Experiencing pain that potentially impedes your daily life can make you feel like you’re in a tough spot: continue to endure the pain, take serious medications, and, in some cases, undergo invasive surgery. Fortunately, there is a form of natural pain relief that is nonsurgical and targets damaged tissue — regenerative medicine.
Over time, our body’s cells become degenerated and less robust, resulting in a diminished ability to heal. Regenerative cell therapies reintroduce healthy cells to the body to reinvigorate its ability to heal. These treatments use healthy cells to mend injured tissue and offer all-natural pain relief. This strategy not only targets treating the symptoms of pain; it also works to reverse damage caused by injury, aging and various degenerative conditions.
Our professionals employ the latest treatments in regenerative medicine to treat pain. We use regenerative cellular therapy and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) to treat conditions such as:
- Back pain
- Joint pain
- Disc issues
- Bone issues
- Torn ligaments
We focus on two main therapies when it comes to regenerative treatments:
Regenerative cellular therapy is a form of natural pain relief that uses mesenchymal cells to repair injured tissue. The mesenchymal cells used in this form of therapy are obtained from the Wharton’s jelly found in umbilical cords. The cords used are obtained from healthy and consenting mothers, making the product safe and ethical for everyone involved.
The cells extracted from this process are young, healthy and unaffected by many potentially damaging stimuli. They are also immune-privileged, meaning they do not have an immune system yet and, consequently, have little-to-no risk of being rejected by the patient’s body.
These cells are packed with many healing properties, growth factors and other natural benefits. With these various advantages, regenerative cellular therapy results in a noninvasive, all-natural pain relief.
We also use platelet-rich plasma (PRP) to treat and repair damaged tissue. Plasma is the fluid in blood that is responsible for transporting red and white blood cells. Platelets contain healing and clotting factors. In PRP treatment, blood is drawn from the patient and spun in a centrifuge. The plasma and platelets are separated out and injected into the patient’s damaged tissue. This allows for a highly targeted form of treatment.
PRP utilizes cells that are rich in growth factors and anti-inflammatories, making it a rapid and effective form of pain relief therapy. It is an advantageous form of regenerative medicine that can restore your body’s own healing power.
Want to find out if you are a candidate for regenerative medicine? To find out, call us for a free consultation at (843) 285-6883