Common Areas of Pain We Treat
For almost any kind of damage or injury, your body has the tools and the systems in place to make the needed repairs to keep you going. Regenerative medicine sends your own cells (along with a few other special compounds) to repair the damage.
Knee pain can have many causes. If it is caused by osteoarthritis, the cartilage in the joint degenerates and makes it hard to walk or engage in the normal activities of life. Regenerative medicine may be able to help reverse this and get a person back to moving comfortably.
Back pain can be a crippling symptom of ailments like spinal arthritis, herniated discs, pinched nerves, and spinal stenosis. Our clinic has a proven track record of treating ailments such as these and helping our patients stand, walk and run comfortably again.
Our doctors have extensive experience when it comes to hip pain treatment, which may be caused by ailments ranging from osteoarthritis to pinched nerves. We are experts in identifying these issues and provide a great non-surgical solution.
Sports activities requiring repeated movements like weightlifting, swimming, throwing or pitching put a lot of strain on the shoulder. Even everyday activities can damage the shoulder over time. It’s important to treat shoulder pain early before it becomes unmanageable. Our techniques may offer a great alternative to shoulder surgery for many cases. However when the condition becomes chronic it will develop into what we call FROZEN SHOULDER. Our doctors have a unique treatment protocol to treat this condition without the use of surgery or injections.
The neck consists of several vertebrae made of bone separated by cartilage that act as a cushion for the neck bones. When this cartilage starts to deteriorate or becomes damaged, pain and pinched nerves can ensue. We use regenerative medicine, which has demonstrated regenerative and pain-relieving properties, to target pain at this site.
Pain in the hands and wrists may be debilitating since we use them for regular activities. Despite the risks involved, many people have tried prescription pain medications, steroid injections, and even surgery to relieve their pain. Our treatments as a supplement to traditional care may alleviate this pain more quickly than the alternative alone.
Many patients with tennis elbow run away from surgery and steroid injections. We focus on the underlying damage to your joints and target pain at the source.