Safely Heal Tissue and Joint Damage Without The Side Effects
Epic Healthcare offers the highest quality non-surgical treatment options. Allografts are one of the most effective treatments available today to help in the regeneration of tendon injuries, ligament damage, and osteoarthritis.. Conditions like these are painful, immobilizing, and can be difficult to treat once scar tissue begins to form. Micro-tears in soft tissue from overuse, injury, or trauma can lead to painful inflammation in the joints and tendons. Overtime, scar tissue forms, making full recovery more and more difficult. This type of degeneration will continue to worsen unless treatment is applied to the damaged or weakened area.
Conventional treatments include prescription medications, steroid or cortisone injections, and surgery. These types of treatments may offer some pain relief; however, they often come with unpleasant side effects. Prescription medications, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) and steroid injections only mask the symptoms. Surgeries are irreversible and can create further complications.
Allografts can offer effective recovery and regeneration for a variety of conditions, including:
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Cartilage loss or bone-on-bone in knee, hip, low back, and shoulder
Safe and Ethical Treatment Options
At Epic Healthcare and Physical Medicine, we look forward to providing our community with the highest quality of healthcare with cutting-edge technology. With the use of Allografts our team has helped many of our patients at Epic healthcare and Physical Medicine heal partial tears of the rotator cuff, biceps tendinosis, shoulder sprains, lateral and medial epicondylitis, patellar tendinosis, meniscal tears, Osgood-Schlatters, ankle sprain, Achilles tendinosis, plantar fasciitis, and osteoarthritis. If you or a loved one are suffering and would like to get back the quality of life you enjoy, contact us today and schedule that first meaningful consultation.
Disclaimer: All reasonable efforts will be made to determine if you are a good candidate for an allograft treatment before the treatment is initiated. There are many factors which determine the amount of regeneration or repair an individual will experience. As such, receiving an allograft can not guarantee a specific amount of regeneration or repair and results will vary for each individual.