Treatment Methods

  • Regenerative Therapies
  • Peripheral Neuropathy Treatment
Regenerative Therapies

Regenerative Therapies

Our bodies have an amazing ability to heal itself. A band-aid doesn’t heal the cut on your arm nor does a cast heal a broken bone; it’s your body processing the healing. What if scientists and medical professionals can isolate this ability and use it for specific purposes?

Regenerative medicine focuses on using the natural healing ability to heal tissues and restore function lost due to prior injury, wear and tear, age, and defects without surgery. It goes beyond just managing the symptoms, supporting the body in its natural healing, repairing, and regenerating processes. This exciting, developing branch of medicine has high hopes for addressing a myriad of diseases and conditions. 

Joint pain can be debilitating and can severely affect one’s quality of life. Have you noticed your pain getting worse over the years? Maybe you have trouble walking as far as you used to or doing your favorite activities with your loved ones. Many of our patients have been told that a joint replacement or a spinal fusion is their only option. NexGen Healthcare focuses on regenerative therapies that harness the body’s natural ability to heal. Our program has helped patients with chronic conditions or past injury with little to no down time and most of our patients elect to avoid life-altering surgeries.

To see if you are a candidate for our regenerative therapies and to learn more about how they can help you, contact us today to schedule your consultation.

Peripheral Neuropathy Treatment

Peripheral Neuropathy Treatment

Get relief from neuropathy without surgery, shots, or addictive and dangerous medications

We offer a scientific and comprehensive approach to reverse neuropathy symptoms by:

Increasing blood supply to nerves

Improving blood flow to hands and feet

Repairing and re-educating nerves

Improving balance and mobility

all-natural, non-invasive treatment

A NexGen healthcare provider will perform a full neurological examination to determine your course of treatment depending on the severity and specific types of nerve fibers involved.