Oklahoma Pain Center in Oklahoma City announces its updated list of regenerative therapies for pain management. One type of regenerative therapy is amniotic fluid, which uses the proteins around a fetus prior to c-section to repair damaged tissue and reduce pain and inflammation.
More details can be found at https://www.oklahomapaincenter.com/regeneration-therapy
The updated therapies continue the mission of Oklahoma Pain Center to offer holistic alternative treatments for all forms of pain. The center believes that people can heal their pain without needing steroids, medication, or surgery.
Emerging data suggest that regenerative therapy has therapeutic benefits for those suffering from chronic pain. Experience with Regenerative therapy have found that this treatment offers noticeable results in pain reduction in over 50% of patients over six months, with the remaining percent experiencing some sort of benefit after a year.
Oklahoma Pain Center uses a comprehensive approach to pain management. Unlike other treatment providers, the center looks at all available options to address their patients’s pain, including stem regenerative therapy. It demystifies the perception that the treatment is unsafe, expensive or both.
There are many types of regenerative therapies that can be prescribed. The most common treatment is platelet-rich plasma therapy which extracts plasma from the patient that is then centrifuged to isolate the platelets that accelerate regrowth and healing. The concentrated fluid is re-injected to the site of injury.
While it may take several sessions for patients to feel a reduction of their pain, any type of regenerative therapy is safe. Clients are often recommended this type of treatment if they do not want to be dependent on medication for the rest of their lives or if they do not want to undergo surgery.
The team at Oklahoma Pain Center regularly attends trainings to ensure that they are kept up-to-date with the latest research and techniques in holistic pain management.
A satisfied client wrote, “Very nice people and very understanding. It was my first visit and I was in a lot of pain and I was a little short-tempered and they were still very nice to me.”
Interested parties can find more information at https://www.oklahomapaincenter.com
Oklahoma Pain Center
Oklahoma Pain Center
13921 N Meridian Ave
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