Regenerative Medicine is the New Pain Management:
Treatment. Prevention. Maintenance.
3R (Regenerative Repair & Relief) is dedicated to preventative and regenerative care so that patients of all ages and all activity levels can maintain a healthy, pain-free life.
Where are you feeling pain or discomfort? Click the Symptom below to learn more.
Many factors can cause upper back pain, but a painful feeling experienced in the thoracic spine can actually be a symptom of a much more severe underlying problem. Both non-orthopedic and musculoskeletal disorders like cancerous tumors applying pressure on the spine can be a cause of upper back pain..LEARN MORE
The economic and social impacts of knee pain related to osteoarthritis are profound. Symptoms include pain in the knee when standing or walking, swelling, stiffness, weakness, instability, popping/crunching noises, inability to fully straighten the knee. Many patients find that..LEARN MORE
Like the low back, neck pain can come from many sources. The pain could be secondary to a muscle strain/spasm, facet joint inflammation and/or arthritis, herniated disk, spinal stenosis or pinched nerve. In today’s electronic age, we are looking at our phones more, sitting..LEARN MORE
The shoulder joint is formed by a combination of muscles and tendons designed to support the humerus (upper arm bone), shoulder blade (scapula), and collar bone. We have a great deal of range of motion that allows throwing motions and scratching our back. However this great flexibility..LEARN MORE
The elbow joint itself can cause pain as well as the inside (medial) and outside (lateral) aspects of the elbow, resulting in ‘tennis’ and ‘golfer’ elbows. Of course, you don’t have to play those sports to experience these kinds of repetitive motion injuries. The wrist and hand are complex..LEARN MORE
Arthritis is an illness characterized by pains and chronic aches in the joints. Some individuals can feel this pain so severe that they’re unable or find it difficult to move. Arthritis is a progressive disease that gets worse slowly with time. You must seek early treatment for arthritis-related pain..LEARN MORE
Neuropathic pain is most times explained as a burning or shooting pain. It is capable of stopping on its own, but most times, it is chronic—can be severe and unrelenting and also can come and go. This form of pain is often caused by a malfunctioning nervous system or nerve damage..LEARN MORE