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Oklahoma Regenerative Medical Therapy for Chronic Pain

Oklahoma City, USA, 07 Dec. 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) —

The clinic’s recently updated treatment options reflect the increasing pace of medical breakthroughs and physicians’ focus on addressing the root causes of chronic pain; not just the symptoms.

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The Oklahoma Pain Center now recommends regenerative therapy for many of its patients with a variety of conditions, including joint pain and osteoarthritis, plantar fasciitis, and rotator cuff injuries. By using the body’s own stem cells to reduce pain and inflammation and repair damaged tissue, regenerative therapy takes advantage of the human body’s natural ability to heal itself.

The global regenerative medicine market is growing rapidly, at an expected rate of more than 23% per year over the next seven years to reach nearly $150 billion. Stem cell therapies, which provide the means to create functional cells from human tissue, can be used for both organ transplantation and pain relief. It can also significantly reduce the need for major surgery by repairing injured tissue before damage progresses further.

The Oklahoma City clinic performs four different types of regenerative therapy: platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy, amniotic fluid therapy, exosome therapy, and mesenchymal stem cell (MSC) transplantation.

Exosome therapy, for example, is considered an ideal option for patients with autoimmune diseases, chronic inflammation, and degenerative muscle, bone, or joint diseases. It involves injecting a concentrated number of exosomes into the body intravenously as part of a larger treatment regimen that includes ultrasound or frequency therapy. Each patient receives personalized treatment.

Although insurance plans do not cover regenerative therapy, the clinic offers flexible payment options. A Health Savings Account (HSA) can also be used to help manage costs.

Led by chronic pain specialist, Dr. Blake Kelley MD, the Oklahoma Pain Center offers hope for those struggling with long-term pain. The clinic uses a multidisciplinary team-based treatment approach, utilizing the knowledge and skills of high-level specialists to ensure optimal and comprehensive patient care. These physicians work together to create and implement treatment plans tailored to meet each individual’s unique condition and needs.

A recent patient commented, “I have had nothing but positive experiences with the Oklahoma Pain Center. This is true from receptionists to nurses and clinical staff, to doctors and nurse practitioners.

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