Regenerative Therapy Specialist

Midwest Integrated Medical Center

Functional Medicine Specialists located in Hudson,River Falls, New Richmond, and Stillwater, WI

Chronic pain from arthritis, wear-and-tear, and injuries can limit your mobility and quality of life. With Regenerative Medicine at Midwest Integrated Medical Center in Hudson, Wisconsin, you can experience pain relief and improved mobility without the need for drugs, downtime, or surgery. The Midwest Integrated Medical Center team provides comprehensive integrated care for chronic pain, including regenerative medicine and personalized rehabilitation, to help you feel your best. Call or schedule a consultation online now to learn more.

Regenerative Therapy Q & A

 

What is Regenerative Medicine.?

Regenerative Medicine is a form of minimally invasive medicine that aims to restore and regenerate injured and inflamed tissues in your body. At Midwest Integrated Medical Center, an injection of regenerative cell products is used on your injured joint, muscle, tendon, or ligament to reduce inflammation and encourage the tissues in the area to heal so you can be pain-free and function more normally.

How does regenerative medicine work?

Regenerative cells are primitive cells that can become muscle, bone, cartilage, or ligament cells. They do this through the processes of differentiation and self-renewal. Through differentiation, when regenerative cells are injected into an injured area, they turn into muscle, bone, cartilage, and ligament cells based on which cells are needed to heal the area.

Regenerative cells also self-renew, meaning that they can make copies of themselves to produce enough new, healthy cells to repair your existing damaged cells. Through the processes of differentiation and self-renewal, regenerative cells also have an anti-inflammatory effect on the injured tissues.

Where can regenerative medicine be used?

At Midwest Integrated Medical Center, your doctor uses regenerative medicine for a wide array of joint and soft tissue injuries that cause pain and inflammation. Common areas to use regenerative medicine include:

  • Knee pain and swelling
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Shoulder pain and stiffness, including frozen shoulder and rotator cuff issues
  • Hip degeneration and pain
  • Elbow pain, including tennis elbow
  • Ankle pain
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Morton’s neuroma
  • Wrist, hand, and finger pain

Your doctor determines if you’re a candidate for regenerative cells based on your medical history, overall health, and symptoms. In some cases, regenerative cells may be beneficial if u’ve had a previous surgery or treatment that was unsuccessful.

What can I expect from regenerative medicine?

Your initial regenerative medicine session lasts approximately 15 minutes. Your doctor cleans your skin, carefully injects regenerative cells into the injured tissues, and bandages the injection site. You can return to your normal activities the same day without the need for anesthesia, antibiotics, or recovery time.

 

In most cases, you can expect to see improvements in your pain levels and mobility over the next 1-3 months. Some may even experience a reduction in their symptoms as soon as two weeks after treatment.

Based on how you heal after your first regenerative cell treatment, your doctor may recommend a seconreatd session after several months if your condition is complex.

Regenerative medicine can help relieve your chronic pain without the need for drugs or surgery. Call or use the online tool now to schedule a regenerative medicine consultation at Midwest Integrated Medical Center. 

 

 

 

 

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