regenerative cellular tissue
Can regenerative medicine rebuild damaged tissue?
Treatments using regenerative cells are effective at rebuilding and repairing cells and tissue that have been damaged due to injury or a degenerative health condition. When these specialized cells are injected into damaged and degraded tissue, they go where they are needed most and get to work, providing you with long-lasting pain relief in the process. We offer regenerative cellular tissue injections at our medical clinic in Austin that are designed to address the underlying cause of your pain and help you get back to your normal activities as soon as possible.
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If you’ve been struggling with a painful condition and want an all-natural solution that will address the underlying cause for long-lasting relief, treatments using cell tissue may be just what you need.
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Can Regenerative Medicine Help Relieve Pain?
Regenerative medicine can help relieve pain by fixing the underlying issue that is causing the pain to exist. In conventional medicine, the idea is often to mask the pain with medication so you no longer feel it and can get on with your normal routine.
The problem with this approach is that the condition or injury that is causing your pain is still there, so when the medication wears off the pain returns. At this point, the only course of action is to take more medication, which can result in a dangerous cycle.
With regenerative medicine, the damaged tissue and cells that are causing you to feel pain are treated, so the by-product of pain no longer needs to be there. This is the idea behind natural pain relief as opposed to pain management. You will experience long-term pain relief without the need for dangerous drugs or risky surgery.
Some of the conditions and issues we are able to treat with regenerative medicine include:
Drinking adequate amounts of water to flush toxins and keep joints lubricated
Sleeping in a position that removes pressure from your back and neck
Removing your wallet or anything else from your back pocket while sitting
Being aware of your posture while walking, sitting or working on a computer
Eating a wide range of water-rich foods that are high in nutrients and limiting processed foods