Regenerative Medicine for Spine & Disc Repair
Researchers estimate that up to 85 percent of the population experiences moderate to severe episodes of back or neck pain; however, we no longer have to accept this discomfort as part of our lives.
At Regenerative Wellness Centers, our cutting-edge regenerative treatments offer patients an option to avoid invasive surgery and prescription pain medications. We pride ourselves on staying at the forefront of the regenerative medicine field, offering the latest advances in cell-based medicine for the treatment of chronic pain.
Stem Cell Treatments for Spine and Disc Dysfunction
Our state-of-the-art, non-surgical treatments are designed to use the body’s own healing mechanisms to promote repair and regeneration of damaged and dysfunctional tissues. These procedures harness the regenerative capabilities of both stem cells and platelet-rich plasma to repair damage and return functionality to patients suffering from chronic neck or back pain.
Concentrated doses of these bioactive cells are administered to the site of injury or dysfunction and work to regenerate new, healthy tissues. Rather than simply treating the symptoms, we are able to alleviate pain and restore function by treating the source of chronic pain.
Commonly-prescribed treatments for spinal conditions often involve the use of damaging steroid injections or invasive surgery, both of which have the potential for serious complications. Steroid injections may provide temporary relief, but long-term consequences are often severe and may cause further damage to already delicate tissues. Highly invasive surgical procedures also hold the potential for serious consequences, often leaving patients with residual pain and loss of mobility. By contrast, regenerative injections have less than a 0.1% risk of complication.
Commonly treated Spine & Disc Conditions:
• Degenerative Disc Disease
• Herniated or Bulging Discs
• Damaged Facet Joints
• Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Syndrome
• Continued Pain After Surgery
• Spinal Stenosis
• Spinal Instability