Ozone injections are becoming increasingly popular for treating joint and tendon pain. According to a study published in the Journal Pain of Medicine in 2018, ozone injections are a safe and effective way to reduce pain and improve function. This pain relief can last up to six months, and the injections can be used to treat a wide range of conditions including degenerative joint diseases, sports injuries, and tendonitis.
High fibrinogen is a natural protein that is produced by the liver and plays an important role in the clotting of the blood. When levels of this protein become too high, it can lead to a variety of chronic heart conditions.
Peripheral neuropathy is a condition that affects the peripheral nerves, which can cause pain, numbness, and tingling in the arms and legs. Red light therapy is a relatively new technology that emits red light onto the skin and has been suggested to potentially help reduce the discomfort associated with peripheral neuropathy.
It is estimated that up to 20 million Americans suffer from peripheral neuropathy, and the condition can be caused by a range of factors, such as diabetes, chemotherapy, and trauma. Red light therapy has been shown to potentially reduce inflammation and pain associated with peripheral neuropathy. In a study published in the Journal of Photomedicine and Laser Surgery, researchers found that red light therapy decreased pain, fatigue, and improved nerve conduction velocity in patients with peripheral neuropathy.
Stem cells are a “hot button” topic in the healthcare realm. They hold the promise of advanced healing and even anti-aging. CPMC offers the very best allograft (tissue transplant delivered with a syringe) containing the very best form of stem cells.
First of all NONE of the stem cell rich products utilized by CPMC include material harvested from abortions. This practice has been banned in the US (and hopefully remains that way).
These allografts are harvested from voluntary mothers who have been thoroughly tested for communicable diseases before a normal C-section birth. Instead of disposing of the afterbirth the allograft laboratory harvests the Wharton’s Jelly (WJ) portion of the umbilical cord. The WJ is the “tenderloin” of the cord that is rich in stem cells and growth factors that speed healing in joints, nerves, and virtually ANY damaged tissue.
CPMC is proud to be the first clinic in Columbus to offer this incredible technology to our patients.
Medical Shockwave therapy describes the use of pulsed sound waves delivered to injured or damaged tissues to speed recovery. The Storz pulse wave machine has the most clinical research for its use in rapid healing of tendon and joint conditions.
CPMC is dedicated to being the leader in regenerative medicine and the pulse wave is an integral part of our healing protocols. A sound wave is generated from the machine that passes into the damaged tissue with little pain. This activates the internal healing mechanisms both locally and systemically to speed up the repair. The patients will experience decreased pain, improved blood flow, and improved movement. Repeated treatments have even been shown to activate local stem cell activity in the treated areas!