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Regenerative Medicine in Wake County

Work with Advanced Regenerative Orthopedic Experts

Allowing the body to heal itself can take a long time, and surgery is not always the best option. The goal of regenerative medicine at Raleigh Orthopaedic is to provide cutting-edge technology to stimulate and accelerate the healing process. When non-operative options have failed, our providers may prescribe platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections or other therapeutic injections to help reduce pain, restore function and potentially help delay or avoid major surgery.

Raleigh Orthopaedic feels strongly that these treatments are investigational and need to be delivered with significant patient education and informed consent. With our research-based approach, we set patient expectations of effectiveness using evidence-based estimates from existing science and literature.

Common Areas of Treatment:

Regenerative medicine is commonly used to mitigate chronic pain and injuries at various problem areas on the body. Examples include:

  • Tendon or Ligament injury
  • Tendonitis
  • Arthritis
  • Muscle Strains
  • Articular Cartilage Injury

What are platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections?

PRP injections, or platelet-rich plasma, come from your own blood to promote a healthier joint environment. Platelets are cells in your blood that have a lot of growth factors and anti-inflammatory agents, both of which help the body to heal.

For PRP, a sample of your blood is taken. The sample is processed to concentrate the platelets together into the plasma (a layer of your blood), which is then injected into the part of your body that needs healing. The concentration of platelets can be two to ten times greater (or richer) than the patient’s blood. These injections have been shown to create a less inflammatory environment in the injured body part, which can result in less pain and improved function.

Regenerative Treatment Locations

Please contact Raleigh Orthopaedic at 919-781-5600 discuss appointment options for treatment. Consult with your orthopedic specialist prior to any  treatments.

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