Sometimes surgery isn’t an option for pain relief, or perhaps, previous treatments haven’t worked. In such instances, regenerative medicine techniques may be a solution. The leading pain-relief experts at Johnson Medical Center of Venice, FL can evaluate whether you’re a candidate for regenerative medicine. This comprehensive alternative treatment is beneficial for chronic pain sufferers of knee pain, shoulder pain, arthritis, and so much more. Book your regenerative medicine consultation appointment today, either online or over the phone.
Regenerative medicine involves using Human Cellular Tissue Products (HCTPs) to help your body heal itself. Johnson Medical Center provides patients with HCTPs to help stimulate the regenerating healing process. These HCTPs are made up of hyaluronic acid, growth factors, mesenchymal stem cells, exosomes and cytokines, which are all powerful factors that help regenerate your body’s tissues.
Once you are injected with the HCTPs, the growth factors can start triggering cell growth in the area injected. Over the following few weeks, cells may grow and divide, forming new tissues. This may heal damaged or injured areas you have, without going through a surgical procedure.
Regenerative medicine with amniotic allograft treatments is beneficial for healing many types of bone and soft tissue problems, including arthritis. The injections help heal your:
Because you are kickstarting your body into making new tissues, it does take some time for your regenerative medicine treatment to start working. Some patients report a dramatic reduction in their pain levels in as little as two months, while others experience improvement within a few weeks. It just depends on how quickly your body responds to the treatment.
Possibly, depending on how quickly you heal and the severity of your injury. If you don’t see any improvement after several months, or if you don’t notice significant improvement, your doctor might suggest repeating the treatment, just to further boost healthy tissue growth. They can let you know what to expect during your consultation and assessment appointment.
They are injections after all, so you may feel a bit of stinging, but only for a few seconds. Most patients describe a temporary burning sensation, although it doesn’t last long. If you’re sensitive to pain or are getting the injections in a sensitive area, your practitioner can apply a topical numbing cream. This type of cream decreases some of the stinging sensation from the injection and minimizes your discomfort