When your body is injured, it attempts to heal itself through its own repair mechanisms. Depending on many factors, including the site and severity of the injury, your body may be unable to completely heal itself. This is especially true in areas where there is a lack of blood flow, such as in and around our joints. Unable to adequately heal, these injuries can leave you with symptoms ranging from weakness and swelling to pain and disability. For many, orthopaedic surgery may be the best choice to fully restore their lost function – but for others, the world of regenerative medicine can be a game-changer.
Regenerative medicine harnesses your body's innate healing mechanisms in powerful ways. Using your own body's tissue, our specialists are able to augment the natural healing process to heal and even grow back the damaged tissue. These techniques can help treat a wide range of orthopaedic conditions and injuries, helping to rapidly speed up your recovery.
At Arthritis & Sports, our specialists perform many surgical and nonsurgical regenerative treatments designed specifically to heal and regenerate tissue, including treatments for:
Acute and chronic sports/motor vehicle injuries
Sprains and tears
Tennis and golfer’s elbow
Degenerative hip and knee disease
Back and neck pain
Disc and facet degeneration
Degenerative knee cartilage
- Partially torn ligaments, cartilage, and tendons
Rotator cuff injuries
For many patients, our regenerative treatments provide complete pain relief in just one treatment session. Thanks to their regenerative properties, these treatments allow many of our patients to avoid surgical intervention, eliminating their prolonged recoveries and getting them back to a pain-free life in days (instead of months). With a substantial amount of research supporting the efficacy of regenerative treatments, these in-office treatments can get you back on your feet and back to your life!
Advanced Nonsurgical Services //
At Arthritis & Sports, our expert orthopaedics team puts your health and wellness first. We believe in not only treating your injuries, but healing and fixing the root causes of your pain. Browse some of the additional nonsurgical treatments that we proudly provide by clicking below.
MLS Laser Therapy
Laser therapy is a revolutionary advancement in the world of medical technology that accelerates your body's natural healing process. MLS Laser Therapy is an FDA-cleared, painless, safe, affordable, and side-effect-free way to treat a wide variety of conditions.
Viscosupplementation artificially supplements the joint fluid’s natural viscosity. By injecting man-made hyaluronic acid into the knee, doctors hope to temporarily lubricate the knee joint, thereby decreasing pain while improving function.
Regenerative Injection Therapy
Regenerative injection therapy (RIT) is a nonsurgical procedure used to treat connective tissue injuries that have not healed on their own or with other nonsurgical therapies. Utilizing injections to promote a healing response, RIT helps treat small tears and weakened tissue.
Your Solutions for Total Joint Health //
With years of experience and expertise in this field, our providers enjoy a high success rate in healing bone, muscle, joint, soft tissue, and nerve injuries with regenerative procedures. Browse some of the specialty treatment services that we proudly provide by clicking below.
Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Injections
Platelet activation plays a key role in the process of wound and soft tissue healing. A naturally occurring component of your own blood, treatments with platelet-rich plasma (PRP) can be applied to various musculoskeletal problems for its ability to promote healing of injured tendons, ligaments, muscles, and joints.
Adult Stem Cell Therapy
Adult stem cell therapy is a minimally invasive approach to treating the structural and systemic aspects of joint pain. The basic building blocks of human tissue, our body uses stem cells to repair, rebuild, and rejuvenate tissues all over the body throughout our entire lives. In the case of osteoarthritis, we retarget the cells to the areas within the joints that need help creating new cartilage cells.