Chronic Pain, Arthritis, & Injury
Chronic pain is the number one reason people visit their doctor and nearly 9 out of 10 people will experience at least one episode of chronic pain in their lives. It can be debilitating in some cases, causing the sufferer to make a number of unwanted changes in lifestyle including giving up activities they normally enjoy. Chronic Pain can also interfere with ones ability to work and put food on the table.
Our approach is different, it goes against mainstream thinking. Call it “outside-the-box” thinking. Rather than medicating and using catabolic steroids to mask the pain. We choose to help regenerate the tissue.
Studies have shown regenerative medicine to be very effective at relieving pain, while MRI images have confirmed successful tissue repair following the procedure. The need for surgery can be greatly reduced by treating injured tissues before the damage progresses and the condition is irreversible.
Our goal of care will be help you avoid surgery if possible, tremendously decrease or completely eliminate pain and improve stability and motion. If for any reason we believe that your problem is too serious for our program to correct, we will tell you that.
Chronic knee pain is long-term pain, swelling, or sensitivity in one or both knees. Osteoarthritis is the most common form of degeneration of the knee. It is a degenerative,”wear-and-tear” type of arthritis that occurs most often in people 50 years of age and older but can occur in younger people as well.
If you have encountered an injury to the knee meniscus, cartilage, ACL or MCL ligaments, or have chronic knee pain due to a past injury or arthritis, you may be a good candidate for our regenerative therapies.
Invasive knee surgery for ligament tears, meniscus injuries, or osteoarthritis can accelerate degeneration and often have no benefit. Find out if you are a candidate for our out-patient minimally invasive regenerative procedures.
Hip pain can be very difficult to deal with on a day-to-day basis and traditionally requires long-term pain management if the problem is not corrected. Hip surgery, hip replacement surgery and hip resurfacing are often the only medical options presented to a patient to deal with their debilitating pain.
Hip surgeries are typically very traumatic and are often followed by months of pain and discomfort while attempting to redevelop strength and mobility. Our patients are typically encouraged to walk the same day, and most experience little to no down time from the procedure.
The use of regenerative medicine and cell therapies are a breakthrough, non-surgical treatment for people suffering from hip pain due to common injuries, including hip arthritis, avascular necrosis, osteonecrosis, hip bursitis and other degenerative disease of the hip.
Our cell therapies are from healthy umbilical cords and offer an effective, non-surgical care option for many patients who are considering elective surgeries to resolve their hip pain. We help to heal and alleviate hip problems by augmenting the concentration of a patient’s stem cells in the injured area, which induces the body’s own ability to heal itself naturally.
Regenerative medicine and cell therapy is a revolutionary form of alternative care for people suffering from shoulder pain due to arthritis, rotator cuff and shoulder tears, overuse injuries, and other degenerative disorders.
Shoulder surgery is often a risky procedure due to the complexity of the joint. Post surgical recovery can be painful and rather lengthy rehabilitation period is usually needed. As an alternative to shoulder surgery, regenerative medicine using stem cells may help reduce or eliminate shoulder pain and restore joint damage with a non-invasive injection procedure. Patients typically experience little or no down time from the procedure.
Before considering shoulder replacement surgery, come in for a consultation to see if you are a candidate for our stem cell therapy using human umbilical cord tissue. By stimulating your body’s own natural healing abilities, stem cells have produced lasting results in the care of shoulder pain and injury.
Foot and Ankle
Osteoarthritis of the ankle usually occurs in ankles that have experienced trauma, infection, or injury. A smooth, slippery, fibrous connective tissue, called articular cartilage, acts as a protective cushion between bones. Arthritis develops as the cartilage begins to deteriorate or is lost. As the articular cartilage is lost, the joint space between the bones narrows. This is an early symptom of osteoarthritis of the ankle and is easily seen on X-rays.
Plantar Fasciitis is a painful condition where tissue running across the bottom of the foot becomes inflamed, usually from repeated trauma from overuse or injury. It is so common that there are more than 3 million new cases in the US each year. Symptoms include stabbing pain in the heel and pain is often worse in the morning. The condition is especially common among athletes and people who stand on their feet all day.
Before the advent of regenerative medicine and stem cells, traditional treatment included physical therapy, including stretching and ice treatments, shoe inserts, steroid injections and surgery – often with poor results.
Mesenchymal stem cells are fast becoming an innovative form of care for crippling foot pain as they enable the human body to help regenerate and repair tissue damage quickly without the need for steroids, surgery or other mainstream treatments. Stem cells are enabling patients to relieve their foot pain and get back on their feet quickly.
If traditional treatment is not working for you, come in for a consultation to see if you are a candidate for our regenerative medicine and stem cell procedures.
Hand and Wrist
We live in a place where we are placing more stress on our hands and wrists from a society filled with keyboards and hand-held devices. We provide minimally invasive healing procedures to help you regenerate rather than operate.
Arthritis of the hand or thumb joints can affect people of all ages. The constant pivoting motion of the basal joint, located at the base of the thumb, tends to wear it out easily. While total joint reconstruction surgery may improve the condition for some, the invasive procedure is painful and risky and new problems in the thumb joint can develop over time, causing numbness, pain and reduced range of motion.
Regenerative medicine and cell therapies, on the other hand, stimulates your own body’s natural ability to heal itself. Stem cells can be directed to the specific site of injury or degeneration where they reinvigorate the healing capabilities of the area’s existing stem cells that have gone dormant so they can potentially repair and regrow the damaged joints that are causing pain.
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The U.S. adult obesity rate stands at 42.4 percent, the first time the national rate has passed the 40 percent mark, and further evidence of the country’s obesity crisis. The national adult obesity rate has increased by 26 percent since 2008.
Obesity has serious health consequences including increased risk for type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, stroke and many types of cancers. Concerns about the impact of obesity have taken on new dimensions this year as having obesity is one of the underlying health conditions associated with the most serious consequences of COVID infection, including hospitalization and death. These new data mean that 42 percent of all Americans are at increased risk of serious, possibly fatal, health impacts from COVID-19 due to their weight and health conditions related to obesity.
Our goal is to provide an affordable, safe, solution to healthy fat loss. No hormones, no drugs, no starvation, no packaged meals. Just simple concepts providing long term solutions.
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Common Dysfunctional Nerve Symptoms
- Burning pain
- Sharp electrical pain
- Difficulty walking
- Loss of balance
- Symptoms traveling up the legs over time
- Pain that is worse at night
Neuropathy only gets worse over time. Diabetes is the number one cause of neuropathy, but is not the only cause. A lot of things can damage a nerve and can cause neuropathy damage. You can be a pre-diabetic and still develop neuropathy. Number two on the list is poor circulation. If you are not getting proper blood flow to your peripheral nerves, neuropathy can develop. Number three is chemotherapy drugs.
Neuropathy Is A Progressive Disease
About 40% to 50% of all chemo patients end up with neuropathy because the medication has damaged their nerves. Neck and back problems like spinal stenosis, disc problems, surgeries, hip and knee replacements often lead to neuropathy.
Auto immune diseases like lupus, infections like staph infections, alcohol and cigarette smoking can all damage nerves.
One of the newest issues is that many medications on the market can cause damage to the nerves! Doctors are giving patients medications to help one problem, and at the same time, causing the patient to incur a whole new problem.
If you’re ready to experience long lasting relief from your neuropathy, without the use of dangerous drugs or surgeries, call us at 540-678-1212 or fill out an appointment request by clicking this link now!