Treatments

Regenerative therapy ( PRP/Stem cells)Less
Regenerative therapy ( PRP/Stem cells)

Regenerative Injection Therapy (RIT) is a minimally invasive injection procedure that stimulates the body’s natural healing mechanisms to repair damaged ligaments, tendons and cartilage.

RIT includes platelet rich plasma (PRP), mesenchymal stem cells (recently called signaling cells) and other injections that help regenerate tissues.


MSC cells are obtained from your bone marrow, usually from you hip bone. They are isolated using a special centrifuge and injected in the area that is causing pain to promote healing and repair.

PRP is obtained from your own blood and is a hundred percent natural. Your blood is obtained from a regular venipuncture with a small needle, the blood is spun in a centrifuge and the platelet rich plasma is obtained. It contains a concentrated amount of growth factors and cytokines, which will be injected in the damaged area to promote your healing.

Regenerative Injection Therapy (RIT) is a minimally invasive injection procedure that stimulates the body’s natural healing mechanisms to repair damaged ligaments, tendons and cartilage.

RIT includes platelet rich plasma (PRP), mesenchymal stem cells (recently called signaling cells) and other injections that help regenerate tissues.


MSC cells are obtained from your bone marrow, usually from you hip bone. They are isolated using a special centrifuge and injected in the area that is causing pain to promote healing and repair.

PRP is obtained from your own blood and is a hundred percent natural. Your blood is obtained from a regular venipuncture with a small needle, the blood is spun in a centrifuge and the platelet rich plasma is obtained. It contains a concentrated amount of growth factors and cytokines, which will be injected in the damaged area to promote your healing.

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Medication ManagementLess
Medication Management

Proper medication management is key to reducing your pain. There are many categories of medications used to treat pain. These include muscle relaxants, anti-inflammatory, “nerve” and opioid based medications.


We will carefully discuss a medication treatment plan that will fit your life and improve your overall wellbeing in a safe and achievable way.

Proper medication management is key to reducing your pain. There are many categories of medications used to treat pain. These include muscle relaxants, anti-inflammatory, “nerve” and opioid based medications.

We will carefully discuss a medication treatment plan that will fit your life and improve your overall wellbeing in a safe and achievable way.

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Radiofrequency AblationLess
Radiofrequency Ablation

Radiofrequency ablation is a procedure using electric energy to generate sufficient heat to interrupt nerve conduction on a semi-permanent basis. The nerves are usually blocked for 6-12 months, although it may last as short as 3 months or as long as 12 months or longer.

Radiofrequency ablation is a procedure using electric energy to generate sufficient heat to interrupt nerve conduction on a semi-permanent basis. The nerves are usually blocked for 6-12 months, although it may last as short as 3 months or as long as 12 months or longer.

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Facet joint injection/Medial branch blockLess
Facet joint injection/Medial branch block

An injection of anti-inflammatory and anesthetic medication in and around the facet joint area to reduce the swelling around the nerve. This is performed if your doctor suspects that your neck or lower back pain may be caused in part by the small facet joints of the spine.

An injection of anti-inflammatory and anesthetic medication in and around the facet joint area to reduce the swelling around the nerve. This is performed if your doctor suspects that your neck or lower back pain may be caused in part by the small facet joints of the spine.

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Joint injectionsLess
Joint injections

Shoulder, hip, knee and other articular joint injections can be performed with x-ray or ultrasound guidance to help diagnose the source of pain and provide relief by delivering local anesthetic and anti-inflammatory steroid medications into specific synovial joints. This procedure may reduce inflammation due to osteoarthritic or rheumatologic changes, resulting in long-term pain relief.

Shoulder, hip, knee and other articular joint injections can be performed with x-ray or ultrasound guidance to help diagnose the source of pain and provide relief by delivering local anesthetic and anti-inflammatory steroid medications into specific synovial joints. This procedure may reduce inflammation due to osteoarthritic or rheumatologic changes, resulting in long-term pain relief.

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Nerve BlocksLess
Nerve Blocks

These are outpatient procedures where local anesthetic and anti-inflammatory medication injections are given near a specific nerve or group of nerves to relieve pain.

These are outpatient procedures where local anesthetic and anti-inflammatory medication injections are given near a specific nerve or group of nerves to relieve pain.

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Epidural injectionsLess
Epidural injections

An outpatient/office procedure which involves placement of anti-inflammatory agents into the epidural space to reduce disc and nerve inflammation.

An outpatient/office procedure which involves placement of anti-inflammatory agents into the epidural space to reduce disc and nerve inflammation.

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IV infusion therapyLess
IV infusion therapy

Intravenous (IV) infusion therapy is a treatment option for a variety of different pain syndromes including such conditions as fibromyalgia, neuropathic pain, phantom limb pain, post-herpetic neuralgia, complex regional pain syndromes (CRPS), diabetic neuropathy and central pain related to stroke or spinal cord injuries. The infusions can also be used in special occasions for the treatment of severe depression and refractory headaches.

Intravenous (IV) infusion therapy is a treatment option for a variety of different pain syndromes including such conditions as fibromyalgia, neuropathic pain, phantom limb pain, post-herpetic neuralgia, complex regional pain syndromes (CRPS), diabetic neuropathy and central pain related to stroke or spinal cord injuries. The infusions can also be used in special occasions for the treatment of severe depression and refractory headaches.

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Spinal Cord StimulationLess
Spinal Cord Stimulation

A spinal cord stimulator (SCS) is an implantable medical device used to treat chronic neurological pain. Implanted into the epidural space in the spine, this device sends an electric impulse, altering the body’s perception of pain. This device helps relieve chronic pain disorders such as failed back surgery syndrome, complex regional pain syndrome and peripheral neuropathy.

A spinal cord stimulator (SCS) is an implantable medical device used to treat chronic neurological pain. Implanted into the epidural space in the spine, this device sends an electric impulse, altering the body’s perception of pain. This device helps relieve chronic pain disorders such as failed back surgery syndrome, complex regional pain syndrome and peripheral neuropathy.

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Peripheral nerve stimulation Less
Peripheral nerve stimulation 

PNS is an implantable medical device used to treat chronic pain outside the spine.  It is indicated when surgery is not an option or surgery failed to relieve the pain. It is implanted in close proximity to the nerve that gives sensation to the affected area. This device sends an electric impulse, altering the body’s perception of pain. This therapy can be used to treat conditions like joint, inguinal and neuropathic pain.

PNS is an implantable medical device used to treat chronic pain outside the spine.  It is indicated when surgery is not an option or surgery failed to relieve the pain. It is implanted in close proximity to the nerve that gives sensation to the affected area. This device sends an electric impulse, altering the body’s perception of pain. This therapy can be used to treat conditions like joint, inguinal and neuropathic pain.

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Trigger Point injectionsLess
Trigger Point injections

An office procedure where small amounts of local anesthetics and anti-inflammatory medications are injected in the area of the muscle where you have pain or tenderness. These areas are called trigger points because they produce pain when stimulated. Trigger point injections are performed if you have myofascial pain which is pain in a specific muscle or muscle group.

An office procedure where small amounts of local anesthetics and anti-inflammatory medications are injected in the area of the muscle where you have pain or tenderness. These areas are called trigger points because they produce pain when stimulated. Trigger point injections are performed if you have myofascial pain which is pain in a specific muscle or muscle group.

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