Have you or a loved one been suffering from post-surgical pain, back pain, or lingering sports injuries that keep you up at night? Oklahoma Pain Center (405-752-9600) and its regenerative therapy program might be just what the doctor ordered! Learn more at https://oklahomapaincenter.com/regeneration-therapy
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Whether you fell off a cliff or a couch, chronic pain can be
enormously debilitating - to the point of controlling your life and all
the decisions, small and big, that you make.
Stem cell therapies, which provide
the means to create working cells
of human tissue, can be used for
both organ transplantation and pain
Oklahoma Pain Center practices four different types of regeneration therapy:
platelet rich plasma (PRP) treatment, amniotic fluid treatment, exosomes
therapy, and mesenchymal stem cell (MSC) transplantation.
Exosome treatment, for example, is
considered an ideal option if you have
an autoimmune disease, chronic
inflammation, or degenerative
muscular, bone, or joint diseases.
You receive a customized treatment plan in accordance
with your own particular biology and set of symptoms.
Led by chronic pain specialist Dr.
Blake Kelley MD, Oklahoma Pain
Center offers hope to people
struggling with long-term pain.
By using the body’s own stem cells to mitigate pain and inflammation and
repair damaged tissue, regenerative therapy takes advantage of the human
body’s natural ability to heal itself.
The clinic employs a multi-disciplinary
team-based approach to treatment,
using the knowledge and skills of top-
flight specialists to ensure optimal,
comprehensive patient care.
These physicians collaborate to create and implement
treatment plans tailored to meet each individual's unique
condition and needs.
One recent patient commented:
"I have had nothing but positive
experiences with the Oklahoma
This holds true from the receptionists to the nursing staff and the
clinical staff, physicians, and nurse practitioners."
You never know; your best days
- on the court, field, or couch -
may still be ahead of you!
Go to https://www.oklahomapaincenter.com for more info!