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Regenerative Orthopedics radically advances treatment of musculoskeletal conditions with non-surgical procedures designed to create increased regeneration of cells. Regenerative Orthopedics is providing hope and life changing transformations for those who have felt there were no answers to their pain. Regenerative cellular procedures can restore health and regenerate our body by using its own ability to heal. Many scientists believe the concept of intrinsic healing is a new frontier. Medicine is changing. The wonders of the human body and its ability to balance and heal itself are at the center of this medical renaissance.
Osteopathic manipulation (OMT) is a hands-on system of evaluation and treatment effective in alleviating pain and correcting structural impingements in the body that inhibit healthy function. It is effective in treating muscle pain, joint injuries, and fascia dysfunction. Constrictions in musculoskeletal tissue restrict movement, preventing the muscles from working in a full range of motion and at optimal function. When restrictions occur, other structural areas step in to compensate. The musculoskeletal system no longer functions as it is designed, causing secondary conditions. Removal of structural blockages keeps muscles function at their peak both now and in the future.
Effectively bridging the gap between medication and surgery, these innovative, cell-based procedures maximize your body’s ability to do what it does naturally…. heal.
Dr. Minotti is specialty trained in Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine and Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine. His primary focus is Regenerative Orthopedics, nonsurgical procedures designed to accelerate regeneration of cells in healing of acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries. Dr. Minotti has spent the past 17 years finding new and better ways to treat the human body. He believes that health care is no longer merely the treatment of disease. Read More