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Stem Cell Therapy for Degenerative Joint and Disc Disease

Posted by on Jan 17, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

Neck and Back pain by themselves are bad enough, but what if the pain is accompanied by numbness or weakness that radiates from the neck or back and out toward the arms, or down to the buttocks, thighs, and legs? These additional and discomforting sensations can be categorized as coming from nerve root irritation (also called sciatic pain when in the leg). They are frequently a result of degenerative disc disease, but other causes exist including nerve root irritation without degenerative changes, mechanical problems, and ligamentous strain...

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Reversing the Symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy

Posted by on Jan 11, 2017 in Blog | Comments Off on Reversing the Symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy

It is estimated that roughly 42 million Americans live with some form of peripheral neuropathy. Peripheral neuropathy is one of the most common nerve disorders in the United States and the number of those affected continue to grow year by year. This astronomical number may sound too large to be true, but it might be more believable if you consider this small fact: half of those affected don’t even know they have peripheral neuropathy. The condition progresses in stages, sometimes with symptoms being so mild that they are hardly recognized;...

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5 Tips to Improve Pain by Correcting Your Daily Posture

Posted by on Jan 3, 2017 in Blog | Comments Off on 5 Tips to Improve Pain by Correcting Your Daily Posture

When we were younger, many of us remember being reprimanded by our parents for slouching our shoulders as we sat or walked. We were often told to sit or stand up straight to improve our posture so we wouldn’t “wreck” our back or neck. The importance of proper posture is often downplayed, but having improper posture can have a significant impact on spinal health, which can lead to neck or back pain. How Posture Influences Back and Neck Pain At the top of the spine sits the neck and head. The neck is vulnerable to the damaging effects of poor...

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Taking the Proper Steps After Stem Cell Therapy

Posted by on Dec 27, 2016 in Blog | Comments Off on Taking the Proper Steps After Stem Cell Therapy

Considering Stem Cell Therapy for your neuropathy, degenerative arthritis, or a musculoskeletal condition (such as back or neck pain) can be a big step. But before you step into treatment, you probably want to know what happens after the procedure. Planning to do Stem Cell Therapy means that you have to be ready for aftercare – such as what precautions you should take, and if there are any steps you to need perform to ensure the best possible outcome. Here’s a guide and our personal recommendations for taking the proper steps after Stem...

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When is the Best Time for a Stem Cell Treatment?

Posted by on Dec 20, 2016 in Blog | Comments Off on When is the Best Time for a Stem Cell Treatment?

Whether a patient has neuropathy, degenerative arthritis or a musculoskeletal condition, such as back pain, we can help with Stem Cell Therapy Treatment. But a question that may arise is, when is the best time to start treatment? Plenty of factors may influence the best time to start treatment. Generally, we advise that the best time for Stem Cell Therapy is when you need it least and when you’re ready to take care of yourself. What we mean to say is that prevention is worth more than a cure and that you should be ready to maintain an overall...

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The Advantages of Regenerative Medicine over Musculoskeletal Surgery

Posted by on Dec 13, 2016 in Blog | Comments Off on The Advantages of Regenerative Medicine over Musculoskeletal Surgery

Regenerative medicine is a growing field within the pain management community. It is the biological process of replacing, repairing and regenerating human cells and tissues to restore proper function and relieve pain symptoms. We offer a variety of regenerative medicine treatments for musculoskeletal and peripheral vascular disorders. Often, these treatments are a viable alternative to surgery. Our patients have seen success with our regenerative therapies, and they have noted its many advantages over invasive surgical...

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Treating Peripheral Neuropathy

Posted by on Dec 6, 2016 in Blog | Comments Off on Treating Peripheral Neuropathy

Those with peripheral neuropathy battle the condition day-in and day-out. Peripheral neuropathy is the most common type of neuropathy. Symptoms include numbness, tingling, prickling, tightness, pain, and cold or burning sensations in the extremities (hands, arms, legs or feet). The condition may also cause muscle weakness and lead to undetected infections, sores or wounds. But those living with peripheral neuropathy may find relief with one of our treatment programs. Often times, patients are prescribed pain medication to relieve their...

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