Regenerative therapy is a form of therapy that rebuilds damaged tissues to improve pain and other symptoms. Solutions Integrated Medicine is proud to offer regenerative therapy to patients in Elizabethton, Tennessee and the tri-cities. To get started with regenerative therapy, please call or book an appointment online today.
Regenerative therapy is a revolutionary treatment option that enhances your body’s ability to heal injuries on its own. At Solutions Integrated Medicine, the providers utilize amniotic allografts, which is a specific type of regenerative therapy that uses amniotic tissue to help patients’ injuries heal. The goal of this treatment is to support natural healing to relieve pain and other symptoms.
Amniotic tissue contains stem cells, which are special cells that can become any type of tissue in your body. It also contains collagen, which is a type of connective tissue that is also found naturally in your body. When amniotic tissue is injected into an injured part of the body, both the collagen and the stem cells help with the healing process by building new tissue.
Many different patients can benefit from regenerative therapy. This treatment option may be appropriate for you if you have unexplained chronic pain, chronic conditions that cause tissue damage, or injuries in almost any part of your body.
Although regenerative therapy is appropriate for many patients, it may not be the best choice for everyone. To find out if this treatment is right for you, talk to the providers about your options.
Amniotic allografts can be used safely with the other treatments available from Solutions Integrated Medicine. Before you begin treatment, the providers will examine you carefully to determine which treatments will be best for you. They will also recommend a schedule that will allow you to receive all of these treatments safely.
When foreign tissue is injected into a patient’s body, there’s always a chance of rejection, which can cause an adverse reaction. However, rejections are rare with amniotic tissue because stem cells don’t contain the same biological markers as mature cells. They will explain these issues in detail before your treatment so you can make the right decision.