While every case is individual, with varying degrees of severity, we’ll first explore every non-surgical option. We offer a range of the latest non-surgical therapies to help healing and treatment of many types of injuries.
CORESCULPT™ by EMSCULPT® is an FDA-approved, non-invasive, non-surgical technique to build muscle and burn fat. While our specific CORESCULPT™ techniques focus on abdominal strength, it’s also ideal for lifting/firming the buttocks and strengthening the hips. CORESCULPT™ can also be effective on arms and legs for strength, definition and muscle mass.
This high-intensity electro-magnetic treatment generates supramaximal contractions that are equivalent to 20,000 sit-ups or squats per session, activating 100% of each muscle involuntarily – where an average gym workout activates just 40%. Find out more about CORESCULPT™ by EMSCULPT®
Lipogems This revolutionary process utilizes the patient’s own body fat to heal, replace, reconstruct and support damaged or injured tissues. It’s minimally invasive, requires local anesthesia and can be completed right in the office in less than an hour — resulting in a very quick recovery time. Find out more about Lipogems.
Platelet-rich plasma (prp) injections This popular non-surgical treatment is often used to treat sports injuries, as it stimulates the healing of joints and soft tissue injuries. The body’s first response to any soft tissue injury (ligaments and tendons) is to deliver platelet cells. Filled with healing and growth factors, platelets jump-start the repair process and attract the essential aid of stem cells. PRP is created from a simple blood draw from the patient. The white blood cells and platelets are then removed, and mixed with an activator before being injected to the affected area. PRP injections treat a variety of ailments, including:
Viscosupplementation Viscosupplementation has been studied as a treatment for osteoarthritis and shown to be an effective treatment option for patients who cannot get pain relief from non-medicinal measures or analgesic drugs. This non-surgical procedure consists of injecting a protein-like gel into the arthritic joint. This gel is a building block for articular cartilage and gets absorbed by the synovium (inner lining of the knee joint) to promote healing and pain relief.