If you’re facing chronic pain or an injury, you’ll want to know: how does regenerative medicine help relieve pain? Using advanced medical techniques, our doctors tap into the natural healing process, giving the body the components it needs to heal the injured area of its own accord, to restore function and reduce pain.
Regenerative medicine got its name from the fact that its purpose is restoring or regenerating the injured part of the body, through introducing healthy, young, new tissue into the body. This tissue contains incredibly potent cells, known as mesenchymal cells, that help the body create new, healthy cells, and repair damaged ones.
Regenerative medicine can help relieve pain from many conditions, including:
- Knee pain
- Back pain
- Neck pain
- Joint pain
- And more
Regenerative medicine treatments are non-surgical, require minimal downtime, and have been proven to be effective in treating many painful conditions.
Regenerative Cell Therapy for Pain
One of the most popular regenerative medicine treatments used to heal injuries and help relieve pain is known as cellular therapy. This treatment uses healthy, donated tissue from the umbilical cord (tissue that would have otherwise been discarded after birth), that is absolutely rich with vital healing components for the body, like cytokines, hyaluronic acid, amino acids, collagen substrates, polyamides, and growth factors.
This tissue is sourced ethically, where neither mother nor baby is affected, and is clinically frozen within an hour to ensure maximum efficacy, and stored in an FDA-approved tissue bank.
By injecting this powerful material directly into the affected area, your body can receive the benefit of these potent cells, who go to work repairing and replacing your cells right away. These cells have incredible adaptation, and are able to bring about recovery like you probably haven’t experienced since you were a child.
To find out if you might be a candidate for regenerative medicine treatments, call our clinic at 661-380-7222 to schedule a complimentary consultation today.