What if you could utilize your body’s innate healing capabilities to resolve your chronic pain? Our regenerative medicine services make it possible. At Integrated Health Solutions, our team of medical and chiropractic experts works hand in hand to provide many non-surgical treatments for chronic pain. We understand your need for effective pain relief, so we take a patient-oriented approach to solve your pain from its root cause. Here’s how regenerative medicine supports a healthy, active lifestyle.
What is Regenerative Medicine?
Pain relief is rarely straightforward. Finding what is best for you can take time, which is why you should plan on visiting a medically integrated practice. If you are looking to avoid surgery, there are many alternatives worth considering. Those may include regenerative medicine, rejuvenating therapy sessions, growth factors, PRP, proteins HA, cytokines, and/or a process in which medicinal signaling cells are injected into injured or damaged areas to enhance the body’s natural ability to heal tissues. In patients who cannot rebuild as quickly as others, regenerative medicine essentially works more quickly to signal cells to stimulate your body’s natural healing response. Even after one treatment, many of our patients report experiencing a reduction in their pain.
Integrated Health Solutions is one of the best places in Chicagoland for regenerative medicine services due to our providers’ skill set being the best of the best. Lisa Kracinski FNP has taken post-grad hours in the delivery of joint injections and is accredited through AANP (American Association of Nurse Practitioners). We always use diagnostic ultrasound in the delivery for visualization and accurate placement of the regenerative treatment. In fact, a recent study stated that when diagnostic ultrasound is used it resulted in a 48% reduction in procedural pain, a 42% reduction in pain scores at outcome, 107% increase in the responder rate.
What is Regenerative Medicine Used to Treat?
Regenerative medicine is convenient for people who cannot undergo surgery, or for those who simply prefer non-surgical treatments for pain. Our nurse practitioner is experienced in this procedure and is happy to help you. This treatment is effective at healing injuries and painful conditions that occur all over the body. Whether you have joint problems like arthritis or a soft tissue injury, regenerative medicine injections can be applied to the following areas:
Since regenerative medicine utilizes your body’s natural healing process, it is a viable option that can treat pain almost anywhere. Regardless of the nature of your pain, regenerative medicine supports a healthier pain-free life. We have seen many patients improve with his method and are confident that it will work for you, too.
What to Expect
Once you’ve met our doctors at a consultation, we will plan an appointment for the procedure. Regenerative medicine is a minimally invasive procedure that involves regenerative injections. If you are sensitive to pain, just let us know. We can apply a topical numbing solution beforehand. The injection site may be slightly painful at first. However, most patients do not experience any significant discomfort.
Most patients experience a noticeable reduction in pain in a relatively short time. Usually, you can expect improvement within two months. Of course, everyone is different, so you may notice an improvement within a few weeks. Tissue regrowth can take longer or shorter depending on the severity of the injury. Additionally, since regenerative medicine is a non-surgical procedure, you can expect shorter downtime.
Call Us for a Consultation
If you have an injury or a painful condition such as arthritis, degenerative joint disease, and degenerative disc disease regenerative medicine might be the solution. Regenerative medicine unlocks your body’s powerful healing capabilities and eliminates your pain without surgery. If you would like to schedule a consultation with our chiropractors and medical professionals, call us today! We’ll discuss your unique health needs and deliver the compassionate care that you deserve.