Lakewood PRP Therapy For Pain Relief: Regenerative Medicine Treatment Available

Following the announcement, the regenerative medicine offers innovative, natural therapies to Lakewood residents developed to improve mobility, range of motion, and overall quality of life for patients suffering from chronic knee pain and inflammation.

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Aspen Institute for Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine’s newly updated alternative treatment options include orthopedic Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) injections and Adipose-Derived Regenerative Therapy, suitable for patients with chronic conditions such as arthritis or those experiencing pain in the knees, shoulders, and hips. Backed by extensive research and clinic trials, these treatment options can help alleviate stiffness or discomfort due to age, previous injury, or overuse. These treatments have demonstrated fewer side effects compared to some traditional methods, making them a viable option for individuals who cannot, or prefer not to, rely on pain medication or physical therapy.

PRP treatment is a modern method for tissue repair. Aspen Institute utilizes it for wound healing and joint injury repair, but it has also proven effective for hair restoration, and facial rejuvenation. The injections contain a high concentration of a patient’s platelets to expedite the healing of injuries in tendons, ligaments, muscles, or joints. With this therapy, the regenative medicine experts at the clinic resolve musculoskeletal issues for long-term pain relief by harnessing the body’s innate healing mechanisms.

Aspen Institute also offers Adipose-Derived Regenerative Therapy, or Autologous Nanoparticle Therapy, a regenerative method that facilitates the formation of new tissue, such as cartilage, muscle, and tendons. As cells age, their regenerative abilities decline, causing areas with low oxygen and slow healing due to a lack of repair cells.

Adipose-derived stem cells, sourced from fat tissue, are abundant and “younger” than bone marrow-derived stem cells, making them optimal for self-healing. They can support various tissue types, release growth factors for wound healing, and encourage the body to naturally recruit native stem cells for repair. According to the institute, adipose-derived cells are the preferred mesenchymal stem cells because they can be harvested easily, typically from the abdomen, buttocks, or above the iliac crest. These cells can be banked for future treatments, reducing risks like cell rejection or disease transmission.

“Unlike drugs, cortisone shots, surgery, and other invasive procedures to treat joint pain, regenerative medicine is a non-intrusive and natural way to eliminate pain by repairing and regrowing your damaged joint tissues,” a representative said.

Interested parties who want to know more about Aspen Institute for Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine may visit

Aspen Institute for Anti-Aging & Regeneration Medicine
2255 S Wadsworth Blvd
Suite 206

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