Regenerative Injection Therapy
Utilizing leading edge technologies such as Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) for pain relief, and restoring muscle and joint integrity.
TRIGGER POINT INJECTION THERAPY – If you have chronic muscle tension from sitting at your computer all day or an old or recent injury, then utilizing trigger point injections will help you unwind stubborn muscles and get you back to feeling your best. If you have tried other therapies such as massage or chiropractic with minimal relief, then trigger point therapy could be beneficial and you will likely notice a 15-25% decrease in pain and muscle tension as well as increased strength and mobility.
PROLOTHERAPY/PRP – Provides a non-surgical treatment alternative for chronic pain and arthritis that is often caused from tendon, ligament, muscle strain or injury.
If you are suffering from wrist and hand related conditions such as carpal tunnel, arthritis, TFCC tear, hand injuries or chronic wrist pain, I have been able to help patients decrease their pain and regain mobility by using Prolotherapy.
Osteoarthritis, torn meniscus, weakness, tendinosis, knee injuries or other debilitating knee conditions are all conditions that patients often think the only options to becoming pain free are either surgery or cortisone injections that can melt your tissue and actually make the problem worse in the long run. Prolotherapy and PRP therapy and excellent non-surgical alternatives with an 80% success rate in giving patients back their quality of life.
Our shoulders are a joint which withstands a lot of strain and repetitive use and can easily be injured. Rotator cuff injuries, labral tears, laxity after a dislocation, osteoarthritis and other shoulder injuries have shown to benefit from Prolotherapy and PRP therapy and often no longer require invasive surgeries.
Prolotherapy and PRP Therapy can be helpful for hip pain, osteoarthritis, ligament and tendon laxity as well as labral tears and other degenerative hip conditions
Without Prolotherapy a sprained ankle rarely heals properly. This is likely due to the injury of the ligaments in the ankle. Prolotherapy helps to restore the laxity of the ligaments and helps proper healing. If you have recently sprained your ankle, you will also heal better if you don’t ice it or take ibuprofen or aspirin. They will delay or even stop the healing mechanism. Keep it moving after you know it’s not broken. Prolotherapy and PRP can also be beneficial in treatment Achilles tendinosis, ankle degenerative conditions such as arthritis and other foot and ankle conditions.
What Prolotherapy and PRP are good for:
- Ligamentous Laxity
- Joint Instability
- Acute joint injuries
- Chronic joint pain in active/conditioned people
- Chronic Headaches
- Knee Pain
- Sprained Ankles
- Meniscal Injuries
- Low Back Pain/Sciatica
- Sacroiliac Joint Pain (acute or chronic)
- Degenerative Joint Disease
- Rotator Cuff Injuries/Tears
- Labral Tears (shoulder/hip)
- Tennis/Golfer’s Elbow
- Frozen Shoulder