There are many non-surgical procedures that can be an excellent alternative to common back surgeries – avoiding surgical complications, post surgical pain and a long rehabilitation Harness the power of your body’s innate healing to repair and regenerate.
As part of a cell-based treatment, regenerative cells can be collected from bone marrow and blood with minimal discomfort. These cells can then be processed in a state of the art laboratory utilizing the latest technology. Finally, the regenerative cells, in combination with natural growth and healing factors, can be injected under image guidance where they are needed – such as a degenerated disc of vertebral joint. Over time, the cells can potentially repair and regenerate the damaged tissues, resulting in relief of pain and improvement in mobility and function.
Not all injuries or joint problems are the same and not all situations are alike. Your treatment program will be customized based on your function and your goals. Whether you are a professional athlete or simply looking to improve your daily quality of life, our years of experience and expertise in the field of pain medicine and regenerative medicine will be used to develop a personalized treatment program. We work closely with you to diagnose the source of your pain and develop a complete treatment plan that will optimize your function, improve your quality of life and help you return to the activities you want to do.
Did you know that you could use your own blood products to relieve your pain and repair your body?
With cutting edge orthobiologic treatment you can now actually promote healing and regrowth of degenerated body tissue such as joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments—it’s part of a broader, emerging and exciting area of medicine.
Minimally Invasive Lumbar Decompression (MILD®), also known as Percutaneous Image-Guided Lumbar Decompression (PILD) is an excellent and minimally invasive treatment for patients suffering from Spinal Stenosis symptoms, namely lower back pain with leg heaviness numbness and/or tingling with walking that improves with sitting.