Enhanced Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy (ultrasound guided)
PRP is an injectable product that is autologous or derived from the patient’s body. It is retrieved through a simple blood draw which is processed using a minimally-manipulated procedure to stay within FDA guidelines. The final product, after processing with an FDA-cleared kit, is full of growth factors. Growth factors stimulate the rejuvenation process by recruiting stem cells, enhancing blood flow, and in stimulating the healing process. Our enhanced procedure is the culmination of thousands of hours of research to find the most advanced approach on the market. The research has shown to decrease joint pain, improve range of motion, and delay the progression of osteoarthritis. Click here to learn more about PRP Therapy.
Therapeutic ultrasound is a FDA-cleared medical device that is used in musculoskeletal tissue rehabilitation. In particular, it is used to enhance circulation, reduce pain, disrupt scar tissue, and reduce inflammation and swelling. There is early research suggesting that ultrasound may help to “home” stem cells to the target site of injury or the structure in need of repair.
Prolotherapy (ultrasound guided)
Prolotherapy is an injection therapy for musculoskeletal and joint pain. The injectate is dextrose-based, which is a natural sugar, and can be inflammatory or non-inflammatory based on the concentration. Inflammatory based injections are designed to invoke the innate healing mechanism to repair an injury. The non-inflammatory injections are designed to cause growth factor release to stimulate tissue regrowth. All injections are completed utilizing ultrasound guidance to assure patient safety and precision injections.
Low-Level Laser Therapy (cold laser)
Low-level laser therapy is commonly referred to as cold laser or photobiomodulation therapy. It is non-invasive and painless and has been shown to improve inflammation, pain, and tissue repair in skin, muscle, tendon, bone, and nerves. It does this by stimulating stem cell proliferation, ATP (energy) generation in the mitochondria, and reduces oxidative damage.
Low-dose naltrexone is a pharmaceutical agent used at a fraction of the standard dose for inflammatory and pain conditions. This is an off-label use of an FDA-approved drug for alcoholism and opiate abuse. At a microdose, research has shown it positively impacts fatigue, fibromyalgia, autoimmune conditions, inflammatory bowel disease, pain conditions, and neurodegenerative conditions such as multiple sclerosis. The research continues to elucidate the mechanisms and applications of this valuable therapy while reaffirming it’s low side effect profile. Click here to learn more about our LDN Therapy services.
Acupuncture is a time-honored healing practice of traditional Asian medicine in which thin sterile needles are placed at specific points in the body. In modern, research acupuncture has shown to significantly improve pain syndromes, circulation, stress levels, and induce a state of relaxation and well-being. Evidence suggests acupuncture stimulates stem cell migration to the place of injury or chronic “wear and tear”. There are minimal side effects associated with acupuncture and no downtime allowing you to return back to your normal routine. Click here to learn more about our Acupuncture therapy services.
Emsculpt is a noninvasive FDA-cleared device for the purpose of adipose tissue reduction and muscle building using high intensity focused electro-magnetic (HIFEM) technology. We use this technology to build muscle strength and improve posture around joints to reduce pain. Click here to learn more about our Emsculpt treatments
HBOT is an FDA-cleared device using pressure to force more oxygen into the body than can normally be brought in through breathing room air or a 100% pure oxygen mask. This free dissolved oxygen permeates the bloodstream and tissues providing nature’s most important nutrient for rejuvenation and healthy tissue function. Oxygen helps to heal tissue by stimulating stem cells, improving circulation, forming new blood vessels, and reducing inflammation. It is particularly important in hypoxic (low oxygen) and ischemic (poor blood flow) conditions such as fibromyalgia, muscle pain from tightness, injury or contracture, and for the repair and recovery of sprains, tears, and fractures. Learn more about our state of the art Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) services HERE.