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Medical & Regenerative Medicine Services

Neuralprolotherapy (alternatively called nerve block injections) – Cutaneous or trigger point injections refers to how the injection will be administered. The medication (lidocaine and mannitol) is injected into the subcutaneous tissue of the skin (above the muscle but below top layer of skin) or into the muscle to bathe the nerves and to assist in breaking up muscle adhesion (scar tissue/"knot"). This is used to treat syndromes, such as carpal tunnel, peripheral neuropathy, and muscle tension.

Steroid Injections (corticosteroids) – we often use to treat piriformis, trigger finger, knees and shoulders. Steroids work by decreasing inflammation and reducing the activity of the immune system.

 

Viscosupplementation (Sodium Hyaluronate) – Used to treat osteoarthritis (O.A) of the knee. Uses a synthetic Hyaluronic Acid (body stops producing as we age) to minimize friction between the surrounding articular cartilage during movement.

I.V. Therapy (intravenous therapy) – is a way to give medicine, supplements, and/or fluids which are used to treat a variety of ailments and/or conditions which include but not limited to pain relief, dehydration, detox, and to improve immunity and post-viral symptoms, such as "long haul" syndrome from Covid.
 

Durable Medical Equipment (DME) – equipment prescribed by a healthcare provider to help improve function, support or limit mobility, and assist in daily activities.

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) – Uses platelets (also called Thrombocytes, cause blood clots and other necessary growth healing functions) from patients’ blood (own healing system) to accelerate the healing of injured tendons, ligaments, muscles, and joints. This process releases growth factors that stimulate and increase the number of reparative cells your body naturally produces. *Low likely hood of adverse reactions*

 

Prolotherapy – Injection of an irritant (usually sugar) to trigger an immune response. This will allow the body to jump start the natural healing response.

 

Stem Cell – is a technique that infuses a damaged joint with stem cells from amniotic tissues (harvested from the placenta of a recently delivered baby) these growth factors stimulate tissue growth, hyaluronic acid for lubrication, and naturally occurring anti-inflammatory agents like cytokines. 

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