What to Know About Regenexx Procedures


If you’re suffering from joint or spine pain and looking into orthopedic treatments, you might have heard of Regenexx TM. That’s because Regenexx TM has become more popular in recent years and is the most trusted name in regenerative medicine.

What Is Regenexx?

Regenexx TM uses the patient’s own platelets or bone marrow concentrate containing stem cells to trigger healing of injured tissues. When used in joints we can treat arthritis (even bone-on-bone arthritis), tendinitis, rotator cuff tears, meniscus tears, and a variety of other conditions.

Why It’s So Special

Over the years, Regenexx has been noted as one of the most successful available procedures for orthopedic issues. According to Regenexx, 70% of all orthopedic surgical treatments can be completely avoided by using this care option. That’s a huge benefit if you’re not a good candidate for surgical options or you want to avoid an invasive procedure.

How It’s Performed

A PRP procedure entails drawing the patient’s blood, from which the platelets are spun off and concentrated. Later the same day, the concentrated platelets are injected into the damaged area. The Regenexx bone marrow concentrate procedure follows a multi-day process. During the first visit, you receive an injection of a dextrose solution that helps trigger a little inflammation. During the second visit, you’ll undergo the bone marrow concentrate procedure. The third visit is a super-concentrated platelet-rich plasma injection into the same area.

What Side Effects You Might Experience

After your procedure, you may experience minor discomfort. This can be treated using over-the-counter pain medication and is only temporary. Talk to your doctor at Advanced Paincare and BioHealth Insitute for more information about your recovery process.

Regenexx procedures are a smart investment for your treatment needs, and they can offer non-surgical solutions for those suffering from neck, back, and joint pain. It can also help with tennis elbow, herniated discs, meniscus tears, sciatica, and more.

If you’re interested in learning more about Regenexx procedures, or if you’re in need of a joint pain treatment plan and you’re unsure which treatment options are right for you, don’t hesitate to reach out to our experienced team at Advanced Paincare and BioHealth Institute today. We’ll be more than happy to answer any questions you may have.

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