Regenerative Joint Injections
Are you tired of living with joint pain and limited mobility? Have you tried countless treatments without finding relief? It’s time to consider regenerative joint injections, a cutting-edge therapy that uses your body’s own healing power to restore joint function and reduce pain.
At our clinic, we offer several types of regenerative joint injections, including Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP), Prolotherapy, and Viscosupplementation (Durolane, SportVis and Cingal). These treatments are minimally invasive and can provide long-lasting results for patients with joint, muscle and ligament pain and osteoarthritis.
PRP injections involve drawing a small amount of your own blood, processing it to concentrate the platelets and growth factors, and then injecting it directly into the affected joint. This concentration of healing factors helps to reduce inflammation and promote tissue repair, resulting in improved structure function and pain reduction.
Prolotherapy, also known as regenerative injection therapy, involves injecting a solution of dextrose and other substances into the affected joint or tissue. This solution triggers a mild inflammatory response, which in turn stimulates the body’s natural healing process and encourages tissue growth and repair.
Durolane injections involve injecting a gel-like substance directly into the joint to provide additional lubrication and cushioning. This can reduce pain and improve joint function, particularly for those with osteoarthritis. Additionally, viscosupplements can be used around ligaments and tendons to help heal and repair strains and tears.
Overall, regenerative joint injections offer a safe and effective alternative to more invasive procedures like surgery. Our trained healthcare providers will work with you to determine which treatment is best suited for your individual needs and goals after a comprehensive assessment including ultrasound imaging.
Don’t let joint pain hold you back any longer. Contact our clinic today to learn more about regenerative joint injections and schedule a consultation with one of our experienced providers.
Dr. Jess Hobson, ND