Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative medicine is based on the process of replacing, engineering, or regenerating human cells, tissues, or organs to restore or establish normal function. Stimulating or supplementing the body's inherent repair mechanism with homologous or autologous biologics is the foundation.

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Our Goal

Rejuvenate

Boost the body's natural ability to heal itself

Replace

with healthy cells, tissues

Regenerate

Optimize regrowth

Regenerative Medicine

​Regenerative Medicine is the new way to treat acute, subacute, and chronic musculoskeletal conditions of muscles, tendons, and cartilage.  These conditions include sprains, tendonitis, muscle tears, tendon tears, ligament tears, cartilage tears, meniscal tears or intervertebral disc tears, joint injuries, or chronic degenerative joint disease commonly referred to as arthritis.

Stem Cell

​Stem cells have the ability to develop into many different types of cells, such as skin cells, brain cells, lung cells, and so on. Stem cells are a key component of regenerative medicine.

Plasma Rich Protein (PRP)

Helps through a process called "Optimal Scaffolding" — PRP can be compared to the sod while the stem cells are the seeds in an example where we want to regrow the damaged lawn.  PRP is a key component of regeneration treatments.​

How it Helps

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