Non Surgical Regenerative Therapy
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To help repair sickness and injury, regenerative therapy uses biological material collected directly from the patient’s body. The therapy has changed the game in expediting healing, repairing tissue, and alleviating pain. Ortho Remedy regenerative treatments are non-surgical, minimally invasive solutions to reduce pain and get you back to doing what you love sooner and without surgery. There are several ways to start your relief and healing process if you struggle with pain or injury, such as the knee, hip, or shoulder discomfort. The standard course of therapy is generally surgery, pain medication, or a combination of the two. While pain pills and surgeries have their merits, there is another type of pain alleviation that many people do not consider: Regenerative Medicine.
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Regenerative Medicine Is A Non-Surgical Therapy
Regenerative medicine is a non-surgical therapy option that uses the body’s natural healing mechanism to restore damaged tissue, mend injuries more efficiently, and relieve pain. Regenerative medicine addresses the underlying cause of pain without the need for drugs or surgery, resulting in greater function and flexibility with a faster recovery period than surgical treatments. Our regenerative medicine specialists pioneered these safe and successful outpatient treatments for a range of joint, tendon, ligament, and spinal disorders.
Regenerative therapy is an alternative therapy option that has been shown to be effective not just by scientists and researchers but also by clinicians who use it for several ailments, including persistent pain from arthritis and osteoarthritis. Patients in pain may become overly reliant on standard drugs to alleviate their symptoms. However, any temporary alleviation does not result from addressing the source of the discomfort. On the other hand, Regenerative therapy will eventually aid begin the self-healing cycle in the wounded region of the body, with the final result being pain alleviation.
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Types Of Non-Surgical Regenerative Treatments
Stem cell therapy is a sort of regenerative medicine in which a specific type of cell is used to mend the damage. Back pain is treated with stem cell treatment, which helps rebuild tissues in the spinal discs. Stem cells are special cells in the body that have no specified function but can grow into another cell that does. Stem cells are generated from the patient’s own fat, blood, or bone marrow for regenerative medicine. They are then placed in a centrifuge so that the physician can detect and sort the cells to select the ones that will be used for the regenerative therapy treatment. The cells are then administered into the bodily component that requires healing. For example, to repair spinal discs, stem cells would be directly injected into the injured disc.
A PRP technique entails injecting the patient’s growth factors into a specific location, triggering a healing process that repairs any damage or tissue degeneration by boosting the creation of new cells and reconstructing new tissue in the injured area. PRP has been demonstrated to stimulate new cell development in ligaments and tendons while causing minor irritation. Multiple growths and healing factors in platelet-rich plasma have been demonstrated in clinical studies to boost and expedite the body’s healing process and tissue regeneration.
PRP has been utilised in clinical settings for almost two decades to aid with bone and soft tissue repair. At the wound area, growth factors initiate tissue healing and regeneration. They are derived from platelets and stimulate connective tissue healing, bone regeneration and repair, the formation of new blood vessels, and healing wounds. This therapy can reduce pain, improve functional capacity, and slow the course of arthritis.
Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate (BMAC) is a potential regenerative therapy that may aid in the treatment of moderate to severe osteoarthritis or ligament injuries. BMC, like Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) or autologous fat grafting (AFG), uses regenerative cells present in a patient’s own bone marrow to utilise the body’s inherent capacity to mend itself. The soft tissue present in the hollow inside of bones is known as bone marrow. Adult marrow includes an ample supply of new blood cells, especially regenerative cells. These cells can be collected from a patient’s pelvis and utilised for BMC injection treatment.
Obtaining and preparing these potent regenerative cells is a reasonably easy process. A thin needle is used to aspirate (suction) bone marrow from the back of a patient’s pelvis and collect stem cells. Because the patient is given a local anaesthetic, the operation causes relatively minor discomfort. The bone marrow is then centrifuged to segregate the regenerating cells and platelets from the other blood products. Consequently, the concentrate is 5-11 times higher in regenerative cells and growth factors, and it contains platelets, mesenchymal stem cells, and other stem cells utilised in adult stem cell treatment. This enriched bone marrow product is injected into the wounded location during stem cell treatment by injection.
The ankle jAdipose fat cells can be employed efficiently as part of a more comprehensive treatment strategy or adipose derived cell therapy for orthopaedic injuries in some circumstances to generate a fat graft that binds and maintains other systems in place, enabling them to recover appropriately. Adipose tissue that has been “minimally altered” (commonly referred to as micro fragmented fat) can be utilised as an adjunct or a standalone injectable substance for cushioning or support (obtained by mini-liposuction in the hip area).oint is created by the union of three bones: the tibia, fibula, and talus. Tendons are connective structures that link the lower leg muscles to the foot and ankle bones. These tendons assist in joint mobility by delivering muscle force to the bones. The Achilles tendon is the most crucial tendon for sprinting, walking, and leaping. The Achilles tendon links your calf muscles to your heel bone, allowing you to elevate your feet and stand on your toes. The posterior tibial tendon connects the lesser calf muscles to the underside of your foot, allowing you to shift your foot inward. The anterior tibial tendon extends from the shinbone to the top of the foot, allowing you to lift your foot higher.
The peroneal tendons are a pair of tendons that run side by side along the outside edge of the ankle bone. They are still connected at the fifth metatarsal and the base of the foot. These tendons that are stabilised safeguard the foot and ankle from injuries. When either of these tendons is ripped or punctured, you may have ankle tendon discomfort and will find it difficult to do tasks that need your body’s weight to be placed on your foot, such as walking.
Regenerative Therapy: A Perfect Alternate Treatment
Regenerative therapy is a game-changer in today’s world of medicine. Through our non-invasive and non-surgical techniques, we can provide you with an optimum solution.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Most frequent questions and answers
When compared to surgery, stem cell therapy and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) are deemed a lower risk, with faster recovery and fewer problems. Surgery may be the right approach in some acute or severe instances, but most individuals choose non-surgical therapy, notably if an injury may be improved or repaired without surgery.
Steroid injections are practical tools for relieving some types of pain and are generally reimbursed by insurance. On the other hand, Steroid injections only provide temporary pain relief and do not effectively solve your condition. The regenerative therapies are aimed at the site of your damage and use your tissue to regenerate. They are intended to address the underlying cause of your pain in addition to providing pain relief
These therapies do not produce immediate results. If you have an acute/persistent injury, you will notice improvement over many weeks. In the case of persistent injuries and pain, we track progress over months. We evaluate PRP 2 months following therapy. Over the course of 3-6 months, you should expect to see improvements after stem cell treatment. The number of treatments required to repair or manage your disease is determined by the severity and duration of your ailment. You will be told how many treatments you may expect to get to address your problem during your consultation with the doctor.
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Imagine the possibility where you don’t need pain medication or the need for a medical operation can be sustained or eliminated. There are now therapies available that may increase your body’s natural ability to repair thanks to modern regenerative medicine technology. If you want to learn more about it, please contact us right now.