Muscle Spasms (also known as Muscle Cramps) can affect any of your body’s muscles. Sometimes you can prevent them with stretching and exercise. However, the following symptoms are indicators that you should seek medical help:
Skin changes in the affected limb
Spasms cause sleep loss
You do not have to live with Muscle Spasms. Orthobiologics Associates has solutions. We will do a thorough medical evaluation and also discuss your needs and expectations. We have several treatment modalities that might help you, including Cell Therapy Ortho-Biologics, and Nutritional Counseling
Orthobiologics for Muscle Spasms
Cell Therapy Ortho-Biologics leverages natural regenerative healing to treat pain and mobility issues. 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.
Our Nutritional Counseling may be able to help with your Muscle Spasms, as well as weight, illness, fatigue, and more. We will design a balanced diet tailored to your specific needs and laboratory values.
Our Dietary Habit Assessment reviews your current eating habits, such as how often you eat each day, what your typical meals look like, portion sizes, and other key points. We will also evaluate your body weight, mass, cholesterol, blood pressure, and blood sugar levels during a complete medical examination. These assessments provide us with insights into how your eating habits are affecting your life
We will work together to develop a plan that targets the critical areas causing problems for you. This program will address any nutritional deficiencies and fit your personal food preferences; while providing healthy assistance in weight loss, fitness and helping defeat diseases and disorders such as Muscle Spasms and Muscle Cramps