Therapeutic Injections focus on repairing damaged tissues or organs. Replacing and restoring damaged tissues is often done with treatments designed to stimulate the body’s natural healing capabilities.
What are Therapeutic Injections?
The human body is amazing in its ability to repair itself from injuries such as broken bones or a laceration of the skin. The liver is even capable of growing back after a piece has been taken out. Therapeutic Injection goes further than just typical treatments, it focuses on tapping into the body’s natural healing abilities and stimulating the body to heal other areas more effectively. Therapeutic Injection treatments are designed to help the body heal without the need for surgery or heavy medication (in some patients). This method supports the body in replenishing itself back into a healthy state of wellbeing. Our goal is to restore function, mobility, and health to the body with faster recovery time from surgery and other treatment methods for pain management. Over the few short years where this method has been in action, these advancements have shown to greatly expand the span and quality of thousands of people’s lives.
Therapeutic Injection Treatment Areas
Depending upon your area of pain, our qualified experts can find a solution to find pain relief by treating the condition, not just the symptoms. We focus on healing your body as a whole, helping you to feel better on a daily basis, but also for years to come. We commonly treat the following areas:
- Muscle tissue
- Spinal conditions
Benefits of Therapeutic Injection Treatment
Therapeutic Injection provides a natural remedy to a variety of medical conditions and injuries. Using the body’s natural ability to heal itself eliminates any risks associated with surgeries and any that can arise from overusing medications. There are also no adverse effects from Therapeutic Injection. Pain and inflammation are reduced naturally, and nothing new is introduced to the body, therefore there is little risk of any rejection or adverse effects. Overall, Therapeutic Injection has been shown to strengthen all parts of the body not exclusively the injured or inflamed areas. This reduces the chances of getting injured in the future. The recovery time is much faster and there are no complications.
Therapeutic Injection Treatment Methods
One therapy in cartilage regeneration and is for injuries where there is cartilage damage, Therapeutic Injection can be beneficial with the recovery and strengthen all cartilage areas throughout the body. Cartilage usually does not heal well on its own because there usually isn’t enough blood supply. Another is called prolotherapy and is when the doctor injects watery solutions such as saline into the injured area. This therapy is beneficial for injuries involving joints and connective tissues. Common injuries this treats are whiplash, arthritis, and disc problems. It can be performed on most areas of the body. The injection is designed to irritate the injury, then the body begins the healing process and replaces the damaged tissue with new healthy tissue. This treatment resolves the symptoms as well as the recovery of the injury. Other treatment methods include Amniotic Allograft Therapy and PRP.
We use Amniotic Allograft Therapy to help repair damaged tissue and stimulate the body’s natural healing capabilities. For this therapy, the Amniotic Allografts are repurposed to other healthy cells the body needs to repair any apparent injuries. Amniotic Allograft Therapy will heal injuries and eliminates pain, restoring range of motion. Amniotic Allograft treatments are targeted to problem areas, making it easy to target common ailments many patients face such as the knee, hip, and shoulder pain.
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Platelet-Rich Plasma Treatment
Platelet-rich plasma treatments are performed by drawing blood and then it is spun into a concentrated later of platelets, and then it is reinserted in the injured site. These treatments are designed to treat various conditions, including arthritis, spinal disorders, and ligament damage. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) stimulates the body to heal itself by injecting the patient’s own platelets into damaged tissues. PRP has several healing factors, helping patients to feel better in a shorter amount of time from surgery and other medical treatments. This method has been shown to help alleviate the symptoms as well as heal the underlying issue.