Comprehensive Regenerative Healthcare Approach
Our comprehensive regenerative healthcare approach to treating your pain includes an assessment of your diet, lifestyle, and other health conditions such as thyroid dysfunction, adrenal dysregulation, diabetes, testosterone deficiencies, and overall inflammation. These obstacles may impede optimal results and may need to be addressed before or during the course of treatment. We strive to providing you with the best care tailored to your needs and lifestyle all while aiming to avoid surgery and other suppressive medications. Other therapies may include IV treatments, spinal manipulation, shiatsu-like therapy, acupuncture and/or cupping to help achieve optimal results.
What is Regenerative Injection Therapy?
Regenerative Injection Therapy (RIT) utilizes natural ingredients to support your body's natural healing abilities and regenerative processes to stimulate healing and repair leading to the restoration of the affected tissue or joint's structure and functionality so you can get back to your physical activities faster. These therapies are minimally invasive, safe, and effective treatments to help eliminate pain.
RIT is contraindicated in the presence of a tumor, metastatic disease, active infection, pregnancy or actively breastfeeding, and any known allergy to the anesthetic.
What conditions can RIT benefit?
Conditions it may help with include:
Degenerative disc or joint disease
Herniated or bulging discs
Joint pain (neck, shoulders, back, ankles, hips, elbows)
Mild to moderate arthritis
Neurological pain (carpal tunnel syndrome, sciatica)
Everyone is different. Therefore, there is no guarantee as to how quickly you achieve your results. Depending on your injury, lifestyle, and response to treatment, a series of injections may be necessary to achieve optimal results. Results have been seen as quickly as a few days to several months.
Which regenerative injection therapies are offered?
Perineural injections contains a buffered low concentration of (5%) dextrose which are injected in small amounts under the skin to treat nerve inflammation. These injections act directly on nerve membranes to help decrease pain, heal underlying injuries, and allow for better nerve function.
"Prolo" or proliferative therapy utilizes natural ingredients to stimulate an inflammatory response thereby initiating the healing process by recruiting cells involved in repair and regeneration into the damaged or painful areas. Along with a local anesthetic and nutrients, prolotherapy can be used for any localized/persistent pain, acute injuries, or pain with or without history of injury.
Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)/Platelet-Rich Fibrin (PRF)
PRP, derived from your own blood, is a rich source of growth factors and platelets involved in the tissue repair process. Similar to prolotherapy, it is injected locally into an area of concern and has been shown to optimize the healing environment, stimulate blood vessel growth, and increase tissue regeneration and repair.
PRF provides the ideal matrix scaffold and conductive surface where cells can migrate, attach to, and proliferate. PRF contains a reservoir of growth factors that allows for normal tissue remodeling. Compared to PRP, PRF is 10x richer in platelets and has been found to to be richer in mesenchymal stem cells. This is used to acclerate the healing process.
Peptides are signaling molecules that are made up of short chains of amino acids. They bind to receptors of cells which then trigger a cellular response leading to pain relief, injury recovery, increased energy, improved neurological function, improved healing, weight loss, muscle growth, improved sexual health, hair restoration and overall well-being. Peptides can be used with other regenerative injection therapies during the treatment and/or between treatments.
Exosomes are microvesicles released by many cells throughout the body and contains cargos of information including messenger RNAs, microRNAs, and other proteins. Because they contain transmembrane protein from the parent cell, exosomes are uniquely durable and naturally biocompatible. They are important in direct cell-to-cell communication whether it's the same type of cell or different cell, locally or distally.
What makes our exosomes different?
Our exosomes have been isolated from human bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells and provides an array of regulatory proteins that stimulate many processes within the normal healing cascade. This ensures that information that these microvesicles carry will respond to injury and provide your body with proper information it needs to stimulate the regenerative process.