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Are you considering an elective orthopedic surgery?

Studies have shown that 53% of orthopedic surgeries are unnecessary. Here are a few surgeries we routinely replace with our precise, image-guided orthobiologic injections.

Studies have shown that 53% of orthopedic surgeries are unnecessary. Here are a few surgeries we routinely replace with our precise, image-guided orthobiologic injections.

  • Ankle fusion
  • Ankle tendon/ligament repair
  • ACL repair
  • Carpal tunnel surgery
  • Disc tear surgery
  • Herniated/bulging disc surgery
  • Hip labrum surgery
  • Knee replacement
  • Meniscus surgery
  • Nerve injury surgery for pain
  • Plantar plate repair
  • Rotator cuff repair
  • Scoliosis surgery
  • Shoulder labrum surgery
  • Shoulder replacement
  • SI joint fusion
  • Spinal fusion
  • Spinal stenosis surgery
  • Tennis elbow surgery
  • TFCC wrist surgery
  • Thumb CMC arthroplasty
  • Tommy John surgery

If you are considering having an orthopedic surgery, schedule an appointment to see if we can decrease your recovery time and help you avoid dangerous drugs and painful surgery by using your own body to heal itself!

If you are considering having an orthopedic surgery, schedule an appointment to see if we can decrease your recovery time and help you avoid dangerous drugs and painful surgery by using your own body to heal itself!

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Our team of Regenerative doctors are leaders in Interventional Orthobiologics and have contributed to nearly 50% of its research. 

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Getting Started is Easy

Step 1.

Schedule a telehealth consult if you’re not local.

Schedule a consultation at the clinic if you’re local. 

If you like and trust the doctor’s replies to the 7 Questions (download below), then schedule a physical exam appointment. 

 

Step 2.

Schedule a physical examination.

Doctor asks you questions about your:

  • Health Goals
  • Health History

The doctor lets you know:

  • If they can help you or not
  • What your specific diagnosis is
  • What their recommended action plan is

The doctor’s team will help with scheduling and helping you understand cost.

 

 

Step 3.

 Have the Procedure.

 

Step 4.

Stay in touch with your doctor to ensure proper physical rehabilitation and optimal healing.

For best results, follow the doctor’s recommendations to minimize the healing process and maximize the outcome. 

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Can you treat more than one area at one time?

This is on a case-by-case basis and although we have before, it would be at the advice of the doctor to treat more than one area. 

Cost/Price: How much do your procedures cost?

Because the procedure protocol will vary from person to person and, because each person will have a unique condition to be treated, the pricing of procedures can vary considerably from patient to patient. An evaluation will give you a better idea of condition, treatment, and costs specific to your condition. 

Are your procedures covered by insurance?

PRP and stem cell injections are not covered by insurance at this time. However, Regenexx is the only regenerative orthopedic procedure in America that has insurance coverage through some self-funded employers. If you would like to check if you are covered by your employer, check your status here: https://regenexxcoverage.com/

What is the post-injection rehab like?

That depends on which procedure is performed. For example, for knee arthritis, you can expect 3 days of significant down-time followed by a slow return to normal activities over 6 weeks. While you may be asked to wear a brace, very few of our procedures require crutches.

What is the next steps if I’m interested?

Call us at 303-429-6448 to schedule a phone review of your images with one of our doctors or request an appointment with us.

When can I expect to get back to normal activity?

This depends on the type of procedure. However, all of our procedures are designed to promote as much early activity as possible. Here is a general guide: Bone healing procedure (for fracture non-union or avascular necrosis): You must be off the area on crutches until the pain from the procedure subsides. You can then move toward slowing increasing activities over the next few weeks. Total time off the area for most patients is 1-3 weeks with normal activities at about 6 weeks.