Aging isn’t for the faint of heart. With every passing year, the risk of degenerative disease like diabetes, kidney disease, osteoarthritis, Parkinson’s, and Alzheimer’s increases. Then there’s stroke, which is still the leading cause of death and disability on the planet.
With every pharmaceutical executive bust, Americans are waking up to the outrageous prices and dangerous side effects of traditional medications. Not to mention the risks and repercussions of surgery.
It’s becoming more and more obvious that the future of healing lies in regenerative medicine. And that medicine is delivered via natural means: Shockwave therapy and PRP injections.
If aching, throbbing, or shooting pain in the knee or shoulder is impeding your work, fun and lifestyle, you’re not alone. More than 25 million American adults have struggled with chronic musculoskeletal-related pain for the last three months of their lives.
ESWT is an innovative pain management solution. The shockwave is not an “electric shock” but an audible, physical sound wave. Many years of experience, since the 1980’s in fact, have confirmed that certain pathological alterations of tendons, ligaments, capsules, muscles and bones – the root causes of your pain – can be eliminated systematically with this non-invasive therapy approach. In modern pain therapy, shock wave energy is applied to the painful body regions. There it can accelerate the healing process in the body by stimulating the metabolism by improving blood circulation and can regenerate and fully heal damaged tissue.
Unlike traditional medicine practitioners who use arthroscopic surgery to repair injuries by removing tissue, bone, or cartilage, Rise regenerative practitioners strive to heal the root causes of pain by stimulating the body to regenerate its own damaged cells. Then, after eradicating the pain, we strive to nurture the whole body to prevent it from returning. The long term goal? Regenerative medicine aims to develop cures for diseases and injuries once believed to be permanent or incurable.