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Regenerative Medicine

Discover how Regenerative Medicine heals the body

Regenerative Medicine is an innovative and exciting strategy to deal with musculoskeletal injuries. It utilizes your body’s own healing power to restore integrity and function to the tissues of your ligaments, tendons and joints. Dr. Weiss offers a variety of regenerative procedures.

Please speak to us about additional cutting edge techniques in regenerative medicine that we can offer.

Platelet Rich Plasma

What is PRP?

PRP uses the natural healing properties of your own blood in order to treat pain arising from tendons, ligaments and muscles. Many people know that platelets are responsible for blood clotting after injury. What many do not know, is that platelets release growth factors that help tissues heal and that they stimulate regeneration.

What makes PRP+ different than PRP?

PRP+ is rich in proteins such as VEGF, PDG-F, TGF-β, FGF, Alpha-2 Macroglobulin, Interleukin-1 receptor antagonist protein, and fibrinogen. PRP puts a greater emphasis on platelets.

Why use PRP+?

PRP+ is particularly good in targeting degenerative and inflammatory conditions such as osteoarthritis. In particular, IRAP blocks the inflammatory cascade that drives degenerative change and A2M binds and removes destructive proteases associated with cartilage and tissue breakdown within the joint or disc space.


What are Exosomes?

Exosomes are tiny vesicles secreted by stem cells that contain lipids, messenger-RNA, micro-RNA, signaling cytokines, and proteins to create a regenerative response to heal various injuries.

Why Exosomes?

Isolating the beneficial signals given out by stem cells and using them, rather than the stem cells themselves, is the next generation of therapy.

Other cells will react to these messaging signals and will change their behavior accordingly. There is a tremendous therapeutic potential for extracellular vesicles, particularly exosomes.


Clotalyst is similar to platelet rich plasma but with an even greater capacity for healing. The injectate remains in the area because it is bound immediately by a clot. This results in a more focused and concentrated response.


Prolotherapy uses the body’s natