Regenerative Medicine is an innovative new specialty that helps the body repair or regrow damaged organs or tissue, activating the body’s own healing abilities to treat pain, injuries, and disease.
Healing Chronic Pain
Our regenerative medicine practices are cost-effective treatments that aren’t invasive for common chronic pain or “difficult to heal” injuries. Our process uses your own blood platelets and stem cells, harvested from you, to stimulate more complete healing of damaged tissues that haven’t healed post-injury.
By accelerating your innate healing capacity without subjecting you to side effects of prescription drugs and complications from more invasive surgeries, we help patients receive the healing they deserve.
Regenerative Medicine done well requires a complete treatment plan to rebuild your body and optimize long-term function.
At Stop Chasing Symptoms, not only do we specialize in regenerative medicine, but we also take a Functional Medicine approach to explore the deeper underlying factors inhibiting your body’s ability to heal.
Our doctors on staff are certified in both physical rehabilitation (or Sports Medicine) and Functional Medicine, coordinating your personalized care with our team of dedicated health care professionals familiar with cases just like yours.
After your Regenerative Medicine treatment, physical rehabilitation along with easy-to-follow lifestyle modifications will be prescribed to help you regain your strength, coordination, and vitality.
Who Do We Treat?
For children, adults and older adults the goal is to minimize pain and disability, regain better movement and function, and incorporate the correct nutritional and fitness maintenance program to enhance your quality of life.
Whether you are a competitive athlete with a recurring injury, a weekend warrior suffering a sudden injury, or just feeling the wear and tear from aging, our Regenerative Medicine approach can help.
What Conditions Do We Treat?
- Sports Injuries
- Tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, tendonosis and unhealed stress fractures
- Lax or loose joints
- Acute joint pain, sprains, or muscle strains
- Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Cranial or cervical vascular issues such as headaches
- Back and neck pain
- Neck pain
- Mid-back pain or concussion
- Chronic pain or general muscle aches
- Or even fatigue