Now Offering Telemedicine Consultations for New & Existing Patients

The Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine Now Offering Telemedicine Consultations for New & Existing Patients

At The Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine, we are always committed to keeping our patients and staff safe. This is why in light of the recent COVID-19 pandemic we’re now offering telemedicine consultations for all of our new and existing patients.

How Do Telemedicine Consultations Work? 

If you’re a current regenerative medicine patient, or a new patient that’s interested in learning more about our treatment options, simply reach out to our office by phone at (248) 216-1008. We’ll then schedule a time for one of our doctors, Dr. Thomas Nabity or Dr. John Santa Ana to conduct a telemedicine consultation with you. These consultations can be done via phone, Skype or FaceTime.

Telemedicine Consultations Focus on Education

Dr. Nabity and Dr. Santa Ana both think that educating current and new patients about the many benefits of regenerative medicine is extremely beneficial. This educational component of patient care can be done in an exam room, over the phone, or via video chat. The key is that you work with a team of doctors who are highly trained in their fields and are willing to communicate with you on your level when it comes to regenerative medicine procedures. At The Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine, it’s always been our goal to communicate your treatment options to you in a clear and concise manner so that you truly understand any benefits and risks that are associated with a regenerative medicine procedure.

Telemedicine Consultations Offer an Individualized Touch to Patient Care

At MCFRM, we’ve always been committed to giving each of our patients’ ample time for appointments. Thanks to telemedicine consultations, we’re now able to offer as much time as necessary to ensure all of your questions are answered and that you feel comfortable about the next steps related to your condition.

If You’re Currently Facing Surgery Due to Issues with Connective Tissues, Regenerative Medicine May be a Better Option

If you’ve visited another physician who has suggested surgery for patients with disorders of connective tissues (bones, cartilage, tendons, ligaments or muscles), it’s in your best interest to have a consultation with one of our regenerative medicine doctors. We’ve helped countless patients across the country to achieve relieve without invasive surgery or addictive pain medications. And now, we’re able to offer these consultations completely online with you in the comfort of your own home.

To setup a telemedicine consultation today, feel free to reach out to our office at (248) 216-1008.

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