No Incisions, no surgical procedures and no complications make PRP and regenerative medicine treatments the least invasive methods available.
No Down Time
Unlike orthopedic surgeries and other procedures, PRP and regenerative treatment allows you to return to any activity almost immediately.
Once you’ve completed your treatments, you’re free to go about your life! You won’t need any follow-up medication or tedious routines.
Where is your area of concern
Shoulders sustain a variety of injuries that are all too common, and can be challenging to treat do to the anatomy and mobility of the joint. The shoulder being largely avascular doesn’t get the necessary nutrients and protein to promote healing. This is where regenerative therapy comes in.
Shoulders sustain a variety of injuries that are all too common, and can be challenging to treat due to the anatomy and mobility of the joint. The shoulder, being largely avascular, doesn’t get the necessary nutrients and protein to promote healing. This is where regenerative therapy comes in.
Any damage to a tendon or cartilage can be painfully incapacitating. Tendon and cartilage injuries are common components holding you back from life’s activities. Though there are surgical interventions available, they can actually cause more damage and the results are not guaranteed. Regenerative therapy is a non-surgical approach to naturally healing your damaged tendons and cartilage.
Arthroplasty is a procedure done to improve your range of motion in joints while simultaneously relieving pain. Generally, arthroplasty involves an invasive surgery performed to clean up damaged cartilage, treat fused ankle bones, or create tendon grafts. Each of these procedures requires significant downtime for individuals and the outcomes are not always favorable. Here at CellMed, we offer an innovative way to treat ankle injuries with little recovery time via regenerative therapy. This therapy is a regenerative injection that boosts your body’s own ability to heal.
Back pain caused by herniated discs (slipped discs) is common, painful, and can keep you from doing the things you love. Herniated discs are especially difficult to manage because they are located within the vertebrae and lack an abundant blood supply needed for healing. The pain associated with this injury is caused when the jelly like substance between the vertebrae protrudes, putting pressure on the nerve which causes you pain. If you are tired of living with back pain and want to get back to doing what you love, CellMed can help.
Total hip replacements have become a common procedure for patients suffering from arthritis and painful injuries. Surgical intervention does not offer a guaranteed outcome, but generally comes with lengthy downtime and resonating pain. With modern regenerative medicine, you now have a non-invasive option that will allow you to walk in and walk out the same day.
Many people think they need surgery to alleviate their discomfort and pain after a diagnosis of tendinitis. Luckily there is another option. With regenerative medicine therapy, there is a less-invasive and much faster procedure available to aide in healing. The therapy involves using a liquid allograft applied to the inflamed tendon.
Are your knees buckling? Do they feel as if they could give out during your favorite activities? You may have a MCL injury. Medial cruciate ligament (MCL) tears are terribly painful and directly impact your range of motion. The MCL is one of the four major ligaments that support your knee. When injured or torn, your daily activity can be severely diminished. CellMed offers a solution: regenerative medicine therapy.
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