Joint Pain Relief
Simple daily activities like opening jars or engaging in physical activities can cause pain and anxiety for people with joint discomfort. Joint pain can be caused by an injury or accident, but it is more commonly caused by the progressive degeneration of the tissue that the joint relies on to operate. When important components like cartilage, which cushions the joint, break down, bones rub together, causing joint pain and stiffness.
In the treatment of joint pain, regenerating tissue to restore function is a game-changer. One of the most common causes of joint pain is injury and the age-related breakdown of normal tissue. Over the last two decades, medical discoveries have been made that harness the power of your own body’s cells to accelerate tissue repair.
People who are older are at a higher risk of joint pain because age is a typical component in tissue degeneration. To restore joint function, regenerative medicine focuses on encouraging the repair of damaged tissue and the creation of new tissue. Pain treatment can be simple or complex depending on the origin of the pain, the amount of joint damage that’s occurred, and the amount of joint inflammation you are experiencing.
Regeneration therapy can relieve pain in common conditions such as:
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We work with you to design a treatment plan that best matches your personal health goals. It’s not just about treating specific conditions, but rather helping you lead an optimally healthy lifestyle.
What Does Regeneration Therapy Treat?
When the shoulder joint is injured, it can cause severe discomfort and limited motion. Dr. Yoon treats osteoarthritis, chondromalacia, rotator cuff tendinitis, rotator cuff tears, labral tears, biceps tendinitis, and adhesive capsulitis with regenerative therapies. Our goal is to administer regenerative treatments as rapidly as possible to restore full range of motion, minimize pain, and bring you back to top function.
State-of-the-art regeneration treatments can successfully address sprains, strains, tendon tears, and other disorders. We can treat osteoarthritis, joint degeneration, Achilles tendinitis and tears, plantar fasciitis, and calf muscle tears with proven non-surgical procedures.
Elbow joint osteoarthritis, chondromalacia, tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, ulnar collateral ligament tears, distal triceps tendinitis and tears, and distal biceps tendinitis and tears can affect persons of all ages. Our cutting-edge therapies are designed to help you regain full range of motion, relieve discomfort, and get back to doing what you love.
Many hip-related diseases and injuries, such as hip osteoarthritis, chondromalacia, femoroacetabular impingement syndrome, hip bursitis, labral tears, and hamstring, gluteal, or hip flexor tendinitis and tears, can benefit from our extensive range of regenerative treatments.
Knee injuries or damage can cause pro athletes and amateur players, as well as people from all walks of life, to be in continual pain. We use regenerative and biologic combination treatments to address a variety of knee disorders, including osteoarthritis, joint degeneration, meniscus tears, muscle tears, and ligament tears.
If you have pain, stiffness, or limited motion in your wrist and hand due to osteoarthritis, chondromalacia, or ligament and tendon tears, advanced regenerative treatments can help you regain your health and flexibility.
Regenerative medicine refers to treatments that aid in the repair. Regenerative medicine relies heavily on IV treatment. Treatments generally last 30 minutes to an hour. The total treatment time varies, but it commonly starts with 10 to 20 IV therapy sessions followed by monthly follow-up treatments.
Life-changing advantages have been described as a result of IV treatment regimens. While the IV therapy programs are individualized, they can be made to aid with increasing energy, increasing one’s immune system, decreasing blood pressure, increasing circulation, decreasing brain fog, treating the cold, and delaying degenerative processes.
Ozone therapy is the application of medical-grade ozone, a highly reactive form of pure oxygen, to the body in order to induce a healing response.
The human body is capable of self-renewal and regeneration. When this potential becomes inhibited, we become ill. Ozone’s reactive characteristics encourage the body to eliminate many of these barriers, enabling the body to do what it does best: cure itself.
Platelet rich plasma (PRP) injections are made from a patient’s own blood. Platelets include growth factors, which are proteins that aid in the healing of wounds. Because most injuries occur in areas with insufficient blood flow, the injuries are deprived of the platelets and growth factors required to rebuild injured tissue. According to studies, PRP treatment can cure this problem by providing platelets to the wounded area of the body, which aid in healing. PRP combined with regenerative medicine products has been shown to speed up the healing process by more than 80%.
Peptides are short-chain amino acids bonded together in nature. These amino acid chains are used in peptide therapy to assist cure a range of medical ailments while also fostering optimal health and well-being. Each peptide chain has its own structure and function, yet it has the unique capacity to influence multiple features at the same time. One peptide, for example, can boost both growth hormone production and sexual vigor. Insulin was first used in peptide treatment in the 1920s. Many novel peptides have made huge strides in terms of development and popularity in recent years.