Benefits of Regenerative Medicine
Regenerative Medicine is one of the safest and most advanced approaches to treating a wide variety of injuries, degeneration, and pain within the human body.
Patients recovering from injuries and degeneration will rapidly improve by exhibiting greater mobility and less pain, compared to the lengthy and exhaustive post-surgical healing and rehabilitation.
Understanding Regenerative Medicine
Of all bodily ailments, nothing is more painful and crippling than the persistent joint, knee, hip or shoulder pain. Unfortunately, any damage to the ligaments, cartilage or bone by way of injury or disease (such as arthritis), can cause severe pain and difficulty walking, standing, sitting, and general every day activities. To help you return to the activities that you enjoy, our team at Lone Star Progressive Medicine offers Regenerative Medicine, a cutting edge therapeutic procedure to help alleviate your joint, shoulder, hip, and knee pain without relying on complex surgical procedures or medications.
Regenerative Medicine is one of the most effective treatments today that help the body to heal and regenerate tendon injuries, ligament damage, degenerated joints and arthritis. This procedure is non-invasive and harnesses your body’s natural healing potential to combat shoulder, hip and knee problems. The newly introduced regenerative cells stimulates the body’s existing healthy cells and tissues, making them operate at a higher level of function. The new regenerative cells boost the body’s repair mechanisms to aid in the healing process.
Our providers at Lone Star Progressive Medicine will first do a thorough consult with you to discuss your medical history, area(s) of pain and discomfort, answer any questions you may have, and will ensure that regenerative medicine is the right fit for you.
Conditions that respond well to Regenerative Medicine:
- Knee Injuries (meniscus, MCL, ACL, PCL, and LCL sprains or partial tears)
- Arthritis/Osteoarthritis – Bone on Bone
- Hip Pain or Labral Tears
- Shoulder Damage (Rotator Cuff , Tendonitis, and Arthritis)
- Chronic Back Pain
- Chronic Neck Pain
- Elbow, Wrist or Hand Pain
- Achilles Tendon
- Ankle Pain, Foot Pain, or Plantar Fasciitis
- Lower Back Pain, Disc Injuries & Disc Degeneration
If you are interested to see if Regenerative Medicine could help relieve your pain, visit our Regenerative Medicine website at Lonestarregenerativemedicine.com