Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative medicine takes your own blood, concentrates its healing properties, and re-injects it back into you to stimulate cellular repair and regeneration.

Regenerative Medicine2024-05-02T14:18:17-04:00

Non-surgical, regenerative medicine treatments

Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative medicine is one of the most popular and innovative cosmetic and medical treatments. This is due to its natural method and exciting results.

The procedure takes your own blood, concentrates its healing properties, and re-injects it back into you. This stimulates cellular repair and regeneration in the area of concern.

Regenerative therapy treatments for:

How does it work?

Regenerative medicine harnesses the abilities and amplifies the natural growth factors your body uses to heal tissue. These work in helping grow cells and repair tissue. When injected into a treatment area, the area experiences increased blood flow and new healthy tissue growth.

Regenerative medicine

Is it safe?

Regenerative medicine focuses on tissue regeneration. To emphasize, the organic substances the practitioner harvests from a patient’s blood provides valuable benefits. Regenerative medicine has been well-established through years of clinical use, both as an independent therapy or in conjunction with other procedures.

Regenerative medicine

Is it painful?

Patients may feel some discomfort during the blood draw. However, most patients find the process to be relatively painless. To be sure, it is far less invasive than other options like plastic surgery.

Our board-certified nurse practitioner  accommodates patients who are needle-phobic. She takes special care to make patients as comfortable as possible.

Non-surgical regenerative medicine treatments

How does it work?

After you’re seated comfortably in the procedure room, the provider takes a small amount of blood from your arm. Next, the provider places it in a centrifuge machine. Then, after about 10 minutes the healing components of the blood separate and are ready for injection. Finally, the provider places the material into a sterile syringe and injects it into the treatment area

The process usually doesn’t take long, but that can vary based on what treatment you’re having done and the size of your treatment area.

Regenerative Medicine Treatments

Regen Facial

Skin

A microneedling treatment that utilizes your very own growth factors to improve skin tone, texture, quality, and appearance.

Regen Facelift

Face

A non-surgical procedure that uses the patient’s own growth factors to replenish lost facial volume and smooth wrinkles and fine lines.

Natural hair regeneration

Hair Loss

A hair rejuvenation procedure that utilizes growth factors from the patient’s own blood to trigger the growth of hair.

V-Shot™

Vaginal Rejuvenation

An injectable treatment that addresses a variety of sexual problems for women, including low libido, vaginal dryness, pain during intercourse, and urinary incontinence.

Man Shot™

Erectile Dysfunction

The Man Shot™ boosts male sexual function and treats male erectile concerns such as erectile dysfunction, size and shape issues, and erection-related pain.

Joint pain relief

Joint Pain

Widely used in the treatment of traumatic and degenerative injuries, regenerative joint injections can accelerate the healing of a number of conditions for the knee, elbow, foot, ankle, and hands.

Frequently asked questions

What is regenerative therapy?2023-09-19T17:09:09-04:00

Regenerative therapy is a medical treatment that takes your own blood, concentrates its healing properties, and re-injects it back into you to speed healing.

Is regenerative therapy safe?2023-09-20T16:39:24-04:00

Regenerative therapy is considered to be relatively safe. The practitioner takes healing properties from your own blood, so there is little risk of a poor reaction.

Is regenerative therapy painful?2023-09-19T17:06:03-04:00

Clients may feel some discomfort during the blood draw for regenerative therapy. However, most clients find the process to be relatively painless.

How long does an injection take?2023-09-20T16:38:05-04:00
Clients are usually in the office for about an hour. It takes about 30 minutes to draw blood and process the serum. The nerve block takes about 15 minutes to take effect. It takes the provider about 10 minutes to complete the procedure.

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