Regenerative Medicine and Sclerotherapy
Relieve chronic pain and diseases with regenerative medicine
Joint injections are a non-invasive alternative to surgery for chronic tendon or muscle injuries, or pain. For joint pain, including chronic arthritis, the injections help subdue and control painful inflammation and stiffness. All joint injections are performed by a licensed medical provider and have little to no downtime.
Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF)
PRF is the next generation of platelet concentrate therapies, which delivers substantially more growth factors and better results when compared to platelet rich plasma (PRP). Using plasma from your very own blood, this procedure stimulates new cell growth while also healing damaged tissues. The process extracts unmodified plasma and does not use any additives, making PRF a completely safe and natural healing therapy. A variety of muscles, tendons, and joints can be treated with PRF including, but not limited to, shoulders, elbows, wrists, sacroiliac (SI) joints, hips, knees, and ankles.
|PRF Joint Injections||$600 / joint|
What to Expect
The process begins with a simple blood draw. Once enough blood has been obtained, a special centrifuge is used to separate the concentrated PRF from the whole blood. When the c-PRF is ready, lidocaine is injected to numb the treatment area to minimize any pain and discomfort. During the PRF injection(s), a hand-held ultrasound is used to ensure accuracy. As a regenerative treatment, the actual treatment process is relatively safe and quick with little or no downtime. Once the injection(s) is completed, the provider will apply an FDA-approved LED Pain Away® Laser to the treatment area. The laser utilizes red LED wavelengths clinically proven to infiltrate superficial and semi-deep tissues, improving blood circulation and healing.
Regenerative medicine is focused on developing new treatments that can replace, repair or regenerate damaged, diseased or injured tissues and organs. Unlike traditional medicine which focuses on managing symptoms or slowing the progression of disease, regenerative medicine aims to restore normal function to the affected tissues and organs.
Mesenchymal (MSC) Exosomes
MSC Exosomes are derived from donated, purified, umbilical cord tissue stem cells. They contain proteins, DNA, and RNA that will react to, and stimulate regeneration of any tissue they are exposed to. Exosomes have been shown to have a range of therapeutic effects, including promoting tissue regeneration, reducing inflammation, and modulating immune responses.
|1cc Vial (15 billion)||$2000|
|2cc Vial (30 billion)||$3500|
What to Expect
All of our MSC Exosomes come only from umbilical cord tissue that has either been donated or sold, from the mothers of full-term, live births.
Exosomes therapy is performed on an outpatient basis, and the entire procedure usually takes less than 60 minutes. During the treatment, exosomes are injected or administered via IV infusion. The treatment is generally well-tolerated, with minimal side effects, although some patients may experience mild swelling, redness, or pain at the injection site. Depending on the specific condition being treated, the patient may need multiple treatments spaced several weeks apart to achieve optimal results.
Telangiectasias, more commonly known as spider veins, are small, thin blood vessels that appear close to the surface of the skin. They can occur anywhere on the body, but are most commonly found on the face and legs. With Sclerotherapy, the appearance of these veins can be significantly improved in as little as a single treatment.
Sclerotherapy involves the injection of a chemical solution directly into the affected veins, which causes the veins to collapse and eventually be reabsorbed by the body. The treatment is most successful on spider and small reticular veins < 3mm. In those cases, the veins should not reappear. Sclerotherapy is generally considered a safe and effective treatment and most patients see a significant improvement in the appearance of their veins after the procedure. However, it is important to note that sclerotherapy may not completely eliminate all veins, and some patients may require additional treatments to achieve optimal results.
|Spot Treatment||60-Minute Session|
What to Expect
Some minimal to moderate discomfort can be expected with the procedure. Sclerotherapy involves multiple injections with fine needles into the affected veins. The larger the vein, the more injections it requires. Swelling, bruising, and minimal bleeding should be expected after the treatment. Using compression garments after the treatment is highly recommended to increase circulation and support vein absorption. Results vary by the size and severity of the vein. Immediate results may be noticeable for smaller veins with larger ones taking several months and multiple treatments to see full resolution.