WE'RE SOLVING BACK PAIN
REDUCE YOUR JOINT PAIN WITHOUT COSTLY SURGERY
Don’t let back pain stop you from living your life!
Williams Integracare staff will be answering YOUR questions on back pain on October 27th as part of a discussion we will be having on non-surgical treatment options at the clinic.
Join us on October 27th as we discuses non-surgical relief for your back pain through the use of Platelet Rich Plasma, Bone Marrow Therapy, and Adipose Derived Cell Therapy. These non-surgical treatment options are all completed in-house at our Sartell clinic.
SUBMIT A QUESTION AND ENTER TO WIN PIZZA!
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Think regenerative medicine could be for you? The first step for all patients is to schedule an initial consultation with one of our regenerative medicine providers. This consultation allows for our providers to assess the area of injury and evaluate if regenerative medicine is a good fit for your injury. Additionally your provider would recommend either Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) or Bone Marrow Therapy (Stem Cells) as your treatment method.
Both of these procedures involve an extraction of a natural substance from your body. For PRP this means a simple blood draw and for Bone Marrow Therapy an extraction of stem cells from the hip region. In both cases the extracted substances are then re-injected into the patients body after being processed by one of our nurses in our top of the line machines.
This process of extraction, processing, and re-injection is all completed in a single day allowing the patient to leave the clinic upon completion. The recovery time and next steps will vary depending on what procedure you have and the area of the injury being treated.
LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR PROCEDURES
Conditions we have treated with Bone Marrow Therapy:
- Osteoarthritis of the joints including hip, knee, ankle, wrist and shoulder.
- Rotator cuff tears
- Labral tears of hip or shoulder
- Meniscus tears of knee
- Spine disorders, including sciatica and degenerative disc disease
- Tennis elbow/Golfers elbow
- Plantar fasciitis