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Joint Pain

Have you been recommended surgical repair for your chronic joint pain? It may be time to reconsider. Regenerative Medicine has changed the game when it comes to joint pain. Whether its bone-on-bone knee pain, degenerating discs in both the neck and the lower back, disc bulges and herniations, and even shoulders that limit your daily function. We at RegenRX Medical provide new solutions for those looking to avoid a joint replacement that will limit them long-term.

Knee Pain

The knee is the largest joint in the body, and it’s often labeled as the most complex, as knee pain can be debilitating for many people. Inability to work, exercise, or just normal activities are common. While playing an intricate role in the movement of the lower extremities, cartilage and other forms of soft tissue will often degenerate faster than in any other joint in the body. When the soft tissue degenerates—due to either injury or normal wear and tear—many will begin to experience what is commonly known as “bone-on-bone,” or medically referred to as osteoarthritis. The degeneration of the cartilage provides less cushion in the joint, which increases pain and decreases function.

Back / neck pain

Spinal health plays a crucial role in function in many other areas of the body, providing support and structure and allowing you mobility and flexibility. Since the lumbar spine, or lower back, is involved in body movement, damage or derangement to this area could potentially be life altering if not properly treated. The soft tissue plays a significant role in the overall structure of spinal health, whether it’s the disc, ligaments, tendons, or nerve related. Damage to the structures listed can change or altar and cause issues in the vertebra. The more common diagnoses of low-back pain are herniated or bulging discs, degenerative disc disorder, degenerative joint disorder, vertebral stenosis, muscle strain, and spondylolisthesis. By repairing and restoring the damaged soft tissue, the joints begin to move more biomechanically sound, restoring the overall structure and getting you back to living pain free.

Shoulder pain

The shoulder’s ball-and-socket joint gives you great range of motion, but it comes at the expense of stability. The shoulder joint gets dislocated more often than any other joint. And repeated stress, from how you use your shoulders on the job or during sports, can lead to tears and other injuries. The most common shoulder pain includes adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulder), labral tear, rotator cuff strain or tear, and degenerative arthritis. This can often lead to stability issues, leading to other parts of the shoulder overcompensating for the deficiency and creating a snowball effect on the overall health and function of the joint. In the image below, the amount of space within the shoulder joint is often the most telling. The lack of space in the degenerated shoulder will causes pain, inflammation, and immobility. If you are experiencing pain, loss of function or immobility, regenerative treatment with a round of regenerative therapies may be your solution.

Hip pain

Like the shoulder, the hip is the only other ball-in-socket joint in the body, therefore sacrificing stability for mobility. Since the hip joint can move in every direction, the inability to preserve its soft tissue is common. When the ball (head of the femur) is under stress or used often, wear and tear can occur, causing degenerative arthritis. If you are experiencing pain, popping, clicking, or immobility, you may be experiencing soft tissue degeneration, and regenerative medicine with a round of regenerative therapies may be your solution.

foot / ankle pain

Many issues start at the feet, and the imbalances go up the chain. Besides the more acute injuries such as sprains and strains, plantar fasciitis is a common condition in the bottom of the foot. This is a condition in which the connective tissue in the bottom of the foot becomes inflamed, often but not always, due to a heel spur. There is a lot of misinformation on the internet regarding treatment methods for this condition, and it usually will linger for months on end and inhibit your daily living. Plantar fasciitis, in some cases, will heal itself, but not always. Our treatment plans, including regenerative treatments and therapies, expedite the healing and have you back on your feet quickly. With the combination of shockwave therapy to enhance adequate blood flow for healing, cold laser to control pain and inflammation, and our personal recovery system to improve natural healing, you can count on our treatment for a pain-free journey.

hand / wrist pain

Whether it’s injury-related or rheumatoid arthritis, combining our regenerative treatment and therapies will make you feel and function better. For autoimmune conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, treatment may vary depending on the severity. Cold laser therapy will help control pain and inflammation as we use our personal recovery system to induce blood flow to the affected area.