Regenerative Health Group prides ourselves on our one to one patient planning and procedures. We work with you to find out exactly what the cause of your pain is and we treat it. Treating the cause and not the symptoms, we are able to get you back on your feet pain free in a matter of no time. Below is list of the variety of pain management services we offer.
Regenerative injection Therapy
Axobiofluid is a cryopreserved liquid tissue graft (allograft) derived from components of donated amnion to advance soft tissue repair, replacement, and reconstruction. The fluid is composed of stem cells (amniotic mesenchymal stromal cells) full of molecules (growth factors) essential for growth and development. We are able to tap into this biologics innate ability to promote regeneration and repair of damaged or degenerated tissue. We are able to treat: degenerative disorders, pain, inflammatory conditions, and soft tissue injuries such as ligamentous, tendons, muscles, and meniscus sprains and tears.
PRP Regenerative Injection
We are able harness the body’s natural immune components to provide optimal environmental factors to facilitate healing. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) can be isolated from a sample of blood. PRP is composed of components of blood (platelets, growth factors, and other components such as white blood cells). The role of these components help optimize your body’s environmental conditions to stimulate and facilitate soft tissue and bone healing. PRP is packed with factors which are essential in blood vessels growth (angiogenesis), tissue regeneration, and to establish relief and repair.
Prolotherapy Regenerative Injection
Prolotherapy is a non-surgical regenerative injection procedure that is used to stimulate the body’s natural (innate) immune response in an acute, chronic, or difficult to resolved joint pain and connective tissue injuries. The injection stimulates growth of tissues (fibroblastic activity) aiding in the repair or regenerative process to induce healing in areas of soft tissue damage.
Shiki Budo Seiho is a Martial Arts Healing system using a system of healing techniques that has been passed down to Dr. Vance Inouye and taught to his mentees. This therapy is used to address areas of pain, irritation, and inflammation by focusing on the connective tissues (myofascial layers) of the body. Using this method of tissue therapy we stimulate the movement of energy (Qi), the removal of pain, and address functional pathology.
Myofascial Stretching (MFR) is a manual technique used to treat tissue layers (fascia). This technique improves health and quality of life by treating skeletal muscle tightness (hypertonicity) by relaxing contracted muscles, improve blood and lymphatic circulation. Fascia are the layers of tissue surrounding our bodies entirely, similar to a silk suit, within these layers are nerves, muscles, blood vessels, and connective tissues. The complexity of this structure contribute to pain (functional pathologies).
Every organ of the body runs at different frequencies, this device harness the technology to tap into the specific frequencies to promote healing, pain reduction, or pain elimination.
Electrical Stimulation impulses interrupt pain signaling by blocking pain receptors. This Therapy has been used by pro-athletes and Physicians for years in pain management to reduce pain and stress on the body during the healing process.
Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) originated in ancient times as early as 100 B.C. and has been used by practitioners by treating the mind, body, and spirit. TCM is used by accounting for the individual’s overall health picture (constitution). This therapy has been used to address total body health using sterile needles and has been traditionally done in addition to acupuncture with herbal supplements to support the body and address the disease process.
Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) is a method of acupuncture rooted in TCM and developed by Dr. Chan Gunn used to treat pain. IMS focuses on specific muscular anatomy to induce change at the level of the cells of the body (polarity change at the site of injury) to facilitate healing, this therapy blends TCM with western medicine understanding of the nervous system and our body structure works (neurophysiology and anatomy).
Trigger Points Injection Therapy
Trigger points are areas hyper-irritable muscle spasms and inflammation in the layers of body tissue (fascia) which can be felt by touch which feel like knots under the skin (palpable ropy bands of hyper-tonic muscle fibers). We focus on addressing these areas of pain by local injections of anesthetic directly into these painful points. Trigger points are normally present in chronic pain syndromes. Trigger point injections alter the areas of inflammation and address the cause of pain.
Cupping therapy has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine using fire and glass cups to create a vacuum and placed on the skin to move blood and lymph. Traditionally cupping has been used to treat many respiratory diseases, effect connective tissue (myofascial), and pain.
Traditionally this therapy is used to treat structures of the body which are misaligned to treat irritated nerves, improve circulation, and improve function. Our approach is unique, we focus on treating the fascia and addressing the tension of the entire spine. We first treat why, then we treat the misalignment.
This therapy is used anytime muscle work is done thru manipulation and stretching. Fascia is the layer of tissues which surrounds us entirely similar to a silk suite, within the sheets of fascia contains Nerves, Muscles and Connective tissues. The complexity of this structure within the body which contribute to functional pathologies
This therapy consists of a series of superficial injections using a low concentration of a simple sugar (buffered low dose dextrose) to occupy pain receptors and heal damaged or inflamed nerves causing (neuropathic) pain. The treatment may last hours to days and is usually done weekly until the pain is resolved. The simple sugar (dextrose) targets glucose pain signaling sites (nociceptors) which release molecules (neuropeptides and neurohormones) responsible for balance (homeostasis) in the body. During times of (neuropathic) pain these pain signaling sites (nociceptors) become inflamed and become areas of pain. The injections return tissues to their natural balance state (homeostasis) and promotes healing.
Gua sha is a healing therapy of Traditional Chinese Medicine which traditionally has been used to treat pain. The skin is scraped using polished stones or other tools to create local inflammation and to increases blood flow (microperfusion) to address pain.