Our treatments have always been focused on you. We have designed research based protocols that help your body restore itself. It’s our desire to see you thrive just as you did before by using healthy, safe, and trusted treatments.
Under the care of Dr. Yeargan, an Orthopedic Surgeon and Molecular Immunobiologist, your future has never had more options.
Check out the trending treatments the Regenerative Medicine Clinic is now offering.
We have traditionally recommended only FDA cleared regenerative medicine treatments at the Regenerative Medicine Clinic. We realize that our patients are highly educated and have sought out alternative regenerative treatments like PRP, Wharton’s jelly and amnionic fluid treatments based on their own research. For that reason, we will begin offering these treatments on an individual basis. If you have been told that one of these treatments is ideal for you schedule a consultation today.
At your consultation we will be able to explain what you can expect with these other treatments that are growing in popularity.
We are excited to offer you more options for your care while still observing our high level of safety and precaution that we maintain for your well-being. We are willing to proceed with whichever treatment is best for you but will still refuse to use any product containing living cells that do not originate from the patient receiving treatment. The documented risk in the transmission of malignancy is real in this setting and the benefits do not outweigh the risk for our patients. Transferring living cells from one human to another can have grave consequences and are outside of the scope of any regenerative practice. We recommend you find out exactly which cells are used for your treatment. Chances are that it’s not what you think. There has been a steady rise in the use of unsafe biologics by other practices. We’re happy to explain it all at no cost to you because we love the field and care about people and education.
Platelet rich plasma and amnionic fluid products have a role in the setting of treating orthopedic surgical pain but it’s limited. We have the expertise to help explain how they work, why it might work for you, and for how long you can expect the results to last.