Pain can stop you in your tracks and interrupt your productivity. If you’re struggling to bounce back because of an injury, illness, or post-surgery, turn to the dedicated team at Daly Integrated Medical Group in Titusville, Florida, for regenerative medicine therapies that don’t require surgery or downtime. Call to learn more.
What is regenerative medicine?
Regenerative medicine is a holistic approach to health and healing that the team at Daly Integrated Medical Group uses to help you manage pain and heal from injuries. Its main purpose is to trigger your body’s natural healing capabilities. To that end, regenerative medicine therapy’s primary role is to replace and regenerate damaged cells, organs, and tissues.
Among regenerative medicine’s many benefits are its ability to:
- Decrease recovery time
- Prevent future injury
- Enhance functionality
- Reduce pain
- Speed healing
In addition, your provider offers regenerative medicine therapies on an outpatient basis, so there’s no surgery or incisions involved.
What conditions does regenerative medicine treat?
Regenerative medicine is a powerful solution for a number of joint, spine, and chronic pain conditions, such as:
- Disc degeneration
- Frozen shoulder
- Meniscus and ACL tears
- Plantar fasciitis
- Tennis elbow
- Peripheral neuropathy
Talk to the team at Daly Integrated Medical Group about your specific condition to see if it responds well to regenerative medicine.
Who is eligible for regenerative medicine therapy?
Your provider works closely with you to determine if regenerative medicine therapy is right for you. You’re a great candidate if you:
- Don’t want to have surgery
- Haven’t responded to physical therapy
- Want to get off of medications
- Have limited mobility
- Aren’t getting relief from hot or cold therapy
Regenerative medicine therapy is not a good option for you if you have leukemia, a skin infection, a blood disease, or are on blood thinners.
What is PRP?
PRP, or platelet-rich plasma therapy, is the main form of regenerative medicine at Daly Integrated Medical Group. Your blood is loaded with growth factors that are especially effective for healing joint, bone, and tissue damage.
To access those growth factors, your provider extracts some blood from you, separates the platelets, and gently injects the PRP formulation back into your body, but at the site of your injury or pain. PRP calls on your body to do what it’s designed to do: heal itself.
To talk with your provider about the power and benefits of regenerative medicine, call now.