- PRP Intra Articular Therapy
- PRP and Mechanical Stem Cell Injection
- PRP, Mechanical, and Enzymatic Stem Cells Injection
- PRP, Mechanical, Enzymatic Injection, plus IV infusion
- Back pain and disc degeneration
- Spine and cervical conditions
- Knee injuries, pain and degeneration
- Shoulder, elbow, and ankle pain
ORTHOPEDICS AND SPORTS INJURY
Regenerative Medicine options including Stem cells and PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) are among the most advanced cell-based treatment options available to address a variety of orthopedic conditions including acute and chronic injuries of joints, muscle, tendons, ligaments, and cartilage damage. Treatment options for the knee are among the most applied and researched areas for stem cell-based therapies available.
Traditionally, treatment options for these painful and debilitating conditions included surgery which can be costly, invasive, and require painful lengths of downtime. Patients often claim that the affected areas or joints never return to their original healthy state of mobility and ease of use even after surgery. Alternatives exist for those who want to avoid surgery, such as steroid injections and temporary cartilage substitutes or lubrication agents. However, these types of treatments provide only temporary relief, and repeated use can actually damage surrounding tissues over time. Regeneris Medical can help you choose a different path: Use your own cells to heal your tissue with orthopedic regenerative treatment.
A typical Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Stem Cell Therapy may include any of the following treatments:
- Meet the treating physician. Go over the entire process. Answer any questions.
- In-depth medical history and physical exam and review of studies.
- Repeat X-rays, or other studies if necessary.
- Stem Cell Intravenous Infusion Therapy - 250M SVF Regenerative/Stem Cells.
- PRP Intra articular Injection Therapy - 3-10 cc.
- Stem Cell Intra articular Injection - 50M Stem Cells.
- Nanofat Intra articular Injection - 2-4 cc.
- LightStim LED therapy, full body, 40 minutes per treatment.