SHOULDER & NECK CONDITIONS
Advanced Shoulder & Neck Treatment
Shoulder pain and loss of function fixed without surgery or steroid injections .
Many people don’t believe that shoulder problem can be fixed without painful invasive surgery. But this is now possible with Buckeye Regenerative & Physical Medicine advanced therapies. We have a team of seasoned healthcare professionals with several years of experience in regenerative procedures and alternatives to surgery. Our modern platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and regenerativecell procedures can alleviate shoulder pain resulting from tendritis, ligament sprains, bursitis, acromio-clavicular joint dysfunction, rotator cuff tears, and many more. The long-established treatments for shoulder conditions such as medication for inflammation, physical therapy, cortisone shots and surgery are no longer the only option.
Alleviate shoulder conditions and shoulder pain
Buckeye Regenerative & Physical Medicine surgeons utilize your body’s own cells to rebuild and strengthen the damaged tissues. And with just as little as one visit you can be on the road to living a life free of pain. We will begin your healing process on the initial visit. So visit us and alleviate your shoulder pain today!
With as little as one visit to our providers, you can be on the road to living a pain free life. Our same-day in-office procedure treats the underlying condition and damage causing your pain. Our doctors utilize your body’s own cells, which reside in your blood, bone marrow, and fat, to rebuild and strengthen damaged tissue. We can start your healing process on the initial visit. Alleviate your shoulder pain today!
Commonly treated shoulder conditions at Buckeye Regenerative & Physical Medicine
Using Buckeye Regenerative & Physical Medicines regenerative procedures we can treat the following shoulder conditions. This list does not contain all the conditions we treat, so please contact us to find out if we can treat your condition.
- Rotator cuff tears
- Acromio-clavicular join dysfunction and pain
- Glenohumeral ligament sprains
- Post-traumatic shoulder arthritis
- Biceps tendinosis
- Osteoarthritis of the shoulder
- Distal biceps tendon partial tear
- Labrum tears of the shoulder