Orthopedic Medicine Specialist
Orthopaedic Medicine Q & A
How is Orthopaedic Medicine Related to Regenerative Medicine?
Orthopaedic medicine is focused on spine problems, nerve disorders, sports injuries, and work-related injuries. These include arthritis, joint injuries, migraines, tendonitis, and back pain injuries. In order to treat these effectively without the use of drugs or surgery, we use regenerative medicine in Surprise, AZ. Through the use of regenerative medicine, which consists of tissue engineering along with molecular biology, we can repair damaged tissue. This is commonly done using cells, such as adipose cells or stem cells. We can also provide cellular therapies for tissue that is lost due to trauma, injury, disease, or wear and tear.
What Types of Orthopaedic Problems are Treatable Using Regenerative Medicine?
If your orthopaedic problems are associated with bodily tissue, they may respond positively to the use of regenerative medicine. For example, if you have arthritis in the shoulder, hip, knee, or ankle, this can be treated using regenerative medicine. Regenerative techniques encourage healing in the problematic tissue and it can also help damaged tissue to regrow using cell therapy. Other specific orthopedic conditions that may respond to this type of treatment include ligament injuries, muscle strains, muscle tears, meniscal tears, tender tears, and articular cartilage injuries. To find out if your orthopedic condition can be treated using regenerative medicine, contact Dr. Sholom Gootzeit at Sheitelman Physical Medicine.
Why Should I Consider Regenerative Medicine for Orthopaedic Treatments?
Individuals who want to treat orthopaedic conditions effectively and without the use of invasive surgery or addictive drugs should give regenerative medicine a try. This treatment allows your body to speed up the healing process naturally. It can also be used to regrow diseased or destroyed tissue so that your body can move past the orthopedic problems. Regenerative treatments are done in-office and without surgery at Sheitelman Physical Medicine in Surprise, AZ