When your pain persists despite medical care, you have an injury that’s slow to heal, or you want to avoid surgery, it’s time to consider regenerative medicine. The experienced doctors at Optimal Pain & Regenerative Medicine specialize in advanced regenerative therapies, such as stem cell and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections, that accelerate healing and rebuild new tissues to restore optimal health. To schedule an appointment, use the online booking feature, or call the Arlington, Addison, Cleburne, Fort Worth, Plano, or Rockwall, Texas, practice location.
Regenerative medicine is an advanced field that specializes in using your body’s healing ability, extracting the very cells responsible for regenerating tissues and healing injuries — adult stem cells and platelets — then injecting concentrated cells into your body at the site of damaged tissues.
Regenerative medicine is effective for a wide range of conditions that cause back, hip, knee, shoulder, leg, and foot pain. The following are only a few examples.
These injuries are often treated with platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and/or mesenchymal stem cells, a type of adult stem cell that regenerates tissues such as muscles, ligaments, tendons, cartilage, and collagen.
Platelets are natural components of your blood. They migrate to the site of an injury, stop bleeding and trigger the healing process by releasing growth factors. Platelets contain many types of growth factors, with each one responsible for activating different aspects of healing.
Your doctor makes PRP at the Optimal Pain & Regenerative Medicine office by placing a sample of your blood in a centrifuge that separates platelets and plasma from the other cells in your blood.
Then they inject the concentrated platelets at the site of damaged tissues, where they accelerate healing.
The adult stem cells inside your body continuously self-replicate, dividing to create a new stem cell. These new stem cells develop into the many different types of tissues needed to replace old tissues and restore damaged tissues.
When you need a stem cell injection, your doctor at Optimal Pain & Regenerative Medicine extracts the cells from bone marrow, usually from your hip.
Then your doctor processes the marrow through a machine that separates stem cells, white blood cells, and platelets from the other marrow components. They inject the stem cell combination immediately into your injured tissues.
The regenerative medicine experts at Optimal Pain & Regenerative Medicine offer numerous highly specialized stem cell therapies, including allograft therapy that uses donated regenerative tissues and bone marrow aspirate concentrate (BMAC).
The allograft stem cell therapy options available at Optimal Pain & Regenerative Medicine include:
BMAC is an advanced regenerative treatment that contains all the growth and healing factors of PRP together with concentrated stem cells.
The team at Optimal Pain & Regenerative Medicine often uses BMAC to treat conditions such as nonunion or delayed union bone fractures, cartilage defects, osteonecrosis, and chronic tendon injuries.
To learn if you’re a good candidate for regenerative medicine, call Optimal Pain & Regenerative Medicine or schedule an appointment online.
When Dudley and his wife renew their 1973 wedding vows in February 2019, Dudley will be celebrating without the distraction of more than a decade of debilitating lower back pain thanks to his HF10 implant.
Even after several surgeries and other pain management interventions to relieve the pain from injuries sustained in a car accident, Dudley’s pain remained at a Level 8. He had to go on disability and was no longer able to take long walks for exercise. At the suggestion of Dr. Tibor Racz, his pain management physician, Dudley did an HF10 trial in March 2018. It was so successful in relieving his chronic pain that Dudley received an implant the following month.
Not only does Dudley report being almost pain-free but he has dramatically reduced his use of opioid pain medication, was able to get off disability, now works part-time as a caregiver and walks a mile three or four times a week.
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