Raleigh Spine and Pain Center
Daljit S Buttar, MD
Interventional Pain Management Physician & Headache Specialist located in Raleigh, NC & Charlotte, NC
Diseases and injuries that affect your musculoskeletal system or nerves can feel painful and crippling in some cases. At Raleigh Spine and Pain Center in Raleigh and Charlotte, North Carolina, skilled interventional pain management physician Daljit S. Buttar, MD, and his staff offer regenerative medicine treatments to enhance your body's ability to heal. Call the office to book an appointment or schedule one online today.
Regenerative Medicine Q&A
What is regenerative medicine?
Regenerative medicine at Raleigh Spine and Pain Center includes platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and stem cell injections. These injections reduce ongoing degeneration-related discomfort in your hips, knees, shoulders, elbows, ankles, and other joints, as well as spine pain linked with disc or facet joint degeneration.
What are the benefits of regenerative medicine injections?
Some of the many benefits you can expect by choosing regenerative medicine injections at Raleigh Spine and Pain Center include:
- Joint pain reduction
- Less inflammation
- Faster healing
- Cell regeneration
- No incisions
- No surgery
- No downtime
- Highly effective results
Regenerative medicine injections enhance your body’s natural ability to heal. They reduce the need to take pain medication or undergo invasive procedures.
Is regenerative medicine right for me?
To find out if you’re a candidate for regenerative medicine at Raleigh Spine and Pain Center, Dr. Buttar discusses your symptoms and medical history with you. He checks your vital signs and completes a physical exam to assess joint structure, function, and range of motion.
He may order blood tests, MRIs, ultrasounds, CT scans, X-rays, or other imaging procedures to determine the type and severity of joint problems you struggle with.
What happens during regenerative medicine injections?
During regenerative medicine treatment, Dr. Buttar offers the following:
PRP injections use platelet-rich plasma from your own blood. Your provider takes a sample of blood from your arm and purifies the PRP in a centrifuge. Then they inject PRP into injured, painful joints to stimulate new cell generation.
Stem cell injections
Dr. Buttar may inject stem cells sourced from other areas of your body, or purified stem cells from a lab, into targeted joints to relieve your discomfort.
What should I expect after regenerative medicine injections?
After PRP injections, you can expect redness and swelling at the injection sites, but these side effects don’t last long. Over the next few weeks and months, as your joints begin to heal, you can expect improved musculoskeletal functioning, less pain, and stronger joints.
If you’re interested in regenerative medicine at Raleigh Spine and Pain Center, call the office or schedule an appointment online today.