Repair and regenerate

Plantar Fasciitis is one of the most common causes of heel pain.  It involves inflammation of a thick band of tissue that runs across the bottom of your foot and connects your heel bone to your toes (plantar fascia). Plantar fasciitis commonly causes stabbing pain that usually occurs with your first steps in the morning. As you get up and move more, the pain normally decreases, but it might return after long periods of standing or after rising from sitting.

Do not ignore plantar fasciitis…Ignoring plantar fasciitis may result in chronic heel pain that hinders your regular activities. Changing the way you walk to minimize plantar fasciitis pain might lead to foot, knee, hip or back problems.

During Stem Cell Recruitment Therapy, your physician will inject amniotic fluid into the exact areas of damage of the plantar fascia. The amniotic fluid will target the inflammation and then help to promote the body’s own healing components within your blood to help rebuild and regenerate new, healthy tissue on the plantar fascia. Best of all, you can stay active after your injection.

To find a physician that performs Stem Cell Recruitment near you, call us directly or fill out our online physician referral form. One of our physician referral coordinators will work with you to take the next steps toward recovery. Let’s talk today!

Best of all, your downtime will be a fraction of surgery, with little to no need for pain medications or time off of work. Call our physician referral coordinators today to get started on your path to recovery!

Other Foot Conditions

To find a physician that performs Stem Cell Recruitment near you, call us directly or fill out our online request form. One of our patient care coordinators will work with you to take the next steps toward recovery. Let’s talk today!

Osteoarthritis of the ankle leads to tenderness, pain, swelling, stiffness, and even an inability to bear weight that in turn change how you walk leading to additional stress on other parts of the foot and increased likelihood of additional injury. When arthritis reaches a point where quality of life is significantly compromised, you may be recommended to undergo ankle fusion surgery or ankle joint replacement surgery. Both of these surgical options come with significant downtime and a need for pain management.

During Stem Cell Recruitment Therapy, your physician will inject amniotic fluid into the exact areas to tighten and stabilize your ankle for better function and mobility. The amniotic fluid will target the inflammation and then help to promote the body’s own healing components within your blood to help rebuild and regenerate the damaged cartilage. Best of all, your downtime will be a fraction of surgery, with little to no need for pain medications or time off of work.

Tendonitis can happen to athletes, runners and people who are on their feet a lot. Tendonitis is a classic overuse injury and impacts a specific tendon within the foot, the posterior tibial tendon. Most commonly, patients with tendonitis complain of pain and swelling on the inward side of the foot and ankle, and occasionally have an unsteady gait. Many patients report a recent ankle sprain, although some will have had no recent injury.

The initial treatment of tendonitis is conservative approach that is focused on resting the tendon to allow for healing. Unfortunately, even eliminating everything but normal walking may not adequately allow for the tendon to rest sufficiently.

During Stem Cell Recruitment Therapy, your physician will inject amniotic fluid into the exact areas of damage. The amniotic fluid will target the inflammation and then help to promote the body’s own healing components within your blood to help heal the damage on the tendon sheath. Best of all, you can still stay active after your injection.

To find a physician that performs Stem Cell Recruitment near you, call us directly or fill out our online physician referral form. One of our physician referral coordinators will work with you to take the next steps toward recovery. Let’s talk today!

Treatment is covered by most insurance policies.

Amniotic fluid injections are often covered by Workers’ Comp., Medicare, VA, and TriCare. Consult your physician to see if you are covered or call us at 954 361-3343.