Joint Pain


Have you recently experienced sudden hip or knee pain? Or have you been in chronic joint pain for quite some time and are ready to get back to feeling better? A regenerative approach for joint pain with us might just be what you need for overall wellness. Here's everything to know about the different regenerative therapies for joint pain.

What is Joint Pain?

Joint pain can affect one or several joints in your body, including the shoulders, wrists, knees, elbows, and hips. Pain in the joints can either be acute or chronic in nature and can be caused due to several diseases or illnesses such as:

  • arthritis
  • viral infections
  • gout
  • fractures
  • runner's knee and other knee injuries
  • bone and joint infections
  • sprains

What to Expect During a Regenerative Joint Pain Session

If you've never had a regenerative joint pain session, you might be wondering what to expect during your first appointment. A certified physician at Scott Wagner Integrated Medicine will begin by asking you a comprehensive set of questions to determine your current health, including symptoms and joint pain severity. From there, your doctor will prescribe a form of regenerative therapy that's right for you based on your lifestyle and health needs.

During your actual appointment, you will experience a minimally invasive procedure. Effectiveness depends on the patient's body and its ability to stimulate its healing mechanisms. Most patients may feel an increase in wellness after just one session, but others may require an additional appointment before experiencing long-lasting pain relief.

Effective joint pain treatments require an accurate evaluation and prompt care using safe, effective regenerative techniques.

For more information about regenerative approaches to joint pain, contact Scott Wagner Integrated Medicine at (434) 978-4888.

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