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Interventional & Regenerative Orthopedics Specialist

Remedy Pain Solutions -  - Orthopedist & Pain Management Specialist

Remedy Pain Solutions

Pain Management & Regenerative Medicine Specialists

Interventional medicine takes full advantage of targeted treatments and multidisciplinary techniques to provide pain relief, while therapies used in regenerative medicine treat orthopedic injuries and disease by naturally stimulating new tissue growth. Dr. Akash Bajaj specializes in interventional and regenerative orthopedics, offering patients cutting-edge therapies for alleviating their pain and healing faster than with traditional treatments. To learn whether you’re a good candidate for this innovative therapy, call the office in Marina Del Rey and Manhattan Beach, California, or book an appointment online.

Interventional/Regenerative Orthopedics Q & A

What are interventional and regenerative orthopedics?

Interventional medicine focuses on alleviating your pain using a variety of techniques that directly target pain at its source. Joint injections and nerve blocks that interrupt pain signals are just two examples of the many options Dr. Bajaj may recommend.

As a multidisciplinary practice, interventional medicine may also incorporate treatments such physical therapy and regenerative medicine.

Regenerative medicine uses cells that are normally found in your body, where they restore and regenerate tissues. When these specialized cells, such as growth factors, human cell and tissue, and alpha-2-macroglobulin, are injected into injured musculoskeletal tissue, they promote healing and grow new, healthy tissues.

How does platelet-rich plasma regenerate tissues?

Platelets are cells in your blood that contain special proteins called growth factors. When you’re injured, growth factors promote healing by triggering the growth of new cells to replace the damaged cells and rebuild tissues.

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is blood plasma with a higher concentration of platelets than normal blood. It’s made from your own blood by drawing a sample, then centrifuging it to separate platelets from other blood components.

After producing your PRP, Dr. Bajaj injects it into injured or diseased musculoskeletal tissues, where it:

  • Reduces inflammation and pain
  • Heals and repairs tissues
  • Triggers the production of blood vessels
  • Triggers the production of tissues such as collagen, fat, muscle, and connective tissues
  • Stimulates bone regeneration
  • Recruits human cell and tissue to the damaged area
  • Increases human cell and tissue effectiveness

What is alpha-2-macroglobulin?

Alpha-2-macroglobulin, or alpha-mac, is an enzyme in your blood that naturally inhibits inflammation. Alpha-mac is obtained the same way as PRP, from a sample of your blood that’s centrifuged to separate the enzymes.

When alpha-mac is injected before PRP therapy, it stops inflammation, relieves pain, and promotes faster healing.

Interventional and regenerative medicine offer advanced options for relieving pain and healing from orthopedic conditions. Schedule your treatment by calling Dr. Bajaj or booking an appointment online.

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