Posted on Dec 3rd 2019
Fighting chronic pain on a daily basis? Find it difficult to go up and down stairs, mow the lawn, even enjoy a walk outside? We know how painful and debilitating it can be when you are dealing with chronic pain. At Chronic Care of Richmond & Regenerative Medicine, we believe that it’s possible to relieve chronic knee pain without surgery.
Here are a few helpful tips on how to treat and relieve pain symptoms at home.
Posted on Jan 26th 2019
Life expectancy is on the rise. The problem? While science has found ways to keep us alive for longer, the medical community is struggling to help people age without debilitating chronic pain. But part of the potential solution is already here: stem cells.
Medical studies are increasingly showing that the relationship between stem cells and aging can help us to solve many of the problems associated with aging. This had wide ranging implications, such as helping lowering patient dependency on prescription medication and drastically reducing (or even eliminating) chronic pain.
Posted on Jan 17th 2019
The medical community and scientific studies alike promote the efficacy of stem cells in the management of chronic pain, however, it is still widely underutilized. Patients will often turn to NSAIDs or surgery to help alleviate their symptoms, without being aware of the positive benefits of stem cells.
In this discussion, we will show you how this procedure can activate your body's own healing power to rejuvenate your cells, alleviate symptoms of a wide range of issues causing chronic pain, and help slow down the aging process.
Posted on Jan 14th 2019
Chronic knee problems are debilitating. They're painful. And they stop you from doing the things you love. We know that some of you have been suffering for many years, having tried absolutely everything with little to no results. And now, you feel like you've come to your last resort: A complete knee replacement surgery.
Posted on Jan 2nd 2019
We all know the saying, "you are what you eat," and for many of us the foods we eat are actually contributing to pain and inflammation. For many of us (almost a third of Americans, in fact), chronic pain is a companion that won't leave our side. No matter what we do. Daily activities such as chores around the house, picking up (grand)kids, or even dressing in the morning, are difficult.