Regenerative Medicine

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Back in Motion Integrated Medicine

Integrated Medicine & Chiropractors located in Hurst, TX

If you’re looking for an alternative to surgery or traditional therapies, then regenerative medicine might be for you. The team of dedicated professionals at Back in Motion Integrated Medicine in Hurst, Texas, offers regenerative medicine to help their patients with a wide range of conditions. To learn more about how regenerative medicine can help you, schedule a visit today by calling the office or using the online scheduling tool.

Regenerative Medicine Q & A

What is regenerative medicine?

Regenerative medicine is a field of medicine that taps into your body’s natural ability to heal itself. It does this by redirecting and enhancing cells and other organic substances that are harvested from your system. For example, with platelet-rich plasma therapy, substances from your own blood are used. 

Your body is remarkably adept at healing itself. Think of how skin-deep cuts and scrapes repair themselves without any medical intervention, and how a donor liver can regenerate by itself in a matter of weeks. Regenerative medicine harnesses these complex, effective, and natural repair mechanisms to address injured areas of your body and improve various acute and chronic conditions.

By opening up a new means of restoration, regenerative medicine promises a wide range of solutions in optimizing health worldwide.

What is the timeline for regenerative medicine?

Regenerative medicine treatments take some time to begin working. They are, after all, stimulating your body’s natural tissue production, which operates on a more organic timeline than other treatments. Some patients might experience reduced pain and improved functioning within a matter of weeks, while for others, it might take a few months to notice a difference.

Every patient’s body is different, and your regenerative medicine experience depends on the unique characteristics of your particular system.

Does regenerative medicine require multiple treatments?

Perhaps. It depends on your particular condition and how your body responds to the treatment. If it’s been a few months since your regenerative medicine treatment and you still aren’t noticing any results, speak to the medical professionals at Back in Motion Integrated Medicine. They might suggest repeating the treatment to help encourage further growth of healthy tissue. 

Do regenerative medicine treatments hurt?

Regenerative medicine treatments typically involve receiving an injection, which is uncomfortable for some people. If you’re particularly sensitive to injections, the team at Back in Motion Integrated Medicine can use a topical numbing cream to minimize your discomfort during the procedure. 

To get started with regenerative medicine, schedule a consultation by calling the office or booking a visit online.