Discover a nonsurgical way to alleviate pain and start living happier
As we age, our joints will weaken and experience wear and tear, but did you know that, with the optimal environment, your body can heal itself? Regenerative medicine, like the kind we practice here at West Coast RegenMed in Holland, encourages your body’s innate healing abilities by stimulating the restorative properties needed for tissue repair. This includes PP injections and other innovative joint pain treatment. If you’ve been looking for arthritis knee treatment or pain relief from other musculoskeletal issues, contact us today.
Benefits of regenerative joint tissue injections:
A non-surgical way to facilitate healing
Provides additional cushioning between joints
Increase in range of motion
Helps prevent further degeneration
Overall better quality of life
What is Regenerative Injection Therapy?
Regenerative injection therapy (RIT) is a joint pain treatment designed to alleviate chronic pain caused by aging or unhealed injuries. There are a variety of types of RIT, and it is useful in treating repetitive stress injuries that never had the chance to heal properly. These injuries include ACL injuries, golfer’s elbow, rotator cuff injuries, osteoarthritis, and more.
Injection therapy helps repair your tendons and ligaments, strengthening the joint and encouraging new, healthy tissue to form. Unlike steroids that only treat the pain of inflammation, RIT treats the source of the pain and supports your body’s natural ability to heal. During the process, your body clears the damaged tissue and replaces it with new, healthy tissue.
RIT is one of the few nonsurgical joint pain treatments that does not simply manage the pain, but repairs the damage causing that pain. Here at West Cost RegenMed, our goal is to slow and repair degenerating joints. Regenerative injection therapy can help patients avoid the need for surgery. If you believe that RIT therapy is right for you or would like more information about our Holland clinic, call us today for a Free Consultation at (616) 294-3211 or fill out the form below.