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Using PRP to Heal Meniscus Tears and Knee Injuries

Meniscus tears in the knee can be very painful. Also known as a cartilage tear, a meniscus tear often occurs from a forceful twisting motion or rotation of the knee. These tears are common in athletes, but can happen to anyone. The meniscus, a C-shaped piece of cartilage, acts as a cushion between the tibia … Read more
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Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine – 2023 Year In Review

As we come to the end of 2023, the team at The Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine is hugely grateful to our patients, both past and present. We’re so proud of what we’ve been able to build here in Rochester, and we’re excited about all of the amazing opportunities we see for continuing to provide … Read more
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How Does PRP Promote Muscle Recovery After Injury?

The road to recovery after a muscle injury can be a long and painful one. Fortunately, the healing process can be speeded up by things like physical therapy that can restore mobility and lessen pain by using the body’s own natural healing process. For some, physical therapy and time are enough to get them back … Read more
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What Kind of Doctor Is a Physiatrist?

If you’re looking for a doctor who specializes in chronic pain treatment and rehabilitation, you may want to find a physiatrist near you. Physiatrists go through years of education and practice to diagnose and treat pain throughout the body. Macomb Pain Management has a staff of board-certified physiatrists who offer cutting-edge procedural pain relief. Physiatrists … Read more
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How PRP is Used to Treat Peripheral Neuropathy

Peripheral neuropathy refers to conditions involving damage to the peripheral nervous system responsible for sending signals between the central nervous system and the rest of the body. More than 20 million people in this country suffer from some form of peripheral neuropathy, of which there are many causes and conditions that can contribute to it. … Read more

What is PRP Microneedling?

Are you tired of dull-looking skin that may have scarring or marks? Do you want to improve your skin’s texture and appearance to restore that youthful glow? PRP microneedling could be the solution. This is an innovative treatment that combines micro-needling with platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy to rejuvenate your complexion. This process utilizes a roller … Read more
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Dr. Thomas Nabity Provides Lecture and Training to Fellow Physicians

We are delighted to see our own Dr. Thomas Nabity providing a lecture and training to fellow physicians about regenerative biologic therapies (regenerative medicine), which include PRP, BMA, and Adipose Tissue work.
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How Nerve Pain Stimulation Puts You in Control of Your Pain

Nerve pain stimulation has been around since the 1960s, and it remains one of the most effective ways to treat pain without surgery. Chronic pain often comes from misdirected nerve signals, and this process helps correct that issue at the core. Read on to learn how nerve pain stimulation puts you in charge of your … Read more
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Stem Cell Therapy: Can it Help Avoid Hip Replacement?

Stem cell therapy gets a lot of attention as a treatment option for diseases such as anemia, blood disorders, leukemia, bone marrow cancers and lymphoma. But there is burgeoning hope in the field of orthopedics for the use of stem cell therapy to prevent degenerative bone and tissue disease. This is known as orthopedic regenerative … Read more
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Dr. Tom Nabity Discusses Pickleball Injuries And Regenerative Medicine Treatment Options

Pickleball is currently the fastest-growing sport in the US. Because of this popularity, doctors are seeing patients dealing with all types of pickleball injuries. One of the more common pickleball injuries is often called ‘tennis elbow’ or tendonitis of the elbow. Because pickleball and tennis are so similar, players usually deal with the same injuries. … Read more
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Dr. John Santa Ana Spoke At The Rochester’s Older Persons’ Commission (OPC)

One of our goals at The Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine is to educate the community about the many benefits of regenerative medicine. One way that we help educate the greater community is through speaking engagements. We were recently invited to discuss regenerative medicine at the Older Persons’ Commission in Rochester, MI. What is the … Read more
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Do You Have an Achilles Tendon Injury? Stem Cell Therapy Can Help

An injury to the Achilles tendon is an extremely painful one that can sideline you from your favorite activities for weeks and even months. The Achilles tendon is the largest in your body, stretching from your calf to the heel bone. There are many ways in which this tendon can become injured, such as through … Read more
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What Is a Good Age to Get a Hair Transplant?

