Integrative Pain Management

What is Regenerative Injection Therapy?

 

Regenerative Injection Therapy (RIT) treats musculoskeletal problems due to overuse and injuries by injecting nutritive substances into the body and joints. This provides the building blocks to heal and regenerate tissue.

Good For:

Knee injuries

Foot and ankle pain

Rotator cuff tendinitis

Epicondylitis

TMJ dysfunction

Osteoarthritis

Back pain

Alternative to long-term opioid use

Effects:

Improves the connection and stability of joints eliminating pain.

Stimulates the growth of new tissue and helps create more of a
cushion between the joints.

Helps signal the body that something is wrong so that it will direct resources to heal.

Type of Regenerative Injection Therapies:

Prolotherapy:

It works by injecting a diluted form of glucose solution into a tendon or ligament attachment site.

This will signal the healing immune response and provide
nourishment to the area.

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP):

It works by injecting a concentrated solution of your own platelets, which have tissue growth factors, into the damaged area.

These growth factors recognize your damaged or diseased area to stimulate regeneration directly.

Since the graft can have 6 times the concentration of your own platelets and healing factors, it helps accelerate tissue regeneration.

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