You might be wondering how restorative medicine can regrow joints. Structural human tissues used in restorative medicine can be applied in the hip to supplement the patient’s own cushioning and barrier tissues, providing relief through a simple, non-surgical procedure. This can help prevent conditions like osteoarthritis, where the degeneration of joint cartilage means that bone rubs against bone, causing pain and discomfort.

Restorative medicine works to naturally heal our bodies, but sometimes we don’t don’t have enough in our body to do the job effectively. By injecting HCTPs into the affected joint, we boost the natural healing process, restoring joint function and reducing pain and inflammation.

If you are missing out on your Golden Years, you need to see our restorative medicine physician. At the Fraum Center for Restorative Health, we can determine if the newest innovations in restorative medicine are right for you. With Restorative Medicine, you can experience relief and healing naturally and non-surgically, getting you back to living the life you love!

Restorative medicine is a viable treatment option for the following:

Restorative Medicine FAQ

Alternative to Knee Replacement Surgery

Alternative to Hip Replacement Surgery

Alternative to Shoulder Surgery

Back and Neck Pain