Which conditions do you treat with Regenerative Medicine?

Degenerative Joint Disease Hip osteoarthritis Knee osteoarthritis Ankle osteoarthritis Shoulder osteoarthritis Elbow osteoarthritis Wrist osteoarthritis Tendonitis (Chronic tendonitis or partial-thickness tears) Rotator cuff Biceps Golfers/Tennis elbow Tendonitis around the thigh (Gluteus medius, hamstring, piriformis syndrome) Patellar or quadriceps tendonitis Tendonitis around the ankle (Peroneal, Tibialis posterior) Achilles Plantar fasciitis Ligament Injury Ulnar collateral ligament injury …

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What is regenerative medicine?

Regenerative Medicine utilizes stem cell therapy to regenerate tissues needed to improve health. At AHS we use a combination of Stem Cell Therapy and Plasma Rich Protein (PRP) to treat musculoskeletal conditions such as cartilage, ligament and tendon injuries and chronic degenerative joint disorders of the extremities.

Regenerative Medicine - A Patient Guide

Regenerative Medicine – A Patient Guide

… Sounds impressive but confusing, right? Well
in layman’s terms it means our bodies were
designed to heal themselves! Makes sense…
you cut yourself, it heals.
Imagine if pain medication was no longer needed.
Imagine if the need for a surgical procedure was
prolonged or no longer necessary. Through new
technologies in regenerative medicine, there are
now treatments available that may enhance your
own body’s natural ability to heal.
Regenerative medicine is used for the
management of pain, sports injuries, to expedite
the healing from surgery, hair loss and even to
combat the signs of aging.
We know that choosing what type of
regenerative medicine therapy that works for you
may be confusing. For that reason, we have
created this unbiased booklet to help you make
that decision.
Our goal is to provide you with the information
needed when discussing Regenerative Medicine
options with your physician.
It is important to make an educated investment in
your health care. Live your life the way it was
meant to be lived.

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