Don't Ignore Your Potential

Don't put yourself on the back burner. Taking care of yourself also affects how you can take care of your kids or how you can play with your grandkids.
 
You may be a good candidate for regenerative medicine if you have an illness or injury that causes damage to your musculoskeletal tissues and doesn’t improve with conservative treatments like physical therapy.
 
Regenerative medicine includes a variety of innovative therapies that aim to rebuild, or regenerate, cells, tissues, and organs to restore normal function. When tissues like your tendons, ligaments, cartilage, or bone become damaged, it may cause debilitating symptoms like pain, stiffness, and restricted range of motion. 
 
Regenerative medicine, and all the growth factors in the regenerative therapy, have been shown to promote and stimulate the body's natural healing process. PRP and regenerative cell therapy promote natural healing, so it may take a few weeks or months for you to notice an improvement. Regenerative medicine is also anti-inflammatory.
 
Regenerative medicine results include reduced pain and inflammation and improved function in the injured area.
 
The team may combine regenerative medicine with other treatments, such as:
Chiropractic care
Massage therapy
Functional exercise
 
Invest in yourself and your health, so you can invest yourself fully in your grandkids and children lives as well.
 
For natural pain relief with regenerative medicine, call 180 Health Medical & Wellness Center or book an appointment online today at 180health417.com
Author
Shelby B Marketing Director for 180 Health & Wellness

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