Non-Surgical Solutions for Joint Pain

Joint pain can be immobilizing and may keep you from doing even the simplest everyday tasks or even relaxing comfortably. There are multiple causes of joint pain, including arthritis, bursitis, fibromyalgia, sprains, tendinitis, and many more.

Orthobiologics Associates can help reduce or eliminate your joint pain in a variety of ways. We will first do a thorough examination to determine the root cause of your pain. We offer safe, effective, and non-surgical joint pain treatments near Orlando that are effective for many different issues.

Our clinics are full-service regenerative medicine facilities with the ability to harvest from many tissues, including bone marrow, fat, and blood. You can trust our trained professionals to determine which resource is appropriate for your condition.

Joint Pain & Arthritis

Orthobiologics for Joint Pain

Our Cell Therapy Ortho-Biologics is a non-surgical procedure that can be completed in our office. It offers superior advantages over surgery, including avoiding painful and lengthy recovery periods that are usually required to restore mobility, strength, and range of motion.

Cell Therapy Ortho-Biologics leverages stem cell and PRP joint injections to treat pain and mobility issues via natural regenerative healing. Many patients experience results within weeks, though full recovery may take up to a year. The outcome will vary depending on the severity of your problem.

We stimulate regeneration and healing by introducing natural stem cells into the affected areas. This safe and effective procedure is quick, painless, and minimally invasive. Most patients report returning to normal daily activities within 24-48 hours. 

Joint Pain Treatments

Joint Pain Treatments

Proper bracing may help reduce your joint pain and expedite the healing process. Wearing a brace may even allow you to avoid surgery or other treatments, depending on the severity of your condition.

If you’ve suffered an injury or live with chronic pain, wearing a professionally fitted brace can help prevent further joint damage and degeneration by giving your joint the rest it needs to begin healing. We stock an assortment of equipment in our clinics and can fit you with the right type and size of brace for your condition and lifestyle when necessary.

Aside from regenerative therapies, we offer multiple holistic treatments that may help alleviate joint pain and accelerate your recovery. Because we specialize in a variety of therapeutic options, we’re able to address many painful and debilitating symptoms and help ensure your best treatment outcome. To discuss how we can help expedite your joint pain recovery, please reach out today to schedule a consultation.

Nutritional Counseling

Our nutritional counseling may also help reduce inflammation, joint pain, and stress on your joints. We will evaluate your specific needs and laboratory values. 

Orthobiologics Associates have developed tools to help you succeed and will support you every step of the way. “You are what you eat,” and our nutritional education and counseling will teach you how to maintain good health and overcome many challenges such as joint pain.

Joint Pain Frequently Asked Questions

What typically causes joint pain?
Several factors can trigger or contribute to joint pain, including acute injuries, microtrauma caused by repetitive use or overuse, inflammation, arthritis, bursitis and strain or sprain. Carrying excess weight, certain chronic medical conditions and old injuries can also cause pain in vulnerable joints.
What are some non-surgical joint pain solutions?
Non-surgical treatment options include stem cells for joint pain, peptides for joint pain and PRP joint injections. These natural therapies help heal and regenerate damaged tissue by stimulating the body’s innate healing response. Bracing, physical therapy and other treatments can also help reduce pain, accelerate healing and improve joint functionality.
What is PRP and how does it help treat joint pain?
PRP stands for platelet-rich plasma, an autologous, blood-derived liquid that naturally contains high concentrations of healing platelets, growth factors, cytokines and other regenerative substances. During treatment, PRP is extracted from each patient’s whole blood and injected into the affected joint(s), where it promotes healing, stimulates tissue regeneration and helps reduce joint inflammation.
What is regenerative medicine for joint pain and how does it work?
Regenerative medicine encompasses a variety of non-surgical treatments that utilize the body’s naturally present restorative cells and/or tissues to stimulate regeneration and healing.

When used to treat joint pain, regenerative medicine may involve extracting autologous stem cells, platelet-rich plasma, growth factors or other healing substances from a patient’s body. One or more of those substances are then administered directly into damaged or degenerated joints via one or more injections to promote pain relief, tissue repair and healing.

Are stem cell injections effective for treating joint pain?
For many patients, stem cell injections are highly effective in reducing joint pain, promoting healing and boosting joint mobility. However, the effectiveness of any medical procedure depends on several variables, including the severity of each patient’s condition, the type of treatment administered, adherence to post-treatment aftercare instructions and lifestyle factors.
What are the benefits of non-surgical joint pain treatments?
Non-surgical treatments for joint pain offer several advantages over surgery, including less post-treatment downtime, shorter recovery periods, fewer risks and a lower likelihood of side effects.
What can patients expect during regenerative joint pain treatments?
Generally, patients can expect to have one or more healing substances extracted from either their whole blood, adipose tissue or bone marrow. The extracted substance(s) will then be injected directly into the affected joint, which may cause some short-lived discomfort. Ultimately, each patient’s experience will depend on the type of therapy administered.
Can non-surgical treatments be used alongside other therapies for joint pain?
Yes, several non-surgical joint pain treatments can be used concurrently, including regenerative therapies, physical therapy, medications, bracing and more. For many patients, a multi-pronged treatment approach may elicit more favorable results.
Can lifestyle changes help prevent and/or alleviate joint pain?
Yes. Engaging in low-impact physical activity, releasing excess weight, maintaining good posture, and avoiding activities that cause discomfort can all be effective in preventing or managing joint pain.