Restorative Medicine for Back and Neck Pain

RESTORATIVE MEDICINE FOR BACK & NECK PAIN

DO YOU HAVE BACK OR NECK PAIN?

If back or neck pain is limiting your activity and has you considering surgery, there is another option. Structural human tissues used in restorative medicine can be applied to the affected area of the back or neck, so they can help rehydrate the intervertebral discs, rebuild the cushioning between vertebrae, and provide relief through a simple, non-surgical procedure.

THE ROLE OF INTERVERTEBRAL FIBROCARTILAGE IN THE SPINE

Intervertebral cartilage helps support the weight of the torso and protects vertebrae from painful friction. Osteoarthritis is just one of many chronic degenerative disorders that can affect the spine, causing slow but steady deterioration of the intervertebral discs. Back or neck injuries can also cause the beginning of spine degeneration.

AN ALTERNATIVE TO TRADITIONAL TREATMENTS

Traditional approaches to treating back or neck pain involve either masking the symptoms with pain relief medications or resorting to physical therapy or even surgery. However, these treatments often provide only temporary relief. Restorative medicine back and neck treatments supplement the patients’ own tissue with additional structural tissues, fight inflammation naturally, and provide an opportunity to naturally regenerate. This addresses not the symptoms but the root of the problem, making it an ideal alternative to to back surgery such as spinal fusion.

WHAT TO EXPECT

Restorative medicine therapy for neck pain or back pain involves a simple, non-surgical injection into the affected area. Dr. Heather Hinshelwood (Dr. H) administers the treatment in our office using Human Cellular Tissue Products (HCTPs). It typically takes about 30 minutes and you will leave our office with a band-aid covering the injection site.

RESTORATIVE MEDICINE BACK AND NECK THERAPY RESULTS

Many patients experience a significant reduction in back or neck pain within 48 hours due to the reduced inflammation. You should feel maximum results within 10 to 12 weeks, at which time you can increase your activity levels according to your comfort. However, the regenerative process can continue for much longer, and continued improvement as far as 6 months out is not unusual. Our patients usually see up to a 65% recovery within 12 weeks and up to 95% recovery within 6 months.

JOIN US FOR ONE OF OUR LIVE SESSIONS

If back or neck pain is limiting your enjoyment of life, or if you are suffering from knee pain or hip pain, you are invited to join us at one of our regular informative sessions on this innovative solution. Fill out the form or call now to find out when our next session is available.

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