SURGERY IS NOT YOUR ONLY OPTION

Before you consider surgery or replacement procedures for joint pain or injuries, consider regenerative therapies. PRP and SVF technologies allow your joints to essentially heal themselves – without drugs or incisions.

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Millions of people around the world suffer from pain caused by conditions such as arthritis, traumatic injury, and other degenerative disorders related to age or overuse.

Traditionally, treatment options for these painful and debilitating conditions include 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.

Don’t Operate – Regenerate!

Our Non-Invasive Approach

Regeneris Medical has developed an orthopedic regenerative protocol which harnesses the anti-inflammatory and healing effects of SVF, and uses PRP to supplement and optimize the effects of the SVF. These protocols are deployed as an outpatient procedure under local anesthesia, and require little to no downtime.

As opposed to a surgical procedure, the goal of Regeneris Medical is to use your body’s own cells to help promote healing. The bountiful, healthy cells already found in your body can be activated and then deployed directly into the area requiring treatment. These stem cells and stromal cells have the potential to renew surrounding tissues, promoting a natural form of healing and recovery through secreted growth factors.

How Stem Cell Therapy Works for Orthopedic Treatment

Stem cells and progenitor cells are human cells with the potential to regenerate many different cell types in the body. They help in recruiting new cells in existing healthy tissues, which then repair injured or damaged areas. Our advanced orthopedic stem cell therapy uses precise injections of your own stem cells, under the premise that these cells secrete local growth factors to recruit new cells to help the body heal damaged muscles, ligaments, tendons, cartilage, bones, and spinal discs. This non-surgical stem cell injection procedure usually happens within a day, and offers the hope of an alternative to surgery and joint replacement.

If you have an injury to your knee, hip, shoulder, ankle, wrist and spine, or are experiencing chronic pain in your joints due to injury or arthritis, you may be a good candidate for our stem cell therapy.  You must meet our inclusion and exclusion criteria and agree to be followed throughout the study period.

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Whether you are experiencing pain as a result of injury or trauma, or if a condition such as arthritis has made it difficult to stand, walk, or run, our doctors can discuss your candidacy for regenerative treatments as well as answer any other questions you may have. Each case is unique, so personal consultations and customized treatment plans are determined based on your condition and goals.

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COMMONLY AFFECTED AREAS

Our regenerative orthopedic patients are seeking stem cell therapy in the following areas:

Knee

Several common causes of knee pain have shown positive response to regenerative treatments, including osteoarthritis, meniscus and other ligament damage, traumatic injuries, and other degenerative conditions. Other causes can include age-related degeneration and overuse conditions. By applying stem cell therapy we can alleviate most degenerative conditions through minimally invasive stem cell injections for your knee pain.

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Hip

Hip pain can restrict mobility and prevent sufferers from enjoying activities of daily life. Hip surgery is often offered as a solution, but can result in lengthy and painful downtime. Alternatively, cellular therapies show promise in treating causes of hip pain such as injury, hip arthritis, and other degenerative conditions.

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Shoulder

Shoulder pain can cause reduced range of motion and prevent patients from engaging fully in daily life. Common causes of shoulder pain include trauma or injury, arthritis, and other degenerative and age-related conditions. Those who suffer from shoulder pain can avoid costly and painful surgeries with cellular therapies.

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Elbow & Hand

Pain in the elbows, hands, and wrist can be debilitating, and can prevent patients from participating in many activities of daily living. Powerful potential has been discovered in the application of cellular therapies for pain in the elbow, hand, and wrist caused by arthritis, injury, and other degenerative conditions.

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Foot & Ankle

Pain in the foot and ankle can feel especially debilitating due it directly inhibiting mobility. Injury, arthritis, and other degenerative conditions can cause this kind of pain, and can prevent patients from walking or moving comfortably. Fortunately, treatments for joint pain of the foot and ankle can benefit from the potential of cellular therapies.

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Neck, Back & Spine

Neck and back pain can have many causes, two of the most common being degenerative disk disease and facet arthropathy. Some forms of back pain can also be caused by arthritis of the facet joints, the small joints where vertebra connect to their adjacent neighboring vertebrae.

COMMONLY AFFECTED AREAS

Knee

Several common causes of knee pain have shown positive response to regenerative treatments, including arthritis, meniscus and other ligament damage, traumatic injuries, and other degenerative conditions. Other causes can include age-related degeneration and overuse conditions.

Hip

Hip pain can restrict mobility and prevent sufferers from enjoying activities of daily life. Hip surgery is often offered as a solution, but can result in lengthy and painful downtime. Alternatively, cellular therapies show promise in treating causes of hip pain such as injury, hip arthritis, and other degenerative conditions.

Shoulder

Shoulder pain can cause reduced range of motion and prevent patients from engaging fully in daily life. Common causes of shoulder pain include trauma or injury, arthritis, and other degenerative and age-related conditions. Those who suffer from shoulder pain can avoid costly and painful surgeries with cellular therapies.

Elbow & Hand

Pain in the elbows, hands, and wrist can be debilitating, and can prevent patients from participating in many activities of daily living. Powerful potential has been discovered in the application of cellular therapies for pain in the elbow, hand, and wrist caused by arthritis, injury, and other degenerative conditions.

Foot & Ankle

Pain in the foot and ankle can feel especially debilitating due it directly inhibiting mobility. Injury, arthritis, and other degenerative conditions can cause this kind of pain, and can prevent patients from walking or moving comfortably. Fortunately, treatments for joint pain of the foot and ankle can benefit from the potential of cellular therapies.

Neck, Back & Spine

Neck and back pain can have many causes, two of the most common being degenerative disk disease and facet arthropathy. Some forms of back pain can also be caused by arthritis of the facet joints, the small joints where vertebra connect to their adjacent neighboring vertebrae.

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