treatment Areas:
- Back Pain
- Cartilage Damage
- Degenerated Joints
- Joint Dysfunction
- Knee Injuries
- Ligament Tears
- Meniscus Damage
- Muscle Tears
- Nerve Injury
- Rotator Cuff Injury
- Tendon Tears
What Are The Benefits?
- Easily Administered – Regenerative Medicine can be administered easily.
- Little Down Time – There is little, if any, down time after office procedures
- Highest Quality – We receive our products from a FDA and multi-state licensed tissue bank. All protocols are in accordance with the FDA and the American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB) regulations and standards.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Injections
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is obtained from the patient’s blood. After performing a blood draw, we concentrate the necessary biologics to obtain an injectable volume. Growth factors and other cytokines are then injected into the area of need to stimulate the healing of soft tissue. This is a minimally invasive procedure requires little to no recovery time.
Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT)
We use low-level laser therapy (LLLT) to stimulate and accelerate cellular healing by increasing the production of the cell activity. It works by bringing an increase of oxygen into the injured area through the blood transport system (LLLT directly affects the mitochondria inside the cell, allowing for an increase production of ATP – energy – and cellular regeneration).