White Integrated Health Clinics PLLC
Chiropractors & Family Nurse Practitioners located in Fort Worth, TX
Has your doctor told you that joint replacement is the only way to eliminate your pain? This is no longer the case. Instead, after one simple injection, the majority of these patients who receive regenerative cell injections now have significantly reduced pain and are living the active life they couldn't imagine before. White Integrated Health Clinics PLLC in Fort Worth, Texas, offers Regenerative Cell Therapy to treat musculoskeletal injuries and conditions. To find out if Regenerative Cell Therapy is right for you, call or book an appointment online today.
Regenerative Cell Therapy Q & A
What is regenerative cell therapy?
Regenerative Cell treatments are rapidly becoming the new and most innovative approach to healing degenerative and arthritic joints. No longer is joint replacement surgery the only option. White Integrated Health Clinics is now offering painless Regenerative Cell Injections. These remarkable treatments can repair tissue in the body by pinpointing the impaired areas and healing them by regenerating new cells and tissue. It works with your body's natural ability to heal itself and can restore degenerated tissue to a healthier state..
If you have a musculoskeletal injury or disease, Regenerative Cells can replace damaged cells with healthy new ones. They can develop into cells that regenerate various types of musculoskeletal tissue, including:
Regenerative Cell Therapy accelerates your body’s natural healing process with little risk of side effects. When our Family Nurse Practitioner at White Integrated Health Clinics injects regenerative cells into a painful area of your body, the cells migrate to the damaged tissue and rebuild it with strong, healthy tissue. The powerful anti-inflammatory properties of stem cells relieve pain and reduce swelling.
Where do Regenerative Cells come from?
The professionals at White Integrated Health clinics take pride in only utilizing the highest quality cells available. The regenerative cells used come from the tissue layer of the human placenta after delivery. Extensive testing is done to ensure the safety and potency of the cells before they are administered to the patient.
What can Regenerative Cell Therapy treat?
Regenerative Cell Therapy can repair tissue damage from many age-related degenerative conditions, sports injuries, and diseases. Regenerative Cell Therapy is particularly effective in treating such conditions as degenerative arthritis, degenerative cartilage and ligaments, bone spurs, degenerative joint disease, bursitis and tendonitis. The team at White Integrated Health Clinics recommends Regenerative Cell Therapy if you suffer from one or more of the following conditions:
- Hip pain
- Neck pain
- Knee pain
- Shoulder pain
- Low back pain
- Tendon degeneration
- Cartilage degeneration or injury
In some cases, Regenerative Cell Therapy can help you avoid surgery and reduce your need for pain-relieving medications.
What should I expect from Regenerative Cell Therapy?
First, your provider at White Integrated Health Clinics performs a comprehensive exam and reviews your medical history to make sure you’re a good candidate for Regenerative Cell Therapy.
During treatment, your provider at White Integrated Health Clinics injects the regenerative cells into the appropriate area.
Often with one simple, painless injection, joints that were once "bone on bone" can be regenerated so pain is eliminated and you can return to the active life you once enjoyed.
To learn more about how Regenerative Cell Therapy can help get you back to an active life now, call White Integrated Health Clinics or book an appointment online today.
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