Regenerative Medicine & Chiropractic Care located in Vernal, UT
Regenerative Medicine therapy is a type of advanced medicine used to treat a range of orthopedic issues. Whether you have lower back pain, chronic joint inflammation, or an acute injury, Ryan Nelson DC, PC and his team at Root Medical in Vernal, Utah can help. They provide comprehensive Regenerative Medicine therapy to help you heal and get lasting relief from pain without medication or surgery. See if Regenerative Medicine therapy is right for you by booking an evaluation online or over the phone today.
Regenerative Medicine Q & A
How does Regenerative Medicine work?
Your body is continuously breaking down tissues and cells and replacing them with new ones, especially when you’ve suffered an injury. But as you get older and experience additional wear-and-tear on your skeletal system, it becomes more difficult to fully heal.
Regenerative Medicine is a particularly powerful healing method dealing with cells because they are undifferentiated and can develop into a variety of different cell types. If they’re injected directly into a ligament, for instance, the cells immediately start regenerating and creating new ligament cells, healing and strengthening the surrounding tissues.
What conditions can Regenerative Medicine treat?
Because Regenerative Medicine injections truly work from the deeper layers of tissues to develop new cells, the affected area is sometimes even stronger than it was in the first place. This can be beneficial in treating:
Since Regenerative Medicine is minimally invasive, requiring just a few minor injections, and it isn’t known to cause side effects, you can feel confident that your treatment will be safe and effective.
Where do the cells from Regenerative Medicine come from?
Root Medical is one of the only practices approved to offer stem cell therapy solutions from Predictive Biotech®. These clinically designed injections include cells from human amniotic fluids, amniotic membranes, or Wharton’s jelly of the umbilical cord.
Predictive Biotech cells are extracted and processed in a clinical lab to preserve growth factors, cytokines, and other specialized cells known for improving healing and regenerating tissues.
When does Regenerative Medicine start working?
While your Regenerative Medicine injections immediately go to work regenerating new cells and tissues, the overall process takes time. It’s normal to experience some initial swelling or inflammation, especially if your injections are administered directly into a joint.
Once an initial inflammation subsides, you should start noticing an improvement in the treated area in as little as 2-3 weeks. Plus, since your body continues to create new tissues and promote healing, you should start feeling better with each passing day.
Dr. Nelson and the team at Root Medical tailor your therapy based on how quickly you heal and how well you’re progressing. While most men and women get relief after a single session, you might need a series of injections spaced several weeks or months apart to see optimal results.
Book a Regenerative Medicine consultation at Root Medical using the online scheduling system or by calling the clinic today.