Am I a Candidate for Tissue Regenerative Therapy?

Tissue regenerative therapy (TRT) is among the latest technologies in energy medicine. It is a non-invasive alternative to pain reduction and management. It is quite an effective pain treatment for your joints and other areas of your body.



How Does TRT Work?



Tissue regenerative therapy works by directing low-energy shock waves to the treatment area. It affects your nerves at a cellular level, causing the interruption of pain pathways. It results in healing the degenerative process causing the pain. 


It helps in creating new blood vessels. During TRT, specialized acoustic wave equipment generates soft waves. They produce tensile forces on the affected cells. Subsequently, this forces the pathological tissues to react.



Benefits of Tissue Regenerative Therapy



This form of therapy is often associated with several benefits, such as:


  • Improvement of your blood flow. Research shows that TRT enhances the release of immune factors and improved ATP. It encourages new blood vessels to develop at the affected treatment area.
  • Instant shutdown of the inflammatory process in the affected area. It usually results in sustained and immediate chronic pain relief. It also releases muscular tensions, leading to an improved range of motion. Tissue regenerative therapy can be quite beneficial for athletes.
  • Tissue regenerative therapy initiates the endogenous production of stem cells. The process helps your body heal from within.
  • The therapy is non-invasive and leaves no scarring.
  • No need for anesthesia. 
  • It has an expedited healing period and no downtime. The healing is immediate, ensuring you can get back to your life in no time.
  • It is cost-effective and offers high customer satisfaction.



Who Is a Good Candidate for Tissue Regenerative Therapy?



While TRT is a highly recommended procedure, it may not be the ideal therapy for others. You are a suitable candidate for TRT if:


  • You are in good overall health. You should not be suffering from heart disease, high blood pressure, or diabetes.
  • You are within an optimal weight bracket for your age and height. If you are overweight, your doctor will recommend losing weight before the procedure. Excess weight might interfere with the recovery process.
  • You are suffering from chronic tendinopathy. Some of the areas treatable using TRT include the Achilles and plantar fascia. Others include the rectus femoris and peroneal.
  • You require a reduction of stretch marks. It is also effective in reducing the production of cellulite.
  • You are suffering from tendinitis, carpal tunnel, plantar fasciitis, or trigger finger.


However, the procedure is not for patients who are breastfeeding or pregnant. The shock waves are not healthy when in such conditions.



Why Choose Tissue Regenerative Therapy?



TRT is a non-surgical, safe, FDA-certified procedure. It is effective in treating chronic pain in muscles and joints inflammation. More recently, experts have also used this treatment to achieve firmer, smoother skin. It aims to achieve less noticeable cellulite.


Although TRT requires no downtime, experts recommend taking it easy after the treatment. You should seek medical attention from a professional. If you prefer a non-invasive treatment for joint pain, TRT is perfect for you.


For more on tissue regenerative therapy, visit Dr. Dan Kirschner Chiropractic at our office in Arcadia or Sarasota, Florida. You can call (863) 494-7110 or (941) 214-6150 today to schedule an appointment.

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