Anyone who has experienced ongoing pain knows how debilitating it can be. Whether it is sharp and stabbing or dull and achy, a persistent, uncomfortable feeling can make it difficult, and in some cases, impossible, to walk, sit, stand, or sleep properly. In particular, back, joint, shoulder, and knee pain can impact the performance of daily functions and prevent men and women from being able to fully concentrate on the tasks at hand.
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Old injuries and chronic conditions can mean ongoing pain that is difficult to treat with over-the-counter medications or heat and ice packs. However, opioid use can be addictive and prove less effective as time goes by. More and more patients are finding relief from natural, safe, PRP therapy - a treatment that uses your body’s own natural healing mechanisms to help regenerate damaged tissues and relieve pain.
Spinal pain can be debilitating. According to the American Chiropractic Association, it is estimated that 80% of people will experience back pain during their lifetime. The resulting stiffness from back pain can restrict one’s ability to move. Persistent pain may radiate to other parts of the body, including the chest, arms, and legs. As a result, walking properly and maintaining good posture can be difficult. For some patients, it may seem impossible to find a comfortable position since sitting, standing, and even sleeping may prove painful.
The underlying theory behind PRP or platelet-rich plasma therapy treatments is derived from the body naturally healing itself. The body’s first line of defense when injured is to send platelets to the tissue or target area. Platelets promote healing which is exactly what PRP therapy injections can do.
Regenerative treatments like platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy are rising in popularity. They are not only helping people who are suffering from hair loss but are also providing relief to individuals who are living with constant joint pain. An extremely common condition, joint pain can be debilitating for both men and women.
A new revolutionary development in pain treatment is showing incredible promise for superseding traditional remedies such as surgery and steroid injections. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy uses your own blood platelets to alleviate pain in soft tissue injuries involving your joints, including tendonitis, rotator cuff tears, or even Achilles tendon ruptures. PRP injections are also effective at reducing pain caused by osteoarthritis of the spine.
Inflammation of the Tendon and Bursa Often Associated with Overuse - Tendinitis is inflammation of tissues connecting muscle to bone; Bursitis is inflammation of bursae sacks acting as cushions between joints.
Tendinitis & Bursitis Facts & Information - These conditions are inflammation of the soft tissue around muscles and bones. Treatment often includes RICE (rest, ice, compression, and elevation). Signs which require immediate treatment would include a rapid progression of pain, redness, and swelling, or the inability to move the joint or extremity.
A Frequent Source of Lower Back and Leg Pain - One of the most prevalent causes of low back pain occurs with injuries to the sacroiliac (SI) joint and ligaments. Young and middle-aged women are most susceptible to this condition, which can make sitting and standing difficult and painful tasks. If you are experiencing the painful symptoms of SI joint dysfunction, we can help you find relief with accurate diagnostic techniques and effective non-surgical therapy.
Treatment for Shoulder Pain - If you are experiencing shoulder pain or stiffness, the most likely culprit is the rotator cuff. This is the most common cause of shoulder injuries for adults. While many aches and pains are more common for athletes, rotator cuff injuries are known for impacting people from all walks of life. You never realize just how much you use your shoulders on a day-to-day basis until one of them starts hurting. Rotator cuff syndrome can seriously impact your life and possibly prevent you from doing your job. Take the time to get it fixed now before it gets worse.
When it comes to managing musculoskeletal issues, the mission is twofold. First, you need to address the pain and discomfort to restore your quality of life. Second, you want to heal the damaged tissue so you don’t run into more problems down the road. Fortunately, we have the right combination of treatments that handles both problems: interventional pain management and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy.
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