Regenerative musculoskeletal medicine is best when dealing with common issues related to aging or overuse or improper use of a body part, causing pain.

Your body’s musculoskeletal system includes bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments and soft tissues. These all work together to support your body’s weight load and help you move freely.

Injuries, disease and aging can cause pain, stiffness and other painful conditions with movement and function.

What are the signs and symptoms of musculoskeletal injuries?

  • Pain in the hands, arms, hips, shoulders, elbows, neck, back, legs or feet.

  • Swelling, numbness, tingling and a feeling of heaviness and/or tiredness in the affected area.

  • Some people can experience multiple symptoms due to more than one injury.

Musculoskeletal pain is actually one of the most common medical conditions, affecting approximately one-third of adults in the United States.

That number is growing greatly, due to inescapable aging and growing population.

People tend to explain it as their entire body aching.

Or, that their muscles feel as they have been pulled or overworked with the most common symptoms being pain, fatigue or a disruption in sleep patterns.

Regenerative musculoskeletal medicine can help!

Regenerative musculoskeletal medicine

How is musculoskeletal pain diagnosed and treated?

Musculoskeletal pain and disorders can be treated by a number of different medical technique.

Diagnosing musculoskeletal pain requires a licensed, certified physician.

At Nona, we begin by reviewing your medical history, looking for possible causes of your pain (labor intensive work conditions, sports, repetitive motions, bad sleep positions, aging, etc.)

Finally, we may request X-rays, blood tests, CT scans or MRIs, to know the physical extent of that pain.

Once the cause of your pain has been identified, we will go through treatment options available to you.

For acute pain, physical therapy, exercise programs, analgesics (such as acetaminophen), non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and injections are all possibilities.

For those patients suffering from more severe pain, regenerative medicine treatments may be a great option.

There are a number of cell based options that can greatly reduce or eliminate the pain by addressing the root of the pain. (where it does stem from).