Wed. Sep 28th, 2022

Jenkintown, PA – Living with chronic pain is a demotivating experience, especially when it comes to finding long-term pain relief solutions. To manage symptoms, most people resort to medication, joint protection, mild physical therapy, rest, or invasive surgeries. While these treatments offer relief for some time, they often fail as long-term solutions since they address the symptoms instead of the root cause of the problem. However, the regenerative medicine solutions utilized at QC Kinetix (Baederwood) are minimally invasive, long-lasting, and use natural components of the body to heal damaged tissues. 

The alternative therapies at the Jenkintown regenerative medicine clinic are administered by a team of medical professionals passionate about reversing the damage done to the muscles, joints, bone tissue, tendons, and ligaments. They thoroughly assess a patient’s condition before recommending customized regenerative medical solutions that improve pain and decrease inflammation, prolonging/eliminating the need for surgical intervention. 

The most common treatments for chronic knee pain, torn ACL/MCL/LCL, decreased range of motion, torn meniscus, knee cracking/popping/snapping, and bone on bone osteoarthritis are steroids, knee replacement surgery, physical therapy, and arthroscopic surgery. The recovery times for these treatments are extensive and expensive, a problem QC Kinetix (Baederwood) is on the mission to mitigate by offering regenerative therapies that help knee joints heal with fewer side effects. 

Weekend warriors, high school/college athletes, professional athletes, and people who love the outdoors are prone to minor/major sports injuries that can slow them down or derail their careers. When the rest, ice, compression, and elevation technique fails to see them through an injury, they can visit the Jenkintown regenerative clinic to stimulate healing/repair of damaged tissue that causes shoulder pain, ankle pain, wrist pain, finger/toe pain, ligament/tendon tears, low back pain, and foot/hand pain. The medical professionals use a combination of natural treatment protocols and traditional sports injury treatments to treat torn Achilles tendon, golfer’s elbow, tennis elbow, and torn rotator cuff. 

While the non-surgical therapies manage sports injuries, QC Kinetix (Baederwood) uses them to treat patients with non-sports-related musculoskeletal injuries/pain resulting from repetitive movements, sprains, falls, poor body mechanics, muscle overuse, overexertion, or trauma. The clinic’s regenerative therapies have become popular to manage soft tissue injuries as they stimulate the body’s natural healing response, lessen inflammation/pain, and speed up recovery. 

Additionally, patients experiencing chronic degenerative conditions of the bones, joints, connective tissues, and cartilage can seek alternative treatments at QC Kinetix (Baederwood). The team uses advanced technology and natural treatment protocols to encourage the body’s existing healing mechanisms to decrease pain due to arthritis of the hips, ankles, low back, toes, fingers, knees, shoulders, hands, and feet. 

To improve musculoskeletal injuries and joint pain with regenerative medicine, visit the clinic’s website or call (215) 999-3000 to schedule a consultation. QC Kinetix (Baederwood) is located at 1653 The Fairway, Suite A216, Jenkintown, PA, 19046, US.

Media Contact

Company Name
QC Kinetix (Baederwood)
Contact Name
Scott Hoots
Phone
(215) 999-3000
Address
1653 The Fairway, Suite A216
City
Jenkintown
State
PA
Postal Code
19046
Country
United States
Website
https://qckinetix.com/greater-philly/baederwood/

By Arlene Huff

Arlene Huff is the founding member of Golden State Online. Before that She was a general assignment reporter. A native Californian, she graduated from the University of California with a degree in medical anthropology and global health. She currently lives in Los Angeles.