3 Ways PRP Injections Aid in Injury Recovery

Whether you are an athlete or an everyday person who has suffered a minor misfortune, injuries can significantly impact every area of your life. The damage can become more difficult for your body to heal as you get older. Traditional surgery may not be beneficial. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections can be a safer and more…

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Stem Cell Therapy Benefits for Sports Injuries

As an athlete, you subject your body to a lot of stress while training, which increases your risk of injury. Unfortunately, however, accidents happen. At Regenerative Orthopaedics, we know how important it is to return to your sport as fast as possible after an accident. Luckily, it is possible to heal from a sports injury…

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Do You Need Treatment for a Non-Union Fracture?

Broken bones or fractures are a common injury, and most can heal correctly with medical treatment. Bones are designed to repair themselves, creating new bone tissue to fuse the fracture together. In some cases, broken bones do not heal as expected and may need further treatment. Broken bones that do not repair correctly are called…

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Regenerative Injections for Tendonitis

Tendons are fibrous cords that connect muscles to bone. Injuries or stress on tendons can result in irritation or inflammation, a condition called tendonitis. The tendons around major joints are the most prone to tendonitis, such as elbow, shoulder, knees or ankles. Regenerative medicine delivered through injections can stimulate healing and offer pain relief from…

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3 Healing Benefits of Stem Cell Therapy

If you are struggling with a chronic health condition or injury, the pain can feel overwhelming. Stem cell therapy is a safe and effective treatment that can provide relief and improve your overall quality of life. These specialized cells can be injected into the body to repair damaged areas. Natural growth factors in these cells…

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Stem Cell Therapy Is An Alternative To Hand And Wrist Surgery

Tasks that are usually very simple are a nightmare if you have pain in your wrists. Plus, the soreness can radiate to your fingers and up your arm. The most common causes include: Arthritis Osteoarthritis Tendonitis Carpal tunnel syndrome Dequervains Tenosynovitis Instability Trigger finger TFCC tears Repetitive stress injuries from daily work or sporting activities…

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Stem Cell Therapy Can Heal a Nonunion Fracture, No Surgery Required

Bone fractures (broken bones) are among the most common types of injuries. Nevertheless, immediate treatment is imperative for proper healing. Usually, the bone can regenerate if immobilized with a brace, cast or surgical intervention, which generally involves plates and screws to hold it in place. This procedure is called ‘setting the bone.’ It allows the…

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How PRP Therapy Can Change Your Life if You Have Arthritis

Arthritis is more depleting than many people realize. Sufferers cannot partake in several activities for weeks due to pain, inflammation and stiff joints. Arthritis is a progressive condition that becomes worse over time and significantly impacts lifestyle and work options. Thankfully, platelet-rich plasma therapy (PRP) has shown impressive results for many patients who have arthritis….

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Start Running Again Sooner by Treating Leg Injuries with Stem Cell Therapy

Stem cell therapy can help you overcome injuries like a runner’s knee, shin splints or a damaged Achilles tendon faster so you can get back to training ASAP! Whether you are an avid runner, athlete or enjoy a brisk walk to stay physically fit, it is frustrating to be forced to stop due to injury…

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Superior Cartilage Repair With Nanofracture and Stem Cell Therapy

It is very common to experience cartilage damage as part of a joint injury. Commonly seen in the knees, many orthopedic surgeons recommend microfracture surgery. Using the microfracture procedure, the surgeon makes small, deep holes in the bone. This increases blood supply to the bone surface and stimulates cartilage growth. Some surgeons prefer cartilage replacement,…

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