Regenerative Medicine

Integrative Pain

Pain Management & Sports Medicine Specialist located in Dallas, TX

Injuries that can’t heal on its own and won’t respond to conventional or even alternative therapies can cause chronic pain. Regenerative medicine is a groundbreaking treatment that combines several branches of science and engineering to help the body recover from chronic pain and injuries and generate newer, stronger tissues. Integrative Pain offers this cutting-edge, evidence-based therapy to athletes, chronic-pain sufferers, and other men and women in Dallas, Plano, and McKinney, Texas, areas. Call today or use the convenient online form to begin alleviating your pain with regenerative medicine and stem cell injections.

Regenerative Medicine Q & A

What is regenerative medicine?

Regenerative medicine is a groundbreaking combination therapy that draws on cutting-edge research from several branches of science and engineering:

• Biology

• Tissue engineering

• Tissue science

• Biochemistry

• Chemistry

• Physics

• Applied engineering

Regenerative medicine helps your body create newer, stronger tissues. You can dramatically improve your quality of life by resolving unhealed wounds; repairing damage to tendons, ligaments, skin, and bone; and possibly slowing down the aging process.

How does regenerative medicine work?

Regenerative medicine helps your body create new cells in damaged or traumatized areas. This process can heal wounds and repair injured tissues so that they no longer cause pain.

This medical approach doesn’t entail any anesthesia, wounds or trauma in the treatment area, nor any side effects or allergic reactions. Plus, it’s practically painless and allows you to recover quickly. It even strengthens, renews, and repairs your treated joints, ligaments, and tendons.

Why the Need for Stem Cells?

Avoid Surgery

Advanced option for intervention

Natural Holistic Solution

 

Integrative Pain Stem Cell procedures help heal injured tissue by greatly increasing your body’s own natural repair cells and promote healing.  Stem Cell Injection is tricking the body into thinking it has a new injury to start a new healing process.

 

 

What kinds of treatments are included in regenerative medicine?

Currently, regenerative medicine features three cutting-edge therapies for the following conditions:

Spine

Disc Disease (DDD, Annular tear, disc protrusion..not for extruded or sequestered disc)

Facet Arthritis

Ligament Strain

Fracture

Sacro-iliac Joint

 

Hip

Arthritis

Labral Tears

Tendinopathy

Bursitis

Osteonecrosis

Avascular Necrosis

Strains, Muscle, Ligament tears

 

Knee

Arthritis

Meniscus Tears

Knee Instability

ACL/MCL/LCL Strain/tear

Patellofemoral Syndrome/Chrondrmalacia

Pes Ansersine Bursitis

Baker’s Cyst

Patellar Tendonitis

Bicep Femoris Insertional Tendinopathy

Hamstring Tendinopathy

 

Shoulder

Rotator Cuff Tears

Arthritis

Labral Tears

AC Joint Separation

Recurrent Shoulder dislocations

Tendonitis

 

Elbow

Arthritis

Instability

Lateral Epicondylitis-Tennis Elbow

Medical Epicondylitis-Golfer’s Elbow

Bursitis

 

Wrist/Hand

Arthritis

Instability

TFCC Tear

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Trigger Finger

 

Foot/Ankle

Arthritis

Instability

Peroneal Tendon tear

Ligament Injury

Sub-talar arthritis

Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

Plantar Fasciitis

Bunions

 

What is stem-cell therapy?

Stem cells are “blank” cells that don’t have specialized functions. All cells start out as stem cells, but most morph into specific cells, such as heart, muscle, and skin cells.

Adults and children both have stem cells. Bone marrow and fat are rich sources of stem cells in adults. The experts at the Integrative Pain Institute use stem cells derived from your bone and purify them for transplanting them to an injured site.

Stem cells have anti-inflammatory properties that help your body heal. The stem cells incorporate themselves into damaged tissue, triggering the regeneration of new, healthy cells.  In addition to live stem cells bone marrow also contain bioactive proteins, cytokines, hyaluronic acid, and growth factors.  Combined when injected stem cells work through the following process:

Inflammation-> Proliferation-> Remodelling->Repair-> Restoration-> Regeneration

 

 

How do you perform stem-cell therapy?

If you select stem-cell therapy for treating your acute or chronic pain, the medical team at the Integrative Pain Institute tap into the hip bone and extract stem cells from the bone marrow.  They sterilize and process the specimen in a centrifuge to separate the stem cells, and then inject the processed stem cells into the area you want to repair.

What are the side effects of stem-cell therapy?

There are no side effects from stem-cell therapy other than slight pain or bruising at the injection sites. You can manage any side effects with ice and over-the-counter painkillers.  The procedure can be performed fully awake. 

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP)

This therapy uses purified platelets from your blood to stimulate wound healing and tissue repair. PRP is useful for patients undergoing surgery of any sort or bone grafting. The following conditions respond well to PRP:

 

Amniotic or Umbilical tissue therapy

This modality uses stem cells derived from a donated amniotic membranes or umbilical cords. You can reduce cartilage defects and other joint or musculoskeletal problems with amniotic tissue therapy.

Insurance doesn’t cover regenerative medicine, but the Integrative Pain Institute offers customized payment plans.

Start healing old wounds with regenerative medicine by contacting the Integrative Pain Institute via phone or with the online form.

 

If you want to use your stem cells to alleviate your pain and repair damaged tissues, you should contact Integrative Pain by calling or using the online form today.

 

We service patients from all over the DFW area including North Dallas, Addison, Carrollton, Plano, Garland, Irving, Allen, Richardson, and University Park, Highland Park, Frisco and McKinney. 

 

 

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