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Additional Procedures Offered at Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine

At The Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine, we provide a variety of medical services to our clients. While regenerative medicine is still our main focus, we do also offer other medical procedures that may be advantageous for our patients. In this blog we thought it would be beneficial to showcase a few of these procedures to ensure all of our current and future patients understand the full scope of procedures provided by our Board Certified Physicians at the Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine.

Common Procedures Performed At The Michigan Center For Regenerative Medicine 

As you may or may not be aware, we recently moved into a new state of the art clinic that offers a number of unique benefits to our patients. One of these benefits is the high level of care we’re able to offer at this medical clinic in downtown Rochester. Below are just a few of the procedures our doctors are able to perform at our new location:

  • Spinal Epidural Injections – Many spinal conditions can cause pain or pressure on the spine. Epidural injections can be used as a way to offer relief for patients who are not interested in surgery, or other, more invasive procedures.
  • Nerve Blocks – Nerve blocks can be used for pain management and treatment. A nerve block works by “blocking” pain to a certain organ or region of the body.
  • Facet Joint Injections In The Spine – Facet joints can often become painful and a facet joint injection can help treat this pain in a minimally invasive way.
  • Radio Frequency Nerve Ablations – The primary goal of a radiofrequency nerve ablation is to destroy the nerve fibers which provide pain signals that are sent to the brain. These procedures can provide lasting relief for those suffering from back pain, neck pain and even arthritic joints.
  • Joint Injections – Steroid joint injections are commonly used to relief pain caused by an inflamed joint. While these injections typically only provide temporary pain relief, they can still be beneficial for those looking for a minimally invasive way to deal with chronic pain without surgery or addictive painkillers.

Interested In Learning More About Any Of These Procedures? 

If you’re interested in learning more about any of the procedures mentioned in this blog, feel free to reach out to the team at Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine. Our doctors and medical staff would be happy to explain any of these procedures in more detail to help you understand if they may be a good option for you. We look forward to hearing from you soon. Give us a call at (248) 216-1008 or through our online contact form.

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