The regeneration process can be triggered by:
1. Injections of chondropreparants. Unparalleled in the world, the SSRB (Solid State Reactive Blending) technology of solid-phase stabilization of hyaluronic acid restores the function of the musculoskeletal system without the use of chemicals.
2. In the innovative PRP therapy, platelet-rich plasma from the patient is injected into the place on the body requiring the quickest healing, thus accelerating regeneration and stimulating the growth of the body's own cells.
3. In SVF (stromal vascular fraction) therapy, the affected joints are treated by injecting stem cells derived from the patient's adipose tissue and blood plasma.
The treatment program includes consultations with allied specialists (orthopaedic traumatologist, neurologist, restorative medicine doctor). The above program allows for the treatment of spinal pain caused by osteochondrosis, including the treatment of herniated discs, both uncomplicated and complicated by manifestations of neurodystrophic and reflex syndromes, and the consequences of compression syndromes.
Therapy is also conducted in cases of shoulder pain caused by:
- periarthritis humeroscapularis (frozen shoulder);
- supraspinatus syndrome (impingement syndrome);
- osteoarthritis of the acromioclavicular junction;
- tendon disease (tendinopathy);
- chronic pain;
- myofascial syndrome (involuntary muscle contraction accompanied by intense pain).
Therapy is also conducted in cases of elbow pain caused by:
- lateral epicondylitis resulting from muscular overstrain (tennis player's elbow);
- medial epicondylitis (caused by triggering factors) (golfer's elbow);
- false epicondylitis (a chronic condition);
- bursitis of the elbow joint (inflammation of the joint capsule);
- inflammation of the elbow tendon.
Therapy is also conducted in cases of pain in the hip caused by:
- coxarthrosis (osteoarthritis of the hip joints);
- trochanteritis (soft tissue disease of the femoral trochanter);
- the rectus-adductor syndrome (complex changes and pain in the groin area);
- myofascial pain syndrome (neurological disorder); impingement syndrome (tendon impingement of the supraspinous muscle).
Therapy is also conducted in cases of pain in the knee caused by:
- gonarthrosis (deforming arthritis of the knee joint);
- patellofemoral pain syndrome (pain in the intercondylar sulcus of the femur and/or patella);
- tearing of the meniscus/ligaments of the knee joint;
- tendon injury to the patellar tendon ligament (jumper's knee);
- damage to the goosefoot tendonitis
Therapy is also conducted in cases of pain in the foot caused by:
- plantar fasciitis, an inflammatory process in the plantar fascia (heel spur);
- osteoarthritis of the first metatarsophalangeal joint;
- inflammation of the foot tendons.
In general, a comprehensive recovery program provides the following effects:
- pain relief;
- triggering the regeneration of cartilage tissue;
- restoration of mobility in the affected joint;
- reducing the size and volume of a herniated disc, or even its complete disappearance, eliminating the cause of pain and other symptoms caused by the hernia;
- this process of resorption (reduction) of the hernia is well understood and is a natural process for the body;
- improvement of heart and vascular function;
- improvement of blood supply to the brain.