Regenerative Joint Treatments
Joint dysfunction and injury are among the most common causes of chronic pain worldwide. If you’ve been told that invasive surgery, steroid injections, or prescription pain medications are your only options for relief, it’s time to seek alternatives.
At Regenerative Wellness Centers, we truly believe that the human body is designed to heal itself, but only when given the right conditions. We pride ourselves on staying at the forefront of the regenerative medicine field, utilizing the latest advances in orthobiologic treatments to repair damaged joints, restore normal functioning, and reduce joint-related chronic pain.
Recent research has demonstrated that common orthopedic surgeries provide little, if any benefit and may not be any more effective than placebo treatments. Such treatments include arthroscopic procedures designed to remove damaged cartilage and bone, and other arthroscopic surgeries designed to treat degenerative joint disease. Certain orthopedic procedures may even cause further damage to cartilage, setting patients up for accelerated joint degeneration.
Our approach to treating joint injury and dysfunction is simple: Provide the body with the tools it needs to heal, and allow it to do its job. After all, our bodies are made of cells, not drugs or prosthetic implants. We know that the body is designed to heal injury and dysfunction, and our cutting-edge, cell-based treatments work WITH the body to stimulate repair and regeneration of damaged and dysfunctional tissues.
Avoid Joint Surgery With Regenerative Treatments
Stem cells are the building blocks of the human body, working to repair injury and dysfunction on a cellular level. However, as we age, our bodies’ concentration of these healing cells declines. Furthermore, as our own stem cells age, they become less and less effective, making it more difficult for the body to heal. At Regenerative Wellness Centers, our non-surgical procedures work to restore joint function and repair cartilage loss, ligament and tendon dysfunction, tears, sprains and related conditions.
|Knee Joint Pain & Dysfunction||Hip Joint Pain & Dysfunction||Shoulder Joint Pain & Dysfunction|
• Meniscus Tears
• ACL, PCL & LCL Tears
• MCL Tears & Sprains
• Patellofemoral Syndrome
• Patellar Tendonitis
• Hamstrings Tendinopathy
• Baker’s Cyst
• Knee Instability
• Knee Bursitis
|• Rotator Cuff Tears
• Rotator Cuff Tendinosis
• Osteoarthritis of the Shoulder Joint
• Shoulder Labrum Tear
• AC Joint Separation
• Recurrent Shoulder Dislocations
|Elbow Joint Pain & Dysfunction||Hand & Wrist Pain & Dysfunction||Foot & Ankle Pain & Dysfunction|
|• Tennis Elbow (Epicondylitis)
• Golfer’s Elbow (Medial Epicondylitis)
• Ulnar Collateral Ligament Injury & Dysfunction
|• Wrist Arthritis
• Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
• Carpometacarpal (CMC) Arthritis
• Basal Joint Arthritis
• TFCC Tears
|• Ankle Osteoarthritis
• Ligament Tears
• Tendon Tears
• Plantar Fasciitis
• Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome