Spinal Injury Specialist
Spinal Injury Q & A
What are the Most Common Causes of a Spinal Injury?
When it comes to the causes of a spinal injury, these run the gamut. You may have a spinal injury due to a car accident or sports injury. However, you may also suffer from a degenerative disease that has caused your spine to become injured after deterioration. Fortunately, these conditions can be treated successfully using regenerative medicine. Through applications such as stem cell therapy, your spinal column and discs can be regenerated. This can aid in the healing process while also providing you with pain relief by reducing the inflammation of the spine.
How are PRP Injections Used for a Spinal Injury?
PRP injections for spinal injuries are a revolutionary method of providing healing and pain relief to those individuals with a spinal injury. These injections involve the application of your concentrated blood platelets. This blood is injected into the affected area of the spine, which encourages more rapid healing thanks to an infusion of healthy platelets. As your spine is treated using PRP, there is a reduction in inflammation and swelling of the problematic tissues. You benefit from rapid pain relief while the platelet rich plasma works to regenerate your spinal column more quickly. This is a safe and effective medical procedure that offers great potential for treating spinal injuries.
Why Should I Go to Dr. Gootzeit of Sheitelman Physical Medicine for a Spinal Injury Treatment?
At Sheitelman Physical Medicine in Surprise, AZ Dr. Sholom Gootzeit is an expert in regenerative medicine. Through his extensive training and hands-on experience using regenerative treatments he has determined the best procedures for individuals suffering from spinal injuries. If you are interested in finding surgery-free treatments for your spine injury, look no further than regenerative medicine. This field of medicine also aids in pain relief without the use of prescription painkillers that only mask the problem. By getting to the source of your spinal injury, whether it is tissue damage or bone deterioration, you can receive long lasting and effective treatments. This is all possible with the applications of regenerative medicine.