Pain can be a tricky issue to manage, especially if you have already tried different treatments or if surgery isn’t an option. Did you know there is an option for pain relief that uses your own body to restore itself? It is regenerative medicine, and you may be a candidate for it. Whether you suffer from knee pain, wrist pain, or other types of pain, regenerative medicine can be the comprehensive alternative treatment that is beneficial for you. Contact us now or sign up for a free consultation, and find out if you are a candidate for regenerative medicine.
What is regenerative medicine?
With regenerative medicine, your body works to create functional tissues to repair damages and heal itself. We provide you with a treatment that includes amniotic allograft serum used for regenerating healing purposes. These treatments include growth factors made up of hyaluronic acid, regenerative active cells, and cytokines.
The amniotic allograft serums come as injections. Once you have received your treatment, the growth factors will start to work, triggering cell growth in the area injected. Over the following weeks, cells grow and divide forming new tissues. This helps heal damaged or injured areas you have, surgery free.
Which areas can be treated with regenerative medicine?
With the help of the allograft treatments, regenerative medicine is an excellent way to heal many types of bone and soft tissue problems, including arthritis. The injections help treat pain in the following areas:
How long does regenerative medicine take to work?
With regenerative medicine, your body starts a process of making new tissues. This means that it may take some time for your treatment to start working. Many patients report a dramatic reduction in their pain levels in as little as a few weeks to months. The time depends on how quickly your body responds to the treatment.
How many treatments will I need with regenerative medicine?
The number of treatments you will need depends on the severity of your injury and how quickly you heal. If you don’t see any improvement after several months, or if you don’t notice a significant improvement, your doctor might suggest repeating the treatment, just to further boost healthy tissue growth.
Do the regenerative medicine injections hurt?
You may feel a bit of stinging, but only for a few seconds. Most patients describe a temporary burning sensation that doesn’t last long. If you’re sensitive to pain or are getting the injections in a sensitive area, you may be able to receive some topical numbing cream. That way, any stinging sensation or discomfort will decrease.