Orthopedic Therapy Treatments

Orthopedic Injuries

and Arthritis

Take advantage of effective, non-surgical injection treatments from Kore Regenerative Medicine in Greater Denver, CO. Effective regenerative treatments require a skilled doctor to provide careful treatment and follow-up care. Dr. Quinn will develop a treatment plan that considers every aspect of your condition and maximizes your potential for regenerative healing. As a board-certified doctor, she will examine your overall health, as well as the area of injury, to develop a comprehensive treatment plan. You’ll notice the improved speed and quality of healing in whatever part of the body the injury occurred, and you’ll be back to living your optimal life quicker than ever.

Treat acute pain with regenerative treatments. The regenerative therapies offered at Kore Medicine will help you heal from acute injuries. Cells and platelets both stimulate the healing cascade within your body. This enables for a more complete recovery, in a quicker time period, than would happen on your own.

Treat chronic arthritic pain with regenerative treatments. Cells taken from your own body can be used to help improve symptoms of arthritis and pain. We can even treat hypermobile joints post-childbirth or car accidents with regenerative treatments.

You’ll be able to get back to training and working like usual with proper treatments. Visit our center for a consultation on your injury today.

Aesthetics

Regenerative therapies in aesthetics include platelet-rich plasma facials and cell facials. Using the regenerative properties of these unique cells, we can stimulate natural collagen production in the facial structures and give you a more youthful appearance. We generally recommend a series of 3 injections over 3 months for optimal results. These products are microneedled into your skin with a medical-grade needling device. If you choose you upgrade to the regenerative facelift, we will also inject the regenerative cells more deeply into your facial structures to further decrease fine lines, wrinkles, and scarring, and to slow the natural aging process.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

1. Can orthopedic/regenerative medicine help with my knee injury?

Orthopedic medicine can help with many, but not all knee injuries. The goal of orthopedic and regenerative medicine is to keep you out of the operating room. Depending on your specific condition, Dr. Quinn may offer you a few different injection choices so that you have less pain and heal more quickly. If Dr. Quinn does not believe that she can help you resolve your pain, she will recommend that you see another specialist.

2. Are PRP injections safe?

Platelet rich plasma (PRP) injections are extremely safe. The procedure is done by extracting your own blood, in a sterile tube, and centrifuging out the platelets. This is all done in a closed system, so contamination is not possible. Using your own blood ensures that you will not suffer an allergic reaction to the substance. Any time a needle is placed into your body, there is a small risk of infection, but this procedure is done under sterile conditions, and thus the risk of infection is almost non-existent.

3. What are the benefits of PRP vs. surgery for my knee injury?

Once you have surgery you can never go back. Surgery generally involves removing part of your body, or replacing it with a foreign object. Sometimes it just requires sutures, but it is always invasive. Surgery requires general anesthesia, time off of work, and often extensive physical therapy. Even though most surgeries are covered by insurance, the out of pocket expense for patients is still very high. PRP is minimally invasive. It is done with a needle injection only and does not require more than 90 minutes. Patients do not have general anesthesia, prolonged time off of work, and rarely require extensive physical therapy. Patients who elect to have PRP injections don’t require high dose pain medications after the procedure and experience improvement in their pain within the month.

4. How long do PRP injections take?

The entire procedure for PRP takes about 90 minutes. A patient’s blood is drawn and collected, then centrifuged over about 30 minutes, and then used for the actual injection. The PRP injection itself takes only about 10 minutes, depending on the area being injected.

5. Are PRP injections painful?

Any injection carries some degree of pain, afterall, it is a needle. Local anesthesia is applied prior to doing the PRP injection to help numb the area. Patients may also use nitrous to help mitigate some of the pain. The PRP injection is only slightly painful, if felt at all after the local anesthesia. Patients may experience pain for a few days after the procedure.

6. When can I start exercising after my PRP injection?

Most patients are back to exercising within 1-2 weeks after the procedure, if not sooner.

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