Regenerative Therapy may include PRP or stem cell injections or both. Our professionals will examine your case and present you with the best option to provide healing for your injuries or pain. See additional information below:
Learn About PRP
Learn About Stem Cell
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PRP (platelet-rich-plasma) is a non-surgical procedure, that helps to treat underlying issues around pain. The process involves an injection in-and-around the injured tissue, which helps to accelerate healing and recovery around acute and chronic pains from conditions. During these treatments we take a patient’s blood then spin it in a centrifuge. Gold liquid surfaces to the top, which is platelet-rich plasma (PRP). This contains about 8-times the absorption of regular platelet levels.
PRP has multiple (and different) growth factors, along with added cytokines that stimulate the recovery process around soft tissues like tendons, ligament, and muscles. This concentrated PRP is injected into the patient’s injured or damaged area, where it stimulates a person’s body to heal itself.
The therapy has proven to be effective and safe in treating injuries and conditions like:
- Knee arthritis (Osteoarthritis)
- Meniscus tears, patellar tendonitis, and cartilage defects in the knees
- Partial shoulder tears and rotator cuff tendinitis
- Hip girdle muscle issues, hamstring tendonitis
- Lower back pain, neck pain, sacroiliac joint pain, facet joint arthritis
- Lateral and medial epicondylitis in the elbows (tennis and golfer’s elbow)
- Ligament sprains in the hands and wrist and carpal tunnel syndrome
- Achilles tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, and sprains in the ankles and feet
Why use PRP injections?
Platelet injections are another treatment option to avoid surgery. Candidates for this type of procedure are ones who prefer a less invasive alternative to surgery, or someone who is simply unable to undergo an operation. It helps speed up the healing process and is far less painful than surgery.
Are these injections SAFE?
Yes, these injections are safe! As patients use their own blood components during the platelet injections process, no foreign substances are being injected into the body; therefore, they are considered to be quite safe.
Is PRP is right for you? Here are some things to consider:
- You have strains, tears, or sprains of muscles, tendons, or ligaments (acute conditions)
- You have pain that’s lasted for a minimum of three months (chronic conditions)
- Examination results and symptoms are consistent with your diagnosis
- Your pain persists, despite standard non-surgical procedures
- You want to avoid or delay surgery
While PRP is not covered by health insurance, the good news is that the procedure is somewhat cost-effective, and Orange Wellness does provide flexible financing options.
Known as the body’s “miracle workers”, stem cells can transform into various cell types, and this depends on what the body instructs them to do. They can also consume and replace scar tissue; they can battle inflammation, and kill infection. Additionally, they can replace tissue that has been damaged. In fact, some evidence indicates that they can repair damaged tissue for up to one year.
Everyone has stem cells within their body. As people age, fewer remain. Babies have approximately one stem cell in every 10,000, while adults only have one in every 400,000. Stem cell effectiveness also decreases as we get older.
At Orange Wellness, we use stem cells from umbilical cords selected from mothers who have had normal births, and they undergo a special screening. Large numbers are injected to allow our patients to heal at a phenomenal rate. Our stem cell treatment works hand-in-hand with cytokines, (which “tells” the stem cells what to do), as well as growth factors. These have all the ingredients (amino acids, collagen, electrolytes, enzymes, and carbohydrates) needed for optimal regeneration.
The combination is completely all-natural and pure, with zero engineered or synthetic materials involved. The stem cells used are screened and administered following FDA standards. They are also certified via the American Tissue Bank and the American Blood Bank.
Stem cell therapy is not yet covered by health insurance; however, it is less expensive than what some people may think. Orange Wellness also offers flexible financing options.Get Started