Regenerative Injection Therapy

An Alternative Approach to Healing

Dr. Demesmin and The University Pain Medicine Center are pleased to announce a new, cutting edge procedure we are offering to our patients, Bone Marrow Aspiration Therapy (BMA). This revolutionary regenerative therapy procedure is an all-natural alternative to surgical intervention.

This revolutionary regenerative therapy procedure is an all-natural alternative to surgical intervention for individuals suffering from

  • Lumbar Disc Degeneration
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Neuropathy
  • Ligament Injuries
  • Tendonitis
  • Muscle Sprains and Strains
  • Non-Healing Fractures
  • Plantar Fascitis
  • Sports Injuries

The benefits of this Regenerative Medicine Therapy are

  • Decreased Pain
  • Quicker recovery time
  • Alternative procedure to surgical
  • Intervention
  • Increased healing potential
  • May eliminate the need for long term
  • Medication

Frequently Asked Questions

What is BMA Therapy?

BMA therapy is a non-invasive outpatient procedure that Dr Demesmin performs in the office. Bone marrow aspirate is directly obtained from a bone called the iliac crest (hip). Bone marrow houses stem cells which can form new cells such as bone, cartilage and muscle. A special needle is used to gather the bone marrow which is able to collect a high concentration of stem cells from your marrow. The newly concentrated stem cells are then injected into the problematic area to stimulate cell regeneration.

I have heard of Cortisone injections is it the same thing?

Studies have shown that Cortisone injections may actually weaken tissue. Cortisone shots may provide temporary pain relief but do not promote long-term healing. Bone Marrow Stem Cell Therapy heals and strengthens these tendons and ligaments.

Does insurance pay for injections?

No. Despite several publications and peer reviewed journal’s showing the efficacy of BMA, it is not covered by insurance at this time.

How long does it take to “work”?

Most patients noticed some level of improvement within 2-6 six weeks or sooner. You can expect a decrease in pain and an increase in strength and stability. Most patients require only a single injection of BMA.

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