Regenerative Orthopedic Medicine
Led by a Fellowship-Trained Specialist
Regenerative Orthopedics employs injections of the patient’s own human growth factors and adult stem cells to create an environment in which the body’s damaged tissues can re-grow and repair themselves without invasive surgery. As opposed to surgery or drug therapy, Regenerative Orthopedics mobilizes the human body’s repair mechanism to heal degenerated or damaged tissue.
Regenerative Orthopedics consists of non-surgical injection therapy to treat common work or sports injuries, including degenerative joint problems, or just “wear and tear” injuries to tendons, ligaments, cartilage, and discs that result in acute or chronic pain, as well as compromised athletic performance.
Regenerative orthopedic injections reverse pro-inflammatory, destructive processes within a joint or spinal disc. Whereas traditional orthopedic medicine and pain management use surgery and steroid injections to remove damaged tissue and to mask symptoms regenerative orthopedic medicine uses the body’s own ability to heal itself and allow healthy tissue to flourish and eliminate symptoms.
Regenerative Treatment Specialist
- Pre- and postsurgical pain
- Acute traumatic pain
- Chronic pain
- Spinal pain