Hair thinning and hair loss can happen at almost any age. In fact, many of the patients we see for hair restoration treatment start thinning in their 20s. If you’ve already noticed signs of hair loss, you may be contemplating getting a follicle transplant. We’ll review the best age for hair transplants, as well as … Read more
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Stem Cell Therapy to Treat Neuropathy

Stem cell therapy can be used for nerve regeneration and pain relief. Neuropathy is a condition that arises from damage to the peripheral nerves, with symptoms including pain, muscle weakness, and numbness. In order to develop the best strategies for pain relief, diagnosing peripheral neuropathy and understanding how it connects to the brain and spinal … Read more
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How to Delay the Progression of Diabetic Neuropathy

Diabetic neuropathy can affect many parts of the body and have life-long consequences. The sooner you can control or prevent nerve damage, the better off you’ll be. Here are some tips to slow the progression of diabetic neuropathy and treat the side effects. What Is Diabetic Neuropathy? Diabetic neuropathy is a type of nerve damage … Read more
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Hairpieces vs. Hair Restoration Therapy

If you’re dealing with hair thinning or hair loss, there are a variety of treatment options available to you. Some of the most popular treatment paths for balding include wearing hairpieces or going through hair restoration therapy. Both paths have pros and cons, so it’s important to consider all options. Read on to compare different … Read more
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Treating Tension Headaches With Regenerative Medicine

Do you suffer from tension headaches frequently? Are you tired of popping pills to feel relief? There may be a better way, and that’s with regenerative medicine solutions such as stem cell therapy. From weak neck muscles to neck ligament instability, there are many different things that can result in chronic headaches. A tension headache … Read more
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Relieving Plantar Fasciitis With Regenerative Medicine

Plantar fasciitis is a common condition affecting one in 10 people, according to the American Academy of Family Physicians. While common in runners, anyone — even sedentary people – can experience this problem. With the right treatment, 80 percent of patients will improve within a year. While icing and stretching can help with discomfort, and … Read more
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Our Office Welcomes New Provider Dr. Robert Farhat

At The Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine, we’re always looking for ways to increase our patients’ experience, whether through new technology in the regenerative medicine field or new providers. Recently we added a new Board-Certified physician to our practice, Dr. Robert Farhat. Dr. Farhat brings a wealth of experience that we’re excited to tap into … Read more
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Breaking the Cycle of Opioid Addiction and Pain Management

Often referred to as ‘narcotics, ‘ opioids are beneficial in many medical settings and may be used to treat chronic or acute pain. Yet, they also have a high chance of abuse and can lead to a dangerous addiction that is accompanied by life-altering side effects and even death. At any dose, even in low … Read more
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Shockwave & EMTT Treatments – New Treatment Options

At The Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine, we’re constantly looking at new technologies and treatment options to help improve overall outcomes for our patients. Being members of the Interventional Orthobiologics Foundation gives us insight into the newest and best treatments in Regenerative Medicine.  Shockwave and EMTT have both been showing excellent outcomes in treating musculoskeletal conditions … Read more
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Hip Pain Causes, Treatment, and Prevention Techniques

Does your hip give you trouble when the weather gets cold? Do you have a hard time sitting in one position for an extended stretch of time? Approximately 1 in 7 adults over the age of 60 report significant hip pain on a daily basis (Source). Let’s explore some common hip pain causes, treatments, and … Read more
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What Can Prolotherapy Help With?

Prolotherapy is an injection treatment that relieves pain by jumpstarting the body’s natural healing abilities. While not yet regulated by the FDA, this alternative treatment is used to help those suffering from musculoskeletal conditions affecting the bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons, and soft tissues. Also known as proliferative therapy, prolotherapy is known as a non-surgical ligament … Read more
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What Is Interventional Orthopedics?

