Injections


R
egenerative 
Medicine

What is it?

         >Regenerative medicine involves using your body to heal itself, using naturally occurring cells and specialized fluids. Schrock                     Medical Clinic provides patients with allogeneic allograft treatments for regenerating healing purposes. These treatments are                   made up of hyaluronic acid, regenerative cells, and cytokines, which are all powerful growth factors that help regenerate your                   body’s tissues.

          Once you’re injected with the allogeneic allograft serum, the growth factors start to work, triggering cell growth in the area                         injected. Over the following few weeks, cells grow and divide, forming new tissues. This helps heal damaged or injured areas you            have, without going through a surgical procedure.  

         Which areas can be treated with regenerative medicine?

        >Regenerative medicine with allogeenic allograft treatments is beneficial for healing many types of bone and soft tissue problems,               including arthritis. The injections help heal your:

    • Knees
    • Shoulders
    • Hips
    • Elbows
    • Ankles
    • Wrists

          How long does regenerative medicine take to work?

          >Because you are kickstarting your body into making new tissues, it does take some time for your regenerative medicine                              treatment to start working. Some patients report a dramatic reduction in their pain levels in as little as two months, while others              experience improvement within a few weeks. It just depends on how quickly your body responds to the treatment.

Hyaluronic Acid Therapy 

What is it?
>Hyaluronic acid is naturally found in the human body, primarily as fluids in the eyes and joints.

What does it do?
>A hyaluronic acid joint injection, acts as a cushion and lubricant to create joint space and better movement within a joint.

Frequency
>Typically a series of 3-5 injections over time.

Sarapin Injection Therapy 

What is it? 
>Sarapin originates from a plant commonly known as a Pitcher Plant and is a natural anti-inflammatory it has been used for seven decades in medicine as an injectable natural alternative to painkillers.

What does it do?
>Sarapin acts as an effective, very low to no side effect, painkiller that unlike cortisone causes no tissue destruction, no systemic reactions, and gives results in pain relief similar to a cortisone injection.

Trigger Point Injections

What is it? 
>A trigger point in is an injection of Lidocaine/Marcaine/Saline or a mixture of them. It breaks up tissue that has balled up and began guarding an area. These trigger points cause pain locally or pain in other areas affected by this action.

What does it do? 
>The injection breaks up the tissue that is balled up and guarding to relieve pressure on the muscles and nervous system, allowing them to return to normal function, relieving pain and helping to restore proper function within those muscles.

Frequency
>Typically as a series of injections until the affected tissue responds by not balling up and guarding that area any longer

Office Hours

Office Hours

Monday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed