Regenerative Medicine Explained
Regenerative medicine seeks to replace and heal tissue that has been damaged by disease or trauma, instead of simply treating the symptoms. The services we provide using regenerative medicine are minimally invasive and are often used as an alternative to surgical intervention.
Regenerative medicine can amplify our natural healing process in the places it is needed most. Regenerative medicine is a relatively new field that brings together experts in biology, chemistry, computer science, engineering, genetics, medicine, robotics, and other fields to find solutions to some of the most challenging medical problems.
When injured, our bodies have a natural response to heal. Regenerative medicine seeks to harness the power of the body to heal and then accelerate it in a clinically relevant way to restore damaged tissues.
Conditions We Treat With Regenerative Medicine
Acute and Chronic Lower Extremity Wounds
Ligament and Tendon Sprains of the Foot and Ankle
Degenerative Tissue Disorders
Soft Tissue Injuries
Plantar Fasciitis and Heel Pain
Arthritis of the Foot & Ankle
Other Inflammatory Conditions
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Regenerative medicine is often used as a buzzword and is certainly not an appropriate treatment for all patients. Our physician needs to assess your symptoms, past treatments you have received, and any other treatment options available. Only then can our physician make a determination on whether or not you would benefit long-term from these types of treatments.