Orthopedics is a branch of medicine that focuses on your muscles, bones, joints, and tendons. If you need relief for joint pain, bone fractures, soft tissue injuries, and other musculoskeletal issues, you’ll likely work with an orthopedist. Interventional orthopedics (IO) refers to an advanced treatment path that only a small fraction of providers have the … Read more
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When Back Pain Becomes a More Serious Problem

Acute Pain or Chronic Pain? Acute pain is a short-term pain with an identifiable source, such as when you pull your back while exercising or after making an awkward movement when lifting boxes. This type of injury will usually heal within a few weeks without treatment beyond self-care, allowing you to return to your normal … Read more
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What Are the Most Common Athletic Injuries and What Can Help?

The fear of all athletes is the fear of sustaining a sports injury, whether on the field, court, ring, or track. Bad injuries not only sideline you from play, but they can lead to lasting damage if left untreated. This could be a career ender if you’re a professional athlete. If you’re a weekend warrior … Read more
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How Does Stem Cell Therapy Help With Foot and Ankle Pain?

About 87 percent of people experience foot and ankle pain at one time or another, whether from injury or even from poorly-fitted shoes. It’s no wonder so many people have foot pain: the average person spends four hours a day standing on their feet and takes 5,000 steps. Obviously, for certain occupations, these numbers can … Read more
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TRICARE Offering Coverage for Both Knee and Elbow Treatments

Because our very own Dr. John Santa Ana was a military doctor, we have a strong connection and respect for the many men and women who risk their lives in various military branches. Thankfully one of the benefits of military service is access to TRICARE, a health plan backed by the US government. At MCRM, … Read more
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One of the Top Reporting Clinics for DataBiologics

“Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine is One of the Top Reporting Clinics in the US for DataBiologics Registry for 2022“ At the Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine, at the end of each year, we reflect on the successes and challenges of the previous year. 2022 was a banner year for our regenerative medicine clinic here … Read more
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Hair Thinning Causes and Treatments

Hair thinning does not discriminate. It affects adults of all ages and genders. You can take steps to treat or prevent hair thinning, but it helps to understand what causes hair loss in the first place. Let’s explore some common causes of hair thinning and the treatments available to address them. Common Causes of Hair … Read more
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When Does Hair Loss Usually Start with Women and Men?

Stereotypes about hair loss and balding have created a false sense of reality. Most adults associate baldness with old age, but millions of people experience hair thinning in their 20s. If you’re worried about going bald at an early age or losing your hair too soon, there are solutions available to you. Read on to … Read more
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Find Ankle Pain Relief Thanks to Regenerative Medicine

Achilles tendon ruptures, tendonitis, or ankle fracture can be some of the most common causes of ankle pain. These pains can stem from congenital issues, disease or infection. If you or a loved one have discomfort in the ankle, then regenerative medicine, otherwise referred to as stem cell therapy could bring the relief you need. … Read more
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How Athletes Can Bounce Back from Sports Injuries

Athletes who suffer from injuries, no matter the severity, can suffer long-term damage that may not be immediately apparent. Even minor wounds can negatively impact performance and future quality of life. Regenerative medicine, colloquially known as stem cell therapy, is a beneficial and non-invasive alternative medicine solution used to speed the recovery of sports injuries. … Read more
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Can PRP Cure Hair Loss? Discover What It Can and Can’t Do

Are you looking for a way to reverse balding and cure hair loss? There isn’t a magic pill to bring your hair back, but there are ways to restore your hair and your confidence. Let’s take a look at what platelet-rich plasma can and cannot do for your hair loss. How Platelet-Rich Plasma Hair Restoration … Read more
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Fight Cartilage Loss With Stem Cell Injections

Every day, we forge a battle against time and aging. Sure, we want to stay healthy and active, but we are often hampered by chronic pain which limits the activities we engage in – activities that often require healthy joints. As we get older, we fight against the damage and deterioration of cartilage in our … Read more
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Non-Surgical Treatment Options for Hip Pain

Many people struggling with hip pain are usually told by their healthcare providers that surgery is the only option. This disappoints many people who do not wish to be placed under the surgeon’s knife. Surgery is never a simple procedure and carries risks, such as the risk of infection. When told that surgery is their … Read more
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Qualifications to Look for When Choosing a Provider

Regenerative medicine techniques are becoming increasingly successful as more research is undertaken and the methods used are improved and refined. All regenerative medicine techniques are based on natural self-healing methods –designed to give your body the helping hand it needs. However, if you are considering undergoing any regenerative medicine therapy, you need to know you … Read more
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What Is the Average Cost of PRP Hair Treatment? 

