Regenerative Medicine


Pain West offers many cutting edge treatments for joint rehabilitation. After a thorough consultation and evaluation, our team will suggest the treatment that they feel would mostly likely help you reach your health goals. If you would like to know more about these treatments, please schedule a free consultation and we can thoroughly explain them.



Stem cell therapy has emerged in the field of regenerative medicine as a promising approach for addressing musculoskeletal issues, offering benefits for conditions such as osteoarthritis, tendon injuries, and cartilage defects. Stem cells possess the unique ability to differentiate into various cell types, including those found in bone, cartilage, and connective tissue. 

When injected into damaged or degenerated areas, these cells can stimulate tissue repair and regeneration, promoting healing and reducing inflammation. Moreover, stem cell therapy may offer a minimally invasive alternative to traditional treatments like surgery, with potentially shorter recovery times and fewer complications.


Prolotherapy is a type of regenerative therapy that treats injured joints and connective tissues. It is often used to treat arthritis, whiplash, and degenerative disc disease. It can be used on the back, neck, shoulders, hip, hands, and knees. In prolotherapy, a doctor injects a watery solution containing substances like saline and dextrose into the injured area. These injections usually contain a numbing agent like lidocaine as well.

The injection irritates the injury site, triggering the body’s healing response. As a result, the body will grow new connective fibers to repair the damaged tissue. This relieves the pain associated with the damaged connective tissue. Several treatments may be done to stimulate more new tissue growth

PRP (Platelet-rich Plasma)

Platelet-rich plasma therapy is based on research showing that the platelets and plasma found in the blood can heal and repair injuries. PRP treatments are usually used in sports medicine to repair tendon injuries. To make platelet-rich plasma, blood is drawn from the patient and then processed to create a concentrated solution that contains more platelets and plasma than regular blood. A centrifuge is often used to create this solution. PRP is then injected into the injured structure.


Prolozone therapy is a form of regenerative medicine where doctors use injections of ozone in liquid form along with other therapeutic elements to stimulate the body’s tissues to heal themselves.

The word “Prolozone” is taken from the Latin word, “Prolix” which means to rebuild, regenerate, and heal quickly. Several tissues in your body including ligaments, tendons, cartilage, and other kinds of muscle respond well to the infusion of healing serums used in Prolozone therapy.

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