FAQ’s

What Happens After My Injection?

Typically, the patient will return in one week so that we can evaluate the injection and start their care with the various therapies to enhance the effectiveness. The examination will determine what will be needed such as laser, Calmare, PEMF, Pulse Wave etc. We will usually keep a patient under care and observation for 3-4 months following their injection.

What Determines the Outcome of my Regenerative Treatment?

Factors that play a role in the speed and extent of success include but are not limited to:
• Extent of Damage
• Location of Treatment
• Age
• Overall Health
The majority of our patients respond very well to this course of care and unlike surgical or pharmaceutical approaches, experience pain relief in a short period of time, anywhere from a few weeks to several months.
Most importantly, you and the way that you care for your body and health play the largest role. Detrimental health behaviors like smoking, drinking, eating highly processed foods, a sedentary lifestyle can all play a part in your success.
Work closely with your Doctor and follow their ancillary care plans to a tee. Providing a superior environment for the Regenerative Allograph Injection to work in is the best way for you to contribute to your Regenerative Medicine Treatment Program.

Where Do Our Regenerative Products Come From?

Our Regenerative Allograph products are obtained from labs that processed donated tissue from full-term C-Section deliveries and are regulated as a human cell, tissue, or cellular or tissue-based product (HCT/P) under 21 CFR Part 1271 and Section 361 of the Public Health Service Act.
Each donor is carefully screened, comprehensive medical and social histories are obtained, and tissues are procured, processed, and tested in accordance with FDA requirements to minimize potential risks of disease transmission to recipients by the lab.
Infectious disease testing is performed at a certified laboratory in accordance with the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments of 1998 (CLIA) and 42 CFR part 493.

Is Regenerative Therapy Safe?

Yes! Regenerative Allograph Injections have been used in medical practices for over 40 years. The first use was bone marrow transplants for various blood and immune disorders.

What about the FDA?

With more and more media coverage highlighting Regenerative Medicine, there is more false information and more countless myths to be debunked. We stay up to date with the latest FDA Regulations and Guidelines for Regenerative Medicine as this field continues to expand and we continue to discover more ways to harness the power of this new paradigm shift in healthcare.
At this time, the FDA regulates how the cells are processed, stored, and tested to protect patient safety and minimize the risk of any type of disease transmission. The FDA only “approves” medical devices and pharmaceuticals, and at this time, these cells do not fall under either category.

Will I need more than one treatment?

You are an individual. Your medical history and current health are as unique to you as your taste in music. Through our advanced assessment evaluation, we will determine your specific needs and course of care. Once a joint has been treated, there would not be a need to retreat the area unless an injury or further damage was experienced. Many of our Regenerative Patients have experienced significant relief after only one course of treatment.

What can I do to increase the effectiveness of my treatment?

We focus on you as a whole person, not just the area of your pain.  Our treatment team will develop a comprehensive program using the most cutting-edge treatment modalities to protect your investment and by keeping you happy, protect our reputation. Following your personal care plan will provide you with the best recovery possible.

Most importantly, you and the way that you care for your body and health play the largest role. Detrimental health behaviors like smoking, drinking, eating highly processed foods, a sedentary lifestyle can all play a part in your success.

Our most successful patients
  • Follow a healthy diet as recommended by our team
  • Return to physical activity quickly after their initial procedure
  • Closely follow the guidance and recommendations of our Doctors

Providing the best environment for the Regenerative tissues to work in is the best way for you to contribute to your overall health and wellness, as well as, your Regenerative Medicine Treatment Program.

How often does the procedure work?

Regenerative Therapy has incredible results on a wide range of ailments and conditions. Our focus is on decreasing pain, gaining mobility and range of motion, and improving functional ability to move the body. The time frame to achieve this varies, as this is a regenerative process, not a quick fix. Symptom improvement varies from patient to patient.

Can the procedure fail?

As with any other medical procedure, there is no 100% guarantee. In certain cases, patients have had to undergo additional treatments.

If my Regenerative Therapy does not work, can I still undergo surgery?

Of course. There is nothing in our Regenerative Therapy procedures that would inhibit you from having surgery. In fact, once we have completed our assessments and feel that surgery is the best option for you, we will advise you on that course.

But Please Consider:

If you have already had a total joint replacement, Regenerative Medicine is no longer a viable option for that area of pain. Regenerative Allograph Injections cannot work on artificial material in your body.

Our mission is always to do what will best serve our patients and we will work with you to determine the next steps for you and your health.

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