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a revolutionary procedure for hair restoration. It requires almost no recovery time and offers incredible results for qualified candidates. One of the first questions people ask is, “How much does PRP cost?” Let’s explore some variations in care costs so that you can prepare for what’s to come. Factors That Impact … Read more
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Treating Your Sciatica With Platelet-Rich Plasma

If you suffer from sciatica, you may have explored many options for pain relief in the past, to no avail. But there is a refreshing solution that could work for you and it’s called platelet rich plasma therapy, or PRP for short. Approximately 40 percent of people in the U.S. have experienced sciatica sometime during … Read more
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Does PRP Help With Hair Loss for Men and Women?

The short answer is yes. This is good news for the 50 million men and 30 million women who suffer from male or female pattern baldness in this country. It’s quite common after age 50, but many people experience hair loss as early as their 20s. Hair loss may be common but that doesn’t mean … Read more
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Intraosseous Treatments for Knee and Joint Pain vs Surgery

If you’re currently dealing with significant knee or joint pain, you’ve likely thought your options are either surgery or a potentially addictive course of pain medication. At Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine, we’re here to tell you this is not the case. We’ve recently seen a number of positive outcomes using intraosseous treatments for knee … Read more
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MCRM Doctors Now Using sam® Device for Soft Tissue Healing

Patients with chronic pain often think there is no solution aside from risky surgery or highly addictive pain medication. The Board-Certified physicians at the Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine have made it their mission to provide minimally invasive treatment methods as alternatives to risky surgery and opioids. Because our team is always looking at new … Read more
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PRP Hair Treatment Success Rate – Is PRP Worth It?

Platelet-rich plasma treatments have revolutionized the hair restoration industry. These procedures are fast, minimally invasive, and highly effective for qualified candidates. In order to determine if PRP is worth it for you, you need to understand how it works and what your projected results will be. Read on to learn about our PRP hair treatment … Read more
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Can PRP Regrow Hair for Women and Men?

Platelet-rich plasma therapy is a powerful solution for sports injuries and joint pain, but the possibilities do not stop there. PRP has become an amazing resource for hair restoration because it is fast, safe, and proven to work. If you’re exploring hair loss treatments, PRP may be a good fit for you.    PRP Treatment … Read more
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Benefits of EMG Testing from MCRM

At Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine, one of our primary goals for all patients is to get to the root cause of whatever may be causing them pain. This may seem obvious, but unfortunately, it’s not necessarily common in the medical world. Many medical providers rely on medications or other medical treatment options to mask … Read more
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Regenerative Medicine Treatment May Be Closer Than You Think

If you’re interested in regenerative medicine treatment, you may be discouraged to find out there isn’t a regenerative medicine clinic close to where you live. If you’re in this predicament but still looking for revolutionary regenerative medicine treatment, the Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine team has a solution for you! We have developed a turn-key … Read more
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Regenerative Medicine Eases Bursitis Pain

Bursitis, a painful condition involving the small, fluid-filled sacs (bursae) that serve to cushion the bones, muscles, and tendons near joints, is a form of joint pain related to arthritis that affects 15 million people in the United States. Bursitis occurs when bursae get inflamed, usually occurring in the hip, shoulder, and elbow. Sometimes it … Read more
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What is Nerve Pain Stimulation? Are You a Candidate?

