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Who Should Get Shockwave Therapy? Who Shouldn’t?

March 10, 2023

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Female patient relaxing during shockwave therapy session

Shockwave therapy (also known as Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Technology , or EPAT) is a remarkable treatment that can increase blood flow to damaged tissues and encourage healing — all without the use of drugs or invasive techniques. Over the years, it has helped countless patients recover and move freely again. With that said, you might be wondering if it is right for you. Who should get shockwave therapy? Who should avoid it? Read this blog post to discover the answers.


How Can Shockwave Therapy Help to Heal Sports Injuries?

February 10, 2023

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Woman on track, preparing to run

Whether you enjoy playing sports as a hobby or you are in a competitive league, there is always the risk that you could face an injury. Each year, countless athletes have to deal with issues like sprains, strains, and other painful conditions that limit their ability to enjoy their favorite activities. Fortunately, there are treatments that can help you bounce back as soon as possible. How can shockwave therapy help to heal sports injuries? Read on below to find out.


Discover 6 Amazing Benefits of Prolozone

January 15, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — jamespinkston @ 3:47 pm
“Pain Relief” sign with arrow pointing to the right

If you struggle with musculoskeletal pain, there are lots of treatments that you might have tried. But have you heard about Prolozone? This remarkable therapy has helped countless patients to find relief from a range of bothersome ailments. Read on below to discover some of the amazing benefits of Prolozone.


An Introduction to Osteopathic Manipulative Therapy

December 16, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — jamespinkston @ 8:30 pm
Doctor performing osteopathic manipulative therapy on patient’s leg

Do you struggle with musculoskeletal pain? Are you looking for a non-invasive way to encourage your body to heal? It is possible that osteopathic manipulative therapy (OMT) may be able to help you. But what exactly is OMT? What does it involve? Whom can it help? Read on below to learn the basics of this effective, pain-relieving treatment.


How Does Regenerative Cell Therapy Work?

November 1, 2022

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Patient receiving injection as part of regenerative cell therapy

Regenerative medicine is a unique part of the healthcare world. It does not seek to merely manage symptoms. Rather, it strives to empower a patient’s own body to heal itself. There are a number of regenerative medicine treatments available, some of the most popular of which involve the use of stem cells. Read on below to learn what regenerative cell therapy is and what you can expect from the treatment process.


Do You Have Questions about Prolotherapy? We Have Answers!

October 9, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — jamespinkston @ 2:38 pm
Survey question asking if you know about prolotherapy in Asheville

Prolotherapy in Asheville has helped countless patients to enjoy improved mobility and a healthier body. Before you talk to a healthcare provider about this treatment, though, you may want to know more about it. This blog post provides answers to some frequently asked questions about this form of regenerative medicine.


How PRP Can Help Treat Osteoarthritis

September 13, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — jamespinkston @ 11:44 am
middle-aged man running

In the field of regenerative medicine, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is one of the most well-studied treatments, and it has been shown to be effective in helping relieve injuries in various parts of the body, particularly the joints. With this in mind, could it be a viable solution for osteoarthritis (OA)? Because PRP helps new healthy tissue grow, could it possibly reverse cartilage loss? Can it help a patient potentially avoid surgery?

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