Stem Cell Injections are an amniotic fluid, umbilical and placental injection that enables your body to repair itself by recruiting your own cells to do the work. Conditions that benefit from this treatment: Mild arthritic joint conditions, cartilage tears, muscular tears, ligament tears and chronic tendonitis.
Platelet Rich Plasma, or PRP, is plasma taken from the patient’s own blood combined with a fibrin matrix. The matrix is then carefully injected into the injured area. PRP therapy can promote healing in multiple injuries, and is more cost-effective than other regenerative options. Great for sprains/strains and acute or chronic tendonitis.
Do you have arthritis or joint pain? A2M (Alpha 2 Macroglobulin) injections is a naturally occurring molecule found in your blood, which when administered in concentrated doses, acts as a powerful protector against cartilage breakdown. A2M attaches to and removes the destructive enzymes which is damaged cartilage cells and tissues in the joint or disc space. This helps in the repair and rejuvenation of arthritic joint conditions, soft tissue, cartilage, menisci, and joint injuries.
Pain is one of today’s most common health challenges. Conditions such as arthritis, osteoarthritis, and joint and tissue damage can cause severe pain and reduce quality of life. Now, medical breakthroughs in regenerative medicine are offering people natural treatment options to heal conditions once thought beyond repair. Our methods prevent needless drugs and dangerous surgeries that correct the root cause of your condition and restore function to the body.
Regenerative Medicine is advanced medical science that has the potential to fully heal damaged tissue and joints. It is an area of physical medicine that effectively reverses the aging process. These natural treatment options use Amniotic stem cells, platelet-rich plasma (PRP), and A2M molecules to treat and heal damaged tissue, ligaments, and joints.
Our purpose is to help people live happier, healthier, and longer lives through integrative medicine.