Am I a Candidate for Regenerative Medicine?

 

Are you a candidate for regenerative medicine?

Regenerative medicine is opening the door for more effective treatment options for conditions that cause pain, decrease mobility and interfere with your active lifestyle.

Treatments like stem cell therapy, platelet-rich plasma and prolotherapy are viable options to regenerate, rebuild and restore damaged cartilage, tendons, and ligaments – without invasive surgery.

Good candidates include patients with:

  • Moderate osteoarthritis of the knee, hip, and shoulder
  • ACL or meniscal tears
  • Shoulder pain, tendinitis, labral or rotator cuff tears
  • Tennis and golfers’ elbow
  • Chronic neck and back pain or sciatica
  • Non-healing fractures, and more!

What if I’m not a good candidate?

That’s what makes RegenMD different! If you are not a candidate for regenerative medicine procedures, our board-certified orthopedic surgeons offer a full spectrum of traditional orthopedic solutions, plus physical therapy - all on site.  

When your pain is too great to ignore, schedule your FREE one on one consultation to see if regenerative therapies are right for you - with RegenMD!  

 

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