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Regenerative Medicine for Joint & Spine

Regenerative Musculoskeletal

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) for Regenerative Musculoskeletal


Do you suffer from chronic pain, and nothing seems to work? Over 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain every day. This pain accounts for 25% of all visits to primary care physicians and half of all anti-inflammatory drug prescriptions.

We have a proven treatment method that is helping thousands all across the country each and every day. It is time to consider an alternative more natural treatment for your chronic pain. Let us help!

Regenerative Therapy is Clinically Proven

Regenerative Therapy has been demonstrated clinically to provide an effective option for treating various conditions.

Is This A Good Alternative?

Regenerative Therapy contains key biologic components that may help to restore the damaged tissues.  Regenerative medicine is the body’s innate ability to naturally heal itself from within allowing you to enjoy life pain free.

Patients can expect to see significant improvement with symptoms over the course of healing time. This procedure may eliminate the need for further invasive procedures or prolonged use of medicines. While other treatments such as corticosteroid injections may provide temporary relief and stop inflammation, PRP injections stimulate healing of the injury in a shorter period of time with less side effects.  Patients usually report a gradual improvement in symptoms and return of functions.

Many patients require two or three treatments to obtain optimal and may even experience a dramatic return to function and relief within 2-3 months.

Consult your physician for a proper diagnosis and treatment protocol for your condition.

How Is Regenerative Therapy performed?

Regenerative Therapy can be performed in a doctor’s office. The product is applied directly into the area of damaged tissue, and the entire procedure takes between five and ten minutes. The physician may use a local anesthetic or other methods to numb the area, if necessary.

Does Health Insurance Cover This?

These types of procedures, like many regenerative medicine procedures, are considered elective or non-covered by insurance companies. Consult your physician for more information.


⊡ Trigger point/ myofascial pain
⊡ Occipital nerve
⊡ Neck/low back
⊡ Shoulder (tendinopathies/rotator cuff syndrome/bursitis)
⊡ Medial/lateral epicondylitis (Tennis/golfer’s elbow)
⊡ Wrist/hand
⊡ Hip (Greater Trochanteric Bursitis/Iliotibial Band Syndrome)
⊡ Knee/Patellar tendinopathy
⊡ Medial tibial stress syndrome MTSS (shin splints)
⊡ Ankle/Achilles tendinopathy
⊡ Foot/Plantar fasciitis/heel pain
⊡ Neuromas/metatarsalgia