If chronic joint pain or an autoimmune disease isn’t improving with medications and other treatments, it may be time to consider the power of regenerative therapy. Andrew J. Rochman, MD, is highly experienced in customizing regenerative therapy plans to help your body heal itself and alleviate pain and other symptoms. At his Plainview, New York, office, Dr. Rochman offers comprehensive care and educational resources to help you get the most out of regenerative therapy. Learn more about your options for regenerative therapy treatments by calling the office or by making an appointment online.
Regenerative therapy is an innovative treatment option for numerous chronic health conditions. This type of therapy is known as regenerative medicine, which harnesses your body’s ability to heal.
Dr. Rochman withdraws a sample of these cells and reintroduces them into areas of the body damaged by injury or disease in a convenient, in-office procedure.
The versatility of regenerative medicine makes them an ideal treatment option for regenerating many different areas of the body damaged by underlying disease or injury. Dr. Rochman may recommend regenerative therapy to alleviate symptoms and complications of:
Dr. Rochman may be able to address other health issues with regenerative medicine after a full review of your condition and your medical history.
After Dr. Rochman introduces the regenerative medicine into the treatment area, it takes time for new cells to generate and begin to heal your injury or improve your chronic condition.
Typically, within four to six weeks of treatment, you begin to notice a lessening of your pain and other symptoms and improved mobility in the affected area.
Dr. Rochman can monitor your healing process in follow-up appointments to determine how effective regenerative therapy is for your condition.
Because Dr. Rochman uses your body’s own supply of regenerative medicine to treat chronic health conditions, there’s little risk for complications associated with a rejection of the cells.
As with any injection, there is a slight risk of infection at the injection site. You may also have some swelling and bruising in the treatment area that resolves on its own within a few days.
Typically, you can expect to resume your usual activities immediately after treatment. However, Dr. Rochman may recommend limiting strenuous exercise for a few days.
Find out if regenerative therapy is a good treatment option for your chronic health condition by calling Andrew J. Rochman, MD, or request an appointment online today.