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Is Regenerative Medicine Treatment the Answer to Chronic Pain ?

PODIATRIST MARIETTA GEORGIA UTILIZING REGENERATIVE MEDICINE THERAPY TO RELIEVE CHRONIC PAIN

MARIETTA, GA -  Regenerative Medicine Therapy is the latest buzz word in medicine. Advertisers discuss the use of "stem cells" to relieve chronic pain and avoid surgery. Most doctors who offer Regenerative Medicine therapy utilize either treatments such as using a patient's own blood (Platelet Rich Plasma or PRP). The latest advancement in Regenerative Medicine Therapy is the use of Amniotic Umbilical Cord Matrix. At Ankle & Foot Centers in Marietta, our Podiatrist Dr. John utilizes amniotic umbilical cord matrix injections for chronic plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, chronic joint pain as well as chronic diabetic wounds that fail to heal by normal treatments.

Regenerative Medicine has revolutionized musculoskeletal treatments by encouraging your own body to repair itself by regenerating defective tissue. One innovative regenerative therapy utilizes the innate restorative properties of umbilical cord. The natural tissue based therapy has been shown to highly effective and proven in clinical trials. The injection is done by Dr. Mathew John in Marietta in an in-office procedure. The results can be dramatic with relief in as soon as a few days to 6 weeks. The injection currently is not covered by insurance but at Ankle & Foot Centers PC, we offer an affordable price that is much less than other clinics. Our philosophy is to not hinder access to the latest treatments for our patients due to outrageous healthcare costs.

For more information on services and conditions treated by our Marietta GA Podiatrist, Dr. Mathew John please visit our website: afcenters.com . And for more information on the regenerative therapy utilized by Dr. John visit: AmnioxMedical 

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