Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative medicine is a healthcare discipline that seeks to augment the body’s natural processes of healing damaged tissue. The goal of this medical field is to stimulate self-healing of tissue that has lost its quality through disease, trauma, congenital variations, or aging.

Chiropractic Therapy

Regaining adequate motor functionality and alleviating pain through spinal adjustments. The goal is to stimulate physiologic adjustments that are ultimately beneficial in terms of pain relief, posture, well-being, and overall quality of life.

Massage Therapy

The various techniques of massage therapy can not only reduce tense muscle tissue but also improve circulatory function, alleviate joint pain, improve mobility, and stimulate the lymphatic system.

Regenerative PRP Therapy

Through PRP injections, patients can undergo autologous procedures to stimulate the healing properties of platelets. This treatment takes advantage of advances in serology and the nexus between plasma and cellular regeneration.


Medical conditions can be treated and certain ailments can be cured, but many patients require specific care in order to fully recover. Through various therapies, patients can get closer to regaining quality of life after illness or injury.

Frequently Asked Questions

I'm Already Under Treatment for Sickness or Injury. How Can You Help?

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is based on a holistic approach to healing, and it is compatible with other healthcare disciplines such as conventional Western medicine. With regenerative medical treatments, there is an underlying principle that considers the ability of the human body, particularly the musculoskeletal system, to heal itself; since this principle is observed by just about all medical disciplines, it makes perfect sense to combine PRP therapy with other treatments.

Is PRP Therapy Really Effective?

The clinical use of PRP therapies is currently focused on treating osteoarthritis and other musculoskeletal conditions. In essence, PRP therapy stimulates the regrowth of various tissues, including connective, muscle, and epithelial. Stimulation of platelets by proteins is what triggers their healing properties that can be more efficient that regular plasma in terms of managing vasoconstriction, reducing inflammation, and helping with the regeneration of tissue.

Are There Risks Associated With PRP Therapy?

As with all other medical procedures, there are risks related to the application of PRP treatments, but they are not significant at all; in fact, they can be safely described as being minimal. Using your own plasma for tissue regeneration is an autologous procedure, which means that you do not have to worry about allergic reactions or side effects. You may feel slight topical discomfort when the PRP formula is injected, and there could be a little bruising, but most patients do not have any complaints. As for the risk of infection, it can be prevented with hygiene measures that are always practiced. Any risks or concerns you may have will be discussed with the healthcare professionals in charge of the treatment.

What to Expect From Your Visit

Similar to other medical procedures, your initial consultation will consist of subjective and objective assessments. You can expect to complete paperwork asking for personal information and known medical history. The goal is to establish the most accurate diagnosis possible before formulating a treatment plan.

During the initial consultation, a physician will conduct an examination to determine if PRP therapy would be adequate and if you are a good candidate for treatment. You can expect a thorough examination of your spine, extremities, and joints. Depending on the examination, laboratory testing or imaging may be ordered and evaluated before the treatment begins.

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