Regenerative Medicine Consultations
Your health is our number one priority. It is important for us to meet with you in person to fully assess all your orthopedic needs to ensure that we create the best possible treatment plan for you.
The path to recovery begins with a consultation with a Regenerative Medicine physician.
At your visit we will perform a comprehensive review of all your symptoms, medical history, medications, response to previous treatments, personal preferences and goals.
We will perform a complete physical examination including a biomechanical analysis. If you have had any imaging studies such as x-ray, MRI, or diagnostic ultrasound, these will be reviewed and explained. Additional tests will be considered if they contribute to establishing the diagnosis.
The Regenerative Medicine consultation expedites recovery and results in less wasted time and effort. After your consultation, we will discuss the benefits and risks of all treatment options allowing you to make an informed decision. By taking the time to fully examine your orthopedic condition we achieve the best results possible.
Naturopathic medicine strives to facilitate your innate self-healing abilities. It eliminates the underlying causes of illness rather than merely suppressing it’s symptoms. Naturopathic medicine doctors emphasize the prevention of disease by assessing risk factors, genetics, environment and susceptibility to disease, and by making suitable interventions in partnership with the patients to prevent disease.
Naturopathic medicine uses less invasive treatments to minimize the risk of side effects. Patient education and self-reliability support promotes the therapeutic potential of the doctor-patient relationship. Each person is treated as a whole person with an individualized treatment protocol.
Common services included:
- Personalized nutrition, wellness, and exercise regimens
- Bio-identical hormone replacement therapy
- Customized herbal formulas
- High quality food supplements
- Specialty lab testing (nutrients, hormones, toxicity, genomics, food allergies)
- Intravenous nutrient therapy when indicated
Acupuncture is a collection of procedures that involves the stimulation of points on the body using a variety of methods and techniques. According to the traditional Oriental medicine approach, stimulating specific acupuncture points corrects imbalances in the flow of “Qi” (Ch’i) through channels known as meridians. By inserting a needle in acupuncture points, the brain chemistry changes and promotes the body’s innate pain relieving mechanisms.
Acupuncture’s use for certain conditions has been endorsed by the United States National Institutes of Health, the National Health Service of the United Kingdom, the World Health Organization (WHO), and the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine.