Seeking treatment for degenerative disc disease, stenosis, torn or painful discs, facet injuries, spondylolysis, and other degenerative problems related to the spine can seem incredibly daunting and frustrating.
Take a moment out of your day to see how Regenexx may be able to help you non-surgically; saving you down time, the risk of complications, and the use of steroids and other drugs for pain.
Join Dr. Chris Centeno THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3rd at 12:30 p.m. MT, to understand how Regenexx interventional orthopedic procedures provide a non-surgical option for many suffering from back pain.
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Regenexx has more than a decade of experience in stem cell-based treatments for spine pain that allows us to address as many factors as possible to gain insight into the true cause of the problem. We identify the most probable sources of pain and select the most appropriate treatment options available. Only then can the natural healing process be initiated using the safest, least invasive procedure possible.
The innovative Regenexx procedures help restore spinal function and decrease pain without the need for surgery. During this outpatient procedure, our expert physicians use precise image guidance to inject custom concentrations of your body’s natural healing mechanisms into and around the areas of damage to help stabilize your spine and improve overall function and mobility.
You have other options when it comes to treating spine and back pain. Interventional orthopedics provides a non-surgical alternative that uses your own cells to repair the damage. It uses precise image-guided injections of your own body’s healing agents that can help repair tissue. Register for our webinar to learn more.
Webinar presenter: Chris Centeno, M.D.
Webinar time: Thursday, December 3rd at 12:30 p.m. MT
Life’s too short to live in pain. Take advantage of new regenerative treatments that are helping people avoid joint replacement and other invasive surgeries. Get back to doing the activities you love, faster and without surgery.Request Information