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Regenerative Injection Therapies

From the Show: Mindful Medicine
Summary: Learn about new techniques to stimulate your body's healing response for injuries.
Air Date: 8/29/17
Duration: 25:22
Host: Holly Lucille, RN, ND
Guest Bio: Tyna Moore, ND, DC
Dr. Tyna MooreDr. Tyna Moore is the Medical Director of Core Wellness Clinic in Portland, OR.

She specializes in the application of natural pain solutions and regenerative injection therapies to treat all varieties of musculoskeletal conditions. As both a board certified Naturopathic and Chiropractic physician, she brings a unique perspective and expertise to the diagnosis and treatment of pain and orthopedic conditions. Dr. Moore practices exclusively Regenerative Injection Therapies and non-surgical pain management for orthopedic and musculoskeletal conditions.

Throughout her professional career Dr. Moore has focused on pain and musculoskeletal conditions. She is uniquely qualified to quickly diagnose and treat orthopedic ailments using a variety of regenerative non-surgical techniques. She strives to utilize the most effective and advanced treatments available to assist her patients in achieving their own level of optimal performance.

Dr. Moore teaches regenerative medicine around the world and educates physicians as well as the general public online at www.drtyna.com.

Regenerative Injection Therapies
Your body has an innate ability to heal. Ligaments and tendons can take longer than expected, causing a lot of pain in the joint area where the injury was sustained.

Regenerative injection therapy (RIT) augments the body’s own healing. Techniques stimulate the body’s healing response.

Prolotherapy is a form of RIT that uses injections to stimulate blood flow in ligaments and tendons. It hurts but urges healing to accelerate.

Stem cell therapy utilizes your own stem cells to regenerate healthy tissue in your body. The stem cells are injected into an injured area, like a joint with degenerative arthritis.

Insurance doesn’t cover RIT, making it a better investment for those who typically heal readily.

Listen as Dr. Tyna Moore joins Dr. Holly Lucille to discuss RIT.
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