Injection Therapy as an Alternative to Shoulder Surgery or Joint Replacements

RegenerVate Medical Injection Therapy treats:

  1. Tendon Injuries and Rotator Cuff Tears
  2. Shoulder Joint Arthritis and Joint Replacement Alternatives
  3. Acromioclavicular Joint Arthritis and Surgery Alternatives

Using Injection Therapy for Tendon Injuries and Rotator Cuff Tears

Torn tendons of the shoulder, especially the 'supraspinatus' and 'biceps' tendons, are a common source of shoulder pain. Unfortunately, in the majority of cases of these torn rotator cuffs in people over 40, they do not heal on their own, and may be a source of ongoing shoulder pain. RegenerVate Medical Injection Therapy is a great way to deal with these injuries.

Injection Therapy as a Shoulder Joint Arthritis Treatment

Arthritis of many types can affect the shoulder (glenohumeral) joint, which is a ball­and­socket joint. Many people with shoulder arthritis also have tendon tears these patients are usually poor candidates for surgery, as this combination of problems negatively affects surgical outcomes. Injection therapy is a great alternative if shoulder joint pain is persistent.

Injection Therapy for Acromioclavicular Joint Arthritis

This is the joint on top of the shoulder, often producing a visible bump in this area, and chronic pain in some individuals. Trying to help regenerate the inside of this joint, rather than operating, can help many patients with this type of shoulder joint pain.

There are better alternatives to surgery or joint replacements for shoulder pain or torn rotator cuffs, like our injection therapy. Contact a RegenerVate clinic to see how we can fix your shoulder, naturally!

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