If you continue to suffer from shoulder pain, there may be new help available through orthobiologics. Orthobiologics, a type of regenerative medicine, can offer patients hope for reduced shoulder pain and improving shoulder function without the need for surgery.
Managing chronic pain can be challenging at best. But what if you could treat it without narcotics, steroids, or surgery? What if you could be on your way to feeling better after a single in-office procedure? Thanks to rapidly evolving and exciting advances in regenerative medicine, there is hope for reducing chronic pain.
So, when you have a hand or wrist injury, or have chronic pain from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, arthritis, or some other degenerative condition, it can be limiting and frustrating.
Recent advances in orthobiologics may give enough pain relief and functional improvement that some people can avoid major joint replacement surgery. Orthobiologics are natural substances such as cells, tissue, blood components, and growth factors that may be used to replace lost tissue, stimulate regeneration and healing, reduce pain and inflammation, and improve joint function.
Regenerative medicine is an exciting area of medicine that may bring health and relief by boosting the body’s ability to heal itself. For example, rather than opting for an invasive joint replacement surgery or cortisone injections to deal with the pain and dysfunction from arthritis, regenerative therapies can accomplish the same goals in a safer and less invasive way.
Osteoarthritis is a painful and bothersome condition, and unfortunately, it can’t be cured. In some severe cases, knee replacement surgery is an option. Another way to get relief from osteoarthritis knee pain that is gaining popularity is a form of a regenerative medicine called Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) injections.
Whether you have a hip injury or are just experiencing pain in that sensitive area, you may be under the mistaken impression that the only solutions are steroid shots or narcotic medications, or a total hip replacement. But what if there was another option to minimize your pain and improve your hip function?
If you're an athlete, there's a good chance you've suffered at least one sports injury. These injuries can be very frustrating and slow down your progress in the sport you love. But did you know that regenerative medicine may be able to help?