Our non-surgical joint pain treatments can help you improve your health and quality of life. Regenerative medicine uses natural biologics to relieve pain in the knees, shoulders, low back, hips and other joints due to injuries or arthritis.
Annamarie Salyer FNP-C is a regenerative medicine specialist at Bion Aesthetics and Med Spa in Indianapolis, IN offering regenerative joint pain treatments for patients near Greenwood, IN, Carmel, IN, and Fishers, IN.
How we can help you
At Bion, we offer a variety of treatment solutions for joint pain in the knees, hips, elbows, ankles, hands and feet. Whether you’re suffering from pain due to arthritis or a sports injury, we can help! If you’re here because you’re looking for a non-invasive surgery alternative read on to learn more about the treatments available.
Non-surgical treatments for joint pain
If you suffer from joint pain, you know how difficult it can be to live life to the fullest. You might have trouble walking or even sitting down and standing up because of the pain. If your doctor advises you to have surgery on your knee or hip, you may want to consider an alternative.
Our regenerative therapies promote the restoration of cartilage and bone tissue, providing patients with a better alternative to surgery. Many people discover us while searching for natural or non-invasive pain treatments. We assist with all types of pain in knees, shoulders and other joints whether due to an underlying chronic condition or a recent or even former accident or sports injury.
Relieve your chronic arthritis pain
Arthritis is a degenerative condition of the joints. It is characterized by inflammation and irritation, as well as tissue wear. Patients with chronic arthritis often experience increased pain and decreased range of motion despite medication and physical therapy. One promising avenue of alternative treatment to promote arthritis pain relief is regenerative medicine. This approach uses the body’s existing mechanisms to decrease pain without invasive surgical procedures. If you have joint pain due to arthritis, we may be able to help relieve it without surgery through biologic therapies that have proven safe and effective for long-term relief.
Sports injuries can be treated with regenerative medicine
Sports injuries are common and can be frustrating. The most common types, such as torn ACLs and torn menisci, can take weeks or months to heal completely and require complete rest to heal properly. More serious injuries can even end your career. Regenerative medicine helps manage these injuries by stimulating the body’s natural healing ability.
Musculoskeletal pain is a condition that affects the muscles, ligaments, tendons and bones. It can be triggered by trauma (falls or sprains) or overuse of your muscles through repetitive movements or poor body mechanics. Traditional treatment includes taking anti-inflammatories and painkillers while your body recovers. Physical therapy helps for many musculoskeletal injuries and pain, but sometimes more aggressive methods are required for pain relief.
Regenerative therapies are becoming increasingly popular for joint pain relief and soft tissue injury management. The therapy stimulates your body’s natural response, speeding up recovery and lessening inflammation.
Our treatments can help relieve pain and discomfort in the joints due to sports injuries and arthritis, as well as non-sport related musculoskeletal conditions. We may be able to help you avoid knee or hip replacement surgery. With our integrated approach to treatment, we achieve maximum results time and again for people who are suffering from a variety of conditions.
The best way to know if you are a candidate for this treatment is to schedule a consultation
Schedule a consultation with us to find out if regenerative joint injections are right for you. Our provider will be able to answer any questions you have about the procedure, as well as any risks and benefits associated with it. She will also discuss the cost of regenerative joint injections, how long recovery time will take after having them done, and what kind of results you can expect from the procedure.