The inevitability of aging lies in the degeneration of cells and body systems, resulting in a range of ailments that commonly manifest as persistent pain, stiffness, and restricted range of motion. Through the regeneration and, in certain instances, replacement of damaged cells, organs, and tissues, it is possible to partially reverse pain and injuries. The field of regenerative medicine encompasses endeavors aimed at rescuing or substituting damaged, diseased, or deceased tissue within the body.

Beyond addressing the changes associated with aging, regenerative medicine can be employed to address issues such as sports injuries, chronic pain, joint discomfort, hormonal imbalances, and various other conditions. A skilled regenerative medicine practitioner collaborates with you to formulate an effective plan that leverages your body’s innate capacity to trigger healing, aiming to restore overall well-being.

Regenerative medicine spans a diverse array of treatments, with key therapies including:

  • Biologic Allograft Therapy
  • Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Injections
  • Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)
  • IV Therapeutic
  • Prolotherapy
  • Anti-Aging Treatments

These therapies cater to a broad spectrum of needs and alleviate various symptoms, often enabling individuals to lead a more active, pain-free life.

While Biologic Allograft Therapy is commonly associated with this field, regenerative medicine encompasses numerous areas of study and clinical application. Other facets involve organ and tissue transplants, scaffolding, devices, and biomaterials.

Regenerative Medicine Questions

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What does regenerative medicine mean?

Regenerative medicine focuses on obtaining, developing and delivering cells in order to restore or repair the normal functioning of body systems.

What can regenerative medicine be used for?

This branch of medicine has many applications, including the treatment of:

  • Knee pain
  • Back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Shoulder pain
  • Sports injuries
  • Arthritis
  • Elbow pain
  • Ankle pain
  • Wrist and hand pain
  • Hip pain
  • Foot pain
  • Toe pain and numbness

This list is not exhaustive. During a consultation, you can find out whether the ailment, injury or illness can be addressed with these types of interventions.

How effective is regenerative medicine?

Regenerative medicine is effective for certain people experiencing certain ailments or diseases. Because there are so many therapies within regenerative medicine, the effectiveness of each branch has its own factors. Your regenerative medicine provider will discuss the studied effectiveness, risks and benefits with you as part of your consultation.

Are biologic allografts used in regenerative medicine?

Yes, biologic allografts are an important part of regenerative medicine. Many people use the phrases interchangeably, and biologic allografts are the most common association with the term “regenerative medicine.” In fact, biologic allografts are just one of the very exciting areas in this field of research and clinical practice.

What are the benefits of regenerative medicine?

This branch of medicine has many promising benefits as well as observed benefits:

  • Reduces pain
  • Enhances healing
  • Jumpstarts the process of regeneration
  • Increases collagen production, which in turn strengthens tissues
  • May make it possible to avoid surgery and/or pharmaceutical drugs
  • Harnesses the power of your body’s ability to heal and repair itself
  • Focuses on the root cause of an ailment, not the symptoms alone
  • May provide relief that you have not been able to achieve with other treatments

Consulting an experienced provider is the only way to know if it will be beneficial for you specifically.

Who is a good candidate?

You may be a good candidate for regenerative medicine if any of the following apply:

  • Seeking an alternative to joint surgery or joint replacement
  • Tendon or ligament injuries
  • Joint pain
  • Arthritis
  • Pain in the hips, knees, shoulders, wrists, elbows, fingers, toes, neck or back
  • Spinal pain
  • ACL/MCL tears
  • Rotator cuff injury
  • Meniscus tear
  • Temporomandibular joint disorder
  • Headaches caused by neck pain
  • Limited range of motion in any of your joints

In a consultation or over the phone, we can better determine your candidacy. Regenerative medicine can be a great way to address pain or degenerative diseases.

Schedule a Regenerative Medicine Consultation

The next step in the process is scheduling your consultation with an experienced regenerative medicine provider. After listening to your concerns and reviewing your medical history, all therapeutic options will be reviewed with you.