Regenerative Joint Injections are designed to accelerate the healing response for musculoskeletal and orthopedic conditions, whether from sports injuries, car accidents, or daily overuse. They can support the natural cell signaling in the body to repair damaged tissues, such as tendon, ligament, cartilage, and muscle. Regenerative Joint Injections are commonly referred to as Orthobiologics. Orthobiologics is the practice of medicine that uses regenerative cell therapies to address joint pain. These therapies include Platelet-Poor Plasma, Platelet-Rich Plasma, Alpha-2-Macroglobulin (A2M), Placental-Derived Products, and Adipose or Bone Marrow Cell Therapies.
Orthobiologics stimulate a controlled inflammatory response that triggers the body’s own healing mechanisms. Using ultrasound guidance, these therapies create the proliferation of cells that provide the building blocks of connective tissue, which ultimately strengthens the integrity of joints. Treatments may increase your resident stem cell production, promote new blood vessel growth, restore connective tissue damage, and support wound healing. Conditions that may benefit include:
- low back pain
- rotator cuff tears
- plantar fasciitis
- strains and sprains