Whether you suffer from arthritis, back pain, a musculoskeletal injury or a rotator cuff injury, you know the lasting and devastating effects of chronic pain all too well. Perhaps you’ve tried the medication and surgery route to no avail. Maybe you’re looking for a promising alternative therapy that’s non-invasive and that puts you in control. … Read more
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Advantages of Different Payment Options at MCRM

At the Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine, we offer various payment options for our medical procedures. We do this because we want our procedures to be accessible to as many people as possible, and we’ve found that offering different payment methods helps to achieve this goal. At MCRM, we offer two primary options when it … Read more
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Helping Individuals Not Just Live Longer but Function Longer

At MCRM, our primary focus has always been to help our patients live a more fulfilling and enjoyable life. Thanks to our wide array of minimally invasive procedures, we’ve seen incredible outcomes that have allowed our regenerative medicine practice to grow. Because of our unique work in and around Michigan, our very own Dr. Tom … Read more
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NBA Star Looks to Stem Cell Treatment to Avoid Surgery

When you’re playing at the very top, your physical health is the most crucial factor. If you are less than 100 percent for any game, then you are not going to be performing at 100 percent and you risk being cut. Also, if you spend too long on the injured list, then there’s always the … Read more
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Peripheral Nerve Stimulation for Diabetic Painful Neuropathy

At the Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine, we’re always looking for the latest advancements in treatment methods for our patients. One area where we’re seeing significant promise is using peripheral nerve stimulation for diabetic painful neuropathy (DPN). We’ve had a number of patients come into our Rochester regenerative medicine clinic looking for relief from pain … Read more
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Introducing Intraosseous Injections for Improved Outcomes

At Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine, our Board Certified physicians, Dr. Thomas Nabity and Dr. John Santa Ana are constantly investing in additional equipment and training to ensure they’re providing the highest level of regenerative medicine treatments in the country. One new procedure that we’ve added to our suite of services is intraosseous injections. What … Read more
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Tricare Now Covering PRP Treatment for Active Duty Military

Tricare Now Covering PRP Treatment for Active Duty Military for Knee Osteoarthritis As you may or may not know, our very own Dr. John Santa Ana is a veteran who has worked with military personnel for decades. One of his passions is helping our armed forces members deal with chronic health issues, many of which … Read more
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Importance of Doctor Patient Relationship at Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine

Unfortunately, some regenerative medicine clinics are focused more on getting patients in and out of their offices as opposed to positive outcomes. This is one of the main reasons that Dr. Thomas Nabity and Dr. John Santa Ana started the Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine. Our approach to working with our patients is much different … Read more
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MCRM Now Offering Veteran and First Responder Discount

The team at MCRM is proud to announce that we’re now offering a veteran and first responder discount for new patients. This discount is for $500.00 off a stem cell treatment or $100 off a PRP treatment. We hope this will encourage veterans and first responders to learn more about the many benefits of regenerative … Read more
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MCRM Working On Our Own Line of Supplements

At The Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine, we’re always looking for ways to help our patients improve their health both through regenerative medicine procedures, but also in other areas of their lives as well. For quite some time we’ve worked with FullScript to provide a way for our patients to purchase health supplements online. While … Read more
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December, 2021 Newsletter

Happy Holidays from Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine At The Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine, we thought we couldn’t finish out the year without wishing all of our wonderful patients and referral partners a wonderful holiday season. 2021 has been a unique year for all of us and we’re proud that we’re still able to … Read more

October – Stem Cell Awareness Month

Stem cells are the ‘superhero’ cells within our bodies that are capable of transforming into any other type of cell that our body needs. Most people associate stem cells with newborns, but our bodies are capable of producing stem cells for most of our lives. Stem cells are vital to a major percentage of our … Read more
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November, 2021 Newsletter

We hope you’re doing well and that your practice is thriving during these somewhat uncertain times. We thought it would be a good idea to bring you up to speed on a few of the areas we’re focusing on over the next few months. Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine Has a New Ultrasound Machine At … Read more
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Comprehensive Consultations Prior to Regenerative Medicine Treatment

One of the reasons we started the Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine is that we were tired of the way medicine has changed from a relationship based experience to an assembly line approach. It has always been our mission to provide a comprehensive consultation to each of our patients prior to any procedure. Below are … Read more
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Why Your Own Stem Cells Are Superior to Placental Stem Cells

