- Regenexx™ cell-based Regenerative Injection Treatments with autologous (patient’s own) super concentrated (7-20x) and purified acellular (no white or red blood cells) platelet rich plasma (PRP), stem cells from autologous bone marrow aspiration and concentration (BMC), and from autologous fat (lipoaspiration and purification).
- Orthopedic Medicine: including diagnostic and therapeutic injections into joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, and nerves (spine and extremities).
- Treatment of Nerve Compression Syndromes such as carpal tunnel (median nerve at the wrist), cubital tunnel (ullnar nerve at the elbow), tarsal tunnel (tibial nerve at the ankle), etc. with ultrasound guided neuroplasty (hydro-dissection).
- Neural therapy.
- Fluoroscopic (x-ray) and Ultrasound guided injections.
- Conscious sedation for injections.
- PRP/PL, Sarapin and steroid nerve blocks and epidural injections.
- Diagnostic Musculoskeletal Ultrasound
- Osteopathic Diagnosis and Manipulative Treatment: including fascial release, facilitated positional release, muscle energy, HVLA, cranial, indirect and direct techniques.
- Medical Acupuncture
- Nutriceutical and pharmaceutical treatment.
- On site Physical Therapy.
- Sacroiliac (SI) joint pain and dysfunction
- Iliolumbar and SI ligament pain (Failed Back Syndrome)
- Disc degeneration and herniation/bulge
- Spinal stenosis
- Facet joint (Cervical, Thoracic, and Lumbar) syndromes
- Facet joint pain and osteoarthritis
- Rib joint (costotransverse and costochondral) pain and dysfunction . Clay Shoveler’s syndrome
- Cervical migraine / cervicogenic headache
- Cervical vertigo
- Occipital neuritis
- Rotator cuff tears and tendinosis
- Biceps tendinosis
- Frozen shoulder (glenohumeral capsulitis)
- AC Joint pain, AC separation and arthritis
- Glenohumeral (shoulder) joint pain and arthritis
- Recurrent shoulder dislocation / subluxation
- Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS)
- Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylosis)
- Pseudo tennis elbow (radial nerve entrapment)
- Golfer’s elbow (medial epicondylosis)
- Pitcher’s elbow (ulnar collateral ligament sprain)
- Calcific tendinosis
- Radioulnar (proximal and distal) joint sprain
- Cubital Tunnel Syndrome (Ulnar nerve entrapment)
- Pronator syndrome (Median nerve entrapment)
- Patellar tendon tears and tendinosis
- Patellar subluxation/dislocation/tracking error
- Patello-femoral pain and chondromalacia
- Osgood-Schlatter’s disease
- Quadriceps tendon tears and tendinosis
- Baker’s (popliteal) cyst
- Meniscal tears and degeneration
- ACL/PCL/collateral ligament tears
- Pes bursitis / tendinosis
- Proximal tibiofibular joint pain/laxity/arthritis
Wrists & Hands
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (Median nerve entrapment)
- Guyon’s Tunnel Syndrome (Ulnar nerve entrapment)
- Wrist, thumb, and finger joint pain and osteoarthritis
- Wrist and finger joint instability
- Skier’s thumb
- De Quervain’s tenosynovitis
- Trigger finger
- Wrist tendinosis
- TFCC tears
- Dupuytren’s contracture
- Sacroiliac (SI) joint pain and dysfunction
- Sacrotuberous/sacrospinous/sacroiliac ligament sprain and pain
- Piriformis Syndrome, tendinosis and tears
- Obturator Internus and gluteal tendinosis and tears
- Peri-Trochanteric pain syndrome (“trochanteric bursitis”)
- Ischial bursitis and tendinosis
- Iliotibial band friction syndrome (snapping hip)
- Psoas tendinosis (snapping hip) and tears
- Hamstring and adductor (groin)tendinosis and tears
- Hip joint hypermobility / subluxation
- Hip joint osteoarthritis
- Hip capsulitis
- Hip labral tears
- Femoroacetabular impingement
- Osteonecrosis femoral head
- Pubalgia / pubic symphysis pain
- Meuralgia Paresthetica (Lateral femoral nerve entrapment)
- Shin splints (tendinosis and stress fractures)
Ankles & Feet
- Acute and chronic high and low ankle sprains
- Ankle, subtalar, and midfoot joint osteoarthritis and pain . Achilles tendinosis and tears
- . Plantar fasciitis
- Posterior tibial tendinosis and tears
- Ankle tendinosis and tears
- Peroneal tendinosis, tenosynovitis, and tears
- Lisfranc Injury
- Bunions / osteoarthritis of the great toe
- Bunionette / osteoarthritis of the little toe
- Morton’s neuroma
Osteopathic tenets include:
- The body is self healing and self regulating.
- Structure affects function and function affects structure; they are always inter-related.
- The body is a unit. One cannot treat any part in isolation from the whole.
- A physician should always try to facilitate normal body function, before resorting to suppression or substitution.
We carefully evaluate every patient with a detailed history, complete biomechanical, structural, and neuromusculoskeletal physical examination in order to diagnose all contributing factors to a patient’s condition, and to formulate a comprehensive treatment plan.