Chicago Pain Relief, PC
Shivani Chadha, MD
Interventional Pain Management & Anesthesiologist located in Willowbrook, IL
Because of its healing and anti-inflammatory properties, regenerative medicine therapy has been part of regenerative medicine for chronic joint pain. Shivani Chadha, MD, an interventional pain management specialist and anesthesiologist at Chicago Pain Relief in Willowbrook, Illinois, provides Chicagoland patients with the highest standard of regenerative medicine therapies such as platelet rich plasma (PRP) and regenerative medicine extraction from adipose tissue. These nonsurgical procedures promote your body’s healing response and offers long-term pain relief.
Regenerative Medicine Q & A
You can use regenerative medicine therapy to help treat a wide range of medical issues, including:
- Reducing inflammation
- Repairing degenerative joint conditions
- Combating infection
- Promoting healing after surgical procedures
- Treating acute muscle and ligament problems like knee sprains or pulled hamstrings
- Treating tendon injuries like tennis elbow or Achilles tendonitis
- Hair restoration
Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)
What Is Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)?
PRP is concentrated platelets and growth factors from a patient’s own blood. PRP may help optimize the conditions for healing and are effective in the treatment of injuries such as ligament sprains or chronic tendon injuries.
How is it made?
To obtain PRP, blood is first drawn from a patient. The blood is then spun in a centrifuge where the platelets are separated from other blood components in order to increase their concentration. The concentrated platelets are then re-suspended in a fraction of the plasma after the centrifugation process.
How long does a PRP procedure take?
The procedure may take up to one hour but the PRP processing takes less than 15 minutes.
Regenerative Medicine Extraction from Adipose Tissue
What is Adipose Tissue?
Adipose Tissue is created from the fat in the body. The Adipose tissue is rich in mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) and is used in tissue regeneration.
How is it made?
To obtain Adipose tissue, fat is drawn from a patient. The fat is spun in a centrifuge to separate the waste from a concentration rich in MSC.
How long does the adipose tissue regenerative medicine extraction procedure take?
The procedure may take up to one hour but the Adipose processing takes less than 10 minutes.
Call the office or schedule a consultation online to learn more about these effective regenerative therapies.