It is a common misconception that placental stem cells are superior to your own body’s stem cells. This is actually untrue and the team at the Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine has put together a quick blog that explains why your body’s stem cells are much more superior compared to placental stem cells. Placental Stem … Read more
How Placental Derived Stem Cells Are Different From The Autologous Stem Cells Used At MCRM

How Placental Derived Stem Cells Are Different From Other Stem Cells

Stem cells have become a huge topic of conversation in the medical world as of late. At The Michigan Center For Regenerative Medicine we want to help you understand that all stem cells are not created equally. In fact the FDA has recently started to crack down on regenerative medicine clinics that are using placental … Read more
Our Unique Approach to Hip & Pelvic Pain Treatment

Our Unique Approach to Hip & Pelvic Pain Treatment

Over the past few years our team here at The Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine has seen a large uptick in the number of patients dealing with hip and pelvic pain. This type of pain can be extremely frustrating and unfortunately impacts a large percentage of the entire US population. At our clinic we offer … Read more
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Why Choose Our Clinic for Your Regenerative Medicine Procedure?

At The Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine, we understand that you have choices when it comes to your health. We work extremely hard to provide the highest level of care for our patients and we thought it would be a good idea to showcase some of the ways our clinic differentiates itself from other regenerative … Read more
MCRM Excited to Announce our New Ultrasound Machine

MCRM Excited to Announce our New Ultrasound Machine

At The Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine, we feel strongly that one of the ways to provide the highest level of care to our patients is by investing in the latest medical equipment. You can see this in how we’ve recently moved and completely upgraded our regenerative medicine clinic from the ground up to serve … Read more
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June, 2021 Newsletter

We hope you’re doing well and that your practice is gearing up for a busy summer season. Here’s what’s new with Dr. Tom Nabity and Dr. John Santa Ana. Our State-of-the-art, In-House Regenerative Medicine Lab You may not be aware that through our alliance with Greyledge Biotech, we have a state-of-the-art regenerative medicine lab located … Read more
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Why In-House Regenerative Medicine Labs Are Superior

At The Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine, we have invested significant resources into providing the highest level of positive outcomes for our patients. To accomplish this goal, we have a state of the art regenerative medicine lab which gives us a number of advantages over other clinics who do not have such advanced equipment. Michigan … Read more
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EMSELLA® Device Now Approved for Erectile Dysfunction Treatment

The team at The Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine is proud to announce that the EMSELLA® device has recently been approved to treat erectile dysfunction. This is great news for men who are struggling with maintaining an erection and are looking for a discrete option to help deal with this issue. What is the EMSELLA® … Read more
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Who is a Good Candidate for Stem Cell Injections for Back Pain Treatment

In a recent webinar that was hosted by the doctors at The Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine, we received an interesting question that we thought could be expanded on with a blog post. The question was, “who is a good candidate for stem cell injections for back pain treatment?” We hear some version of this … Read more
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April, 2021 Newsletter

We hope you’re doing well and that your practice is thriving during these somewhat uncertain times. We thought it would be a good idea to bring you up to speed on a few of the areas we’re focusing on over the next few months. Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine Alliance with DataBiologics Our clinic has … Read more
Why Our Partnership With Data Biologics is So Important

Why Our Alliance With Data Biologics is So Important

At The Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine, one of the most important aspects of the medical care we provide has to do with positive outcomes. With regenerative medicine being somewhat unregulated across the country, it can sometimes be hard to determine who are the most reputable providers in your area. At The Michigan Center for … Read more

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Treatable Conditions from the Experts at Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine

