Soft Tissue Injections
Soft tissue refers to muscles, tendons, ligaments, and scalp. While nerves are also soft tissue, they are not directly injected but may benefit from injections in the surrounding area.
Blood is drawn and spun to segregate the growth factors and other potentially beneficial nutrients from the blood. The physician draws the the highly concentrated fluid into a syringe and then injects the soft tissue or joint.
How does the Procedure Work?
The separated fluid contains proteins and various growth factors that may drastically improve healing in soft tissue and joints. It also causes migration of the body’s reparative mechanisms. Research shows it to be useful for reducing inflammation and pain while aiding in the repair of torn muscles and ligaments.
This repeatable procedure of injections may be administered to directly target trigger points where pain and inflammation reside. It may also be done in conjunction with any of ReGen therapies or as a standalone treatment.
Research also shows that scalp injections improve density and thickness by increasing follicular angiogenesis, which is a leading factor in hair growth. The treatment acts quickly and may continue to improve symptoms for up to six months.
No Anesthesia Required
Since the procedure is minimally painful, it does not require anesthesia or a recovery period.
Who Performs the Procedure
Board certified physicians with vast experience in pain management and soft tissue injections.
This is an affordable treatment that is not covered by most insurance plans but we do offer both zero interest and traditional financing.
Risks and Complications
Because this is an autologous treatment that utilizes your body’s natural healing power, the risks are mild discomfort with minimal pain. While no procedures are entirely pain free, this treatment is as close as you can get.