How Regenerative Medicine Treats Arthritis

Regenerative Medicine and Arthritis: What Our Myrtle Beach Regenerative Medicine Center Wants You to Know

If you struggle with arthritis, you know that the condition can be debilitating. You may have tried some therapies in the past that haven't given you the pain relief you need. At Advanced Medical Solutions in Myrtle Beach, we provide regenerative medicine techniques that can help your body get relief from arthritis. Let's take a look at what regenerative medicine is, and how it can provide you with pain relief.

What's Regenerative Medicine?

There are many facets to regenerative medicine. As a whole, regenerative medicine works to activate the body to heal, without the use of dangerous and addictive medicines. If you're someone who prefers to avoid drugs and surgery, you want noninvasive methods to treat health issues, then regenerative medicine is a good fit for your needs.

How Can Regenerative Medicine Treat Arthritis?

One of the most popular techniques used in regenerative medicine is Platelet-rich Plasma (PRP) injections. This type of therapy can accelerate the healing of damaged tissues. PRP injections can also produce new, healthy cartilage in joints that suffer from arthritis. PRP injections work especially well for people with arthritis because the body and the injections work together to develop into exactly the cells your body needs to decrease inflammation, tear up scar tissue, and regenerate healthy tissue. This allows your body to heal and creates long-term pain relief for arthritis.

Regenerative medicine is regarded as highly effective and safe. We'll talk with you about any other health conditions you have to ensure that you're a good candidate for regenerative medicine before we get you started with any of the therapies we offer. If you have questions about how the process works, please don't hesitate to reach out to us.

Call Our Myrtle Beach Regenerative Medicine Center

At Advanced Medical Solutions in Myrtle Beach, we're here to help you work through the pain of arthritis in a way that provides long-lasting pain relief. Reach out to our office today at (843) 742-7922 to schedule your first appointment. We look forward to working with you.

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