Regenerative Medicine & Biologic Therapies
Revolutionizing Healing with Biologics
& Shockwave Therapy
Welcome to the forefront of regenerative medicine advancements. Biologics and Shockwave Therapy are two cutting-edge approaches that harness the body’s innate healing power, offering an innovative solution for a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions.
Biologics, encompassing treatments such as Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP), Hyaluronic Acid (HA) and stem cell therapy, have gained widespread recognition for their remarkable ability to ignite the body’s inherent regenerative potential, effectively stimulating tissue repair. What makes these treatments truly groundbreaking is their incredible synergy when combined.
The collaboration of Shockwave Therapy and biologics ushers in a new era in patient care, addressing the body’s healing processes comprehensively. It involves breaking down tenacious scar tissue, mobilizing dormant stem cells, and enhancing the absorption of biologics, resulting in a remarkably efficient and effective healing process. Discover how this dynamic partnership is revolutionizing medicine for those in search of effective solutions.
Treatable Conditions Combining Pressure Wave (ESWT) With Biologic Injections
Benefits of Combining Pressure Wave Therapy (EPAT) With Biologic Injections
Shockwaves (EPAT) Break Down Scar Tissue at Injection Site
Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) is a highly effective method for breaking down scar tissue at the injection site. This treatment accelerates the healing process and tissue regeneration.
Vascular Tissue's Enhanced Permeability for Biologic Absorption
Vascular tissue exhibits heightened permeability, allowing for efficient absorption of biologic substances. This quality enables the rapid and effective delivery of therapeutic agents to the targeted area.
ESWT Mobilizes Stem Cell Recruitment to the Treatment Site
ESWT is instrumental in mobilizing stem cells to the treatment site. Stem cell recruitment enhances the body’s innate regenerative capacity, contributing to the overall healing process.
ESWT Induces Inflammation to Recruit Biologic for Subsequent Rounds of Activity
ESWT intentionally induces controlled inflammation, serving as a signal to attract biologic substances back to the injection site for subsequent rounds of therapeutic activity. This strategy ensures continued and enhanced healing effects.
Synergy of ESWT and Biologic Injections
The combination of ESWT and Biologic injections yields compelling results that surpass the outcomes of either treatment used in isolation. This integrated approach maximizes the therapeutic benefits for patients.
Distinguishing Your Practice with State-of-the-Art Regenerative Medicine Tools
Your practice sets itself apart from competitors by offering state-of-the-art regenerative medicine tools. These advanced techniques provide patients with the most effective and innovative treatment options available, emphasizing your commitment to delivering top-quality care.
STORZ Shockwave Therapy Devices
World class radial pressure wave (EPAT) and Focus shockwave therapy devices from STORZ Medical used for regenerative medicine.
Examine credible research findings from studies involving biologics and Shockwave therapy.
Hyaluronic Acid (HA), Platelet-Rich Plasm and Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) promote human chondrocyte regeneration in vitro and ESWT...
Mario Vetrano, Danilo Ranieri , Monica Nanni , Antonio Pavan, Florence Malisan , Maria Chiara Vulpiani, Vincenzo Visco
Use of Combined Shockwave Therapy and Platelet-Rich Plasma Injection for Management of Chronic Plantar Fasciitis in Runners
Jarnagin, McCormack, McInnis, Borg-Stein, Tenforde
Prospective clinical study on extracorporeal shock wave therapy combined with platelet-rich plasma injection for knee osteoarthritis
Wenzhen Su, Yongjie Lin, Guowei Wang, Zhen Geng, Zhengyu Wang, Dalong Hou, Beibei Suo
Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy Combined with Platelet-Rich Plasma during Preventive and Therapeutic Stages of Intrauterine Adhesion in a Rat Model
Yin-Hua Cheng, Ni-Chin Tsai, Yun-Ju Chen, Pei-Ling Weng, Yun-Chiao Chang, Jai-Hong Cheng, Jih-Yang Ko, Hong-Yo Kang, Kuo-Chung Lan