Orthobiologic Therapy

The overarching goal of Orthobiologic Therapy is to heal damaged tissue and help restore normal function, by stimulating and recruiting the body’s inherent restorative capabilities. Only natural substances or cells taken directly form the body are used. In this way your healing can occur without the use of steroids or opioids.

Perineural Injection Therapy (PIT)

Uses superficial injections of dilute Dextrose (sugar) solutions in inflamed areas to heal chronic pain due to peripheral nerve dysfunction. It promotes healing of injured nerves and restoration of tissue function.

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

Uses a high concentration of your own blood cells (platelets) that contain growth and healing proteins, which stimulate repair and healing of damaged tissues. It enhances healing of injured joints, tendons, ligaments, or muscles. Blood is drawn and then processed by spinning in a centrifuge to isolate and concentrate the platelets and other growth factors. These fractions are then injected into the injured tissue using Ultrasound or Fluoroscopic X-ray to inject the material with precision.


Prolotherapy utilizes an injection of concentrated sugar and local anesthetic to stimulate the repair process in injured ligaments with tissue regrowth and regeneration. Prolotherapy provides treatment for neck pain, back pain, sprains, sacroiliac slippage or pain, and much more.

Orthobiologic Therapy with BMAC

BMAC utilizes an injection containing bone marrow cells mixed with Platelet Rich Plasma to stimulate the growth and regeneration for various conditions, including discogenic back pain and several Orthopedic conditions. BMAC helps treat disc pain, joint pain, and tendon pain.

Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate (BMAC)

BMAC is a cutting-edge orthobiologic therapy using specialized cells (called MSCs or Medicinal Signaling Cells) to help accelerate healing in moderate to severe disc degeneration in the back, osteoarthritis of any joint, or tendon injuries. These cells have been called “Stem Cells” but they do not truly meet the biological criteria to be true stem cells.