Are you suffering from chronic neck pain? Neck pain can be debilitating and make it hard to stay productive and active in daily life. Traditionally anti-inflammatory medicine, like NSAIDs (ibuprofen, aspirin, naproxen sodium) have been prescribed and widely – and frequently – taken. However, pain medicine only provides temporary relief and daily use can have side effects. Medicine also doesn’t address the root cause of your neck pain. In contrast, regenerative medicine has shown surprising success in treating and relieving the cause of neck pain. At Regenerative Medical Center of Delaware, we offer both pain management options as well as cellular therapy to reduce inflammation and pain – and help heal the cause of your neck pain.
Cellular Therapies and Pain Management for Neck Pain
Most people who experience neck pain are suffering from pain due to muscle strains, worn joints, nerve compression, injuries – such as car or sports injuries, or diseases like rheumatoid arthritis. Regenerative Medical Center of Delaware offers several natural and effective non-surgical treatment options. We will determine where the joint pain is manifesting specifically and determine a course of treatment. Regenerative treatments such as stem cell therapy heals inflamed tissues around the neck and upper spine, thus reducing pain and increasing mobility. Our treatments include:
- Cellular therapy – including stem cells, exosome therapy or amniotic fluid
- Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy
- Nerve Ablation
- Joint Injections
- Corticosteroid Injections
Don’t Just Treat Neck Pain, Heal Your Body
Once injected, stem cells begin their job or restoring and rebuilding the diseased tissue in the neck. Typically, patients will see results in about 3 weeks, and the inflammation starts to reduce and continues to do so for several months. Our goal at Regenerative Medical Center of Delaware is to help remove the pain so you can resume an active and healthy lifestyle. Please contact our office to schedule a personal and private consultation. We look forward to developing a treatment plan specific to your needs.