Because of its complexity, the shoulder is the most dynamic joint in your body. So it’s no surprise that after the knee, a damaged shoulder is the second most common sports injury. For shoulder pain due to conditions and injuries such as osteoarthritis, rotator cuff, labrum tears, and many other degenerative conditions, options such as steroid injections or invasive surgery leave much to be desired — and post-surgical recovery is often lengthy and painful and may lead to other problems and not fully address the root cause of the biomechanical issue.
Regenerative Medicine for Shoulder Pain through The Trinity Method may be used to treat the injured, painful, or poorly functioning wrist and return you to a healthy state without invasive surgery or downtime.
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and Exosomes injection for the shoulder.
Platelet-rich plasma therapy harnesses the power of your body’s own growth factors to regenerate tissue. To produce PRP, our medical professional will take a blood sample and put it into a machine called a centrifuge. This machine spins at a rapid rate, which separates the components of the blood. Our medical professional then extracts the platelets for the injection in your shoulder.
Exosomes are extracellular vesicles: tiny, fluid-filled sacs that exist outside of the cells inside your body. They communicate with other cells and facilitate essential functions like transferring DNA, RNA, and proteins to other cells in your body. By communicating with other cells, exosomes help heal damaged tissue, improve neural communication, and increase vascularization in your shoudler.
The combination of PRP and exosomes provides faster relief, faster return to activity, and decreased swelling at the injection site. Click here to read more.
Common Shoulder Injuries we address:
The Trinity Method can help treat various health conditions, especially those related to your feet, ankle joints, muscles, and tendons. Common conditions that a PRP and exosomes injection may treat include:
- Cartilage tear.
- Rotator cuff tear.
- Frozen shoulder.
Who is a Candidate for Shoulder Regenerative Medicine?
Anyone suffering from joint pain or musculoskeletal injuries in the shoulder e may qualify for The Trinity Method.
An initial consultation with one of the medical experts at Hope Health & Wellness will determine if Regenerative medicine is right for you. During this consultation, we will review your medical history, discuss your current state of health, and confirm that you are a treatment candidate.
FIT PROGRAM Techniques
During your FIT sessions, our goal is to facilitate an inflammatory response in the area, which reactivates PRP and exosomes to increase growth factors and reduce inflammation during the regeneration process.
This program utilizes the following techniques and treatments to increase the PRP and exosome growth factors:
Cold Laser Therapy
Cold laser therapy is low-intensity laser therapy that stimulates healing while using low levels of light. Helps to repair the annular tear in your disc.
Deep Tissue Neuromuscular Therapy
Reduces muscle spasms and improves range of motion.
Promotes revascularization and stimulates the healing process of connective tissue, including tendons and ligaments, reducing pain and improving function.
Pulsed Electromagnetic Frequency- stimulates blood flow to improve healing
Opens your disc space and reduces the pressure on the disc. During treatment, we use magnetic frequency to reduce the size of your disc.
The goal is to realign the vertebrae in your spine or joints that are out of place and improve joint mobility.
A form of high-frequency electrical wave stimulation that uses electricity to contract muscle tissue.
Physical therapy is designed for each individual to promote core stability and flexibility.
Why Hope Health & Wellness?
Our commitment to providing the highest level of care by custom-designing your program to meet your specific needs and goals.
Cutting Edge Technology
We offer the most innovative technology and techniques in the field to get faster results for your recovery.
Pledge of Excellence
We aim to inspire “Hope” and enhance clinical education and research so that we can continue leading the industry with the latest treatment to ensure outstanding patient outcomes.