OPTIMAL Brings Regenerative Therapies to Arlington

Board Certified Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine physicians, Scott Berlin, M.D., Andrew Cottingham, M.D., and Michael Scott Phillips, M.D. have created a new division of Pinnacle Pain Medicine offering state of the art biologic therapies to the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metropex. The new division, called OPTIMAL Pain & Regenerative Medicine, will provide pain management and regenerative therapies at offices in Alliance, Arlington, Burleson, Cleburne and Ft. Worth. These therapies, – Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) and Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate (BMAC) – are used to treat neck and back pain, arthritis, joint and soft-tissue injuries and sports related injuries.

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