  • Achilles Tendon Ruptures Treatment
  • AC Joint and Tendon Tears Treatment
  • Ankle Pain Treatment
  • Arthritis Treatment
  • Back Pain Treatment
  • Bone Pain Treatment
  • Bursitis Treatment
  • Chronic Inflammation Treatment
  • Chronic Pain Treatment
  • Degenerative Disc Disease Treatment
  • Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy Treatment
  • Elbow Pain Treatment
  • Foot and Ankle Injury Treatment
  • Foot Pain Treatment
  • Herniated Discs of The Spine
  • Hip Injury Treatment
  • Hip Pain Treatment
  • Joint Pain Treatment
  • Knee Injury Treatment
  • Knee Pain Treatment
  • Ligament Injury Treatment
  • Ligament Strains
  • Lower Back Pain and Spinal Pain
  • Lumbar Disc Herniation Treatment
  • Meniscus Tears in the Knee
  • Muscle And Tendon Sprain and Strain Treatment
  • Muscle Pain Treatment
  • Muscle Strains from Sports and Other Injuries
  • Musculoskeletal Disorder Treatment
  • Musculoskeletal Injury Treatment
  • Musculoskeletal Pain Treatment
  • Neck Pain Treatment
  • Nerve Pain Treatment
  • Neuropathy Treatment
  • Osteoarthritis And Degeneration of Joints
  • Other Pains Involving Bone, Joints or Tendons
  • Plantar Fasciitis Treatment
  • PRP For Hair Loss Treatment
  • Rotator Cuff Tears in The Shoulders
  • Sacroiliac (Si) Joint Dysfunction Treatment  
  • Sacroiliitis / Sacroiliac Joint Pain and Dysfunction Treatment
  • Sciatic Nerve Pain Treatment
  • Sciatica / Lumbar or Lumbosacral Radiculopathy Treatment
  • Sciatica Treatment
  • Shoulder Pain Treatment
  • Spinal Stenosis Treatment
  • Spine Pain Treatment
  • Spine Trauma Treatment
  • Tendinitis Treatment
  • Tendon Injury Treatment
  • Treatment for Tendonitis and Bursitis
  • Treatment for Tennis and Golfer’s Elbow
  • Tension Headache Treatment
  • Torn Tendons and Ligament Treatment
  • Treatment After Auto Injuries
  • Treatment For Internal Derangement of Knee Cartilage
  • Treatment For Knee Cartilage Lesions
  • Treatment For Muscular Weakness
  • Treatment For Shoulder Injuries

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Thomas Nabity Jr., MD
Thomas Nabity Jr. MD
Regenerative Medicine Specialist

Thomas Nabity Jr., MD 

Dr. Thomas Nabity works with frustrated patients suffering from pain who are motivated to find an alternative to drugs and surgery. Even if you think you have tried everything and have no option, Dr. Nabity is here to tell you that we can eliminate your pain and give you back the ability to do the things you love to do. He helps people in chronic pain who are looking to alternatives to drugs and surgery who want natural solutions to pain relief and long to be in control of their health once and for all. (Read Full Bio)

John Santa Ana, DO
John Santa Ana, DO
Regenerative Medicine Specialist

John Santa Ana, DO

Dr. Santa Ana is Board Certified in PM&R and Electrodiagnostic medicine. He is a physician specializing in Interventional Sports, Joints, and Spine treatments. Dr. John received his medical degree at the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine and his specialty training in PM&R at The Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington DC. He is a Veteran and was a physician in the US Army, treating our Nation’s heroes’ musculoskeletal conditions and getting them back in the fight. Dr. John is also experienced in EMG Testing with over 10 years of Electromyography (Read Full Bio)

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Robert Farhat, DO
Regenerative Medicine Specialist

Robert Farhat, DO

Dr. Farhat is board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, and Pain Medicine. Dr. Farhat has integrated Regenerative Medicine into the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions for the past several years, but has now joined Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine in order to provide a comprehensive approach to non-surgical musculoskeletal conditions. He is considered an expert in non-surgical spine care, but treats all musculoskeletal conditions. (Read Full Bio)

Curt Wimmer
Curt Wimmer, MD
Regenerative Medicine Specialist

Curt Wimmer, MD

Dr. Wimmer has now joined Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine in order to provide a comprehensive approach to non-surgical musculoskeletal conditions. He is considered an expert in interventional pain management with an extensive resume in the medical field. (Read Full Bio)

Certified Advanced Hip Orthobiologic Core Injection Skills
Certified Intermediate Spine Orthobiologic Injections
Certified Advanced Knee Orthobiologic Core Injection Skills
APCA Registered in Musculoskeletal Sonography

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