Regenerative medicine is an innovative new treatment that offers impressive results when used as part of a pain management program. Athanasios Manole, MD, and the skilled providers at Modern Pain & Spine in Albuquerque, New Mexico, use regenerative therapies combined with other treatment options to relieve pain, rebuild damaged structures, and restore mobility and function. Regenerative medicine can provide significant pain relief and decrease your need for pain medications and other treatments. If you live in or around Albuquerque, Rio Rancho, or Santa Fe, New Mexico, call the office to schedule an appointment or book online today.
Regenerative medicine is a cutting-edge medical practice that harnesses your body’s innate healing ability. Some types of regenerative medicine use your own cells to enhance tissue repair, while other treatments introduce certain elements that stimulate your natural healing response.
The experts at Modern Pain & Spine use regenerative medicine to address a wide variety of acute and chronic conditions, including:
Regenerative medicine isn’t just for pain conditions; patients who suffer from a wide range of conditions can benefit from regenerative therapies.
The following regenerative medicine treatments are available at Modern Pain & Spine:
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy uses isolated platelets and other growth factors from your own blood to enhance healing. PRP therapy is a simple process: First, your provider draws a small amount of your blood and then spins it in a centrifuge to separate the platelets from other blood components.
Your doctor then injects the PRP serum into the site of your injury. For example, if you have a torn muscle in your shoulder, your doctor injects PRP into the muscle tissue. Over time, PRP regenerates the tissue to heal the muscle tear.
This advanced regenerative procedure uses mesenchymal stem cells collected from either bone marrow or fatty tissue. These undifferentiated cells are activated during the healing process to transform into muscle, bone, cartilage, and other types of tissue, thereby rebuilding damaged structures.
Like PRP therapy, stem cells are first processed in a centrifuge and then reinjected into the site of injury for intensive cellular regeneration.
To learn more about these revolutionary treatment options, call Modern Pain & Spine, or request an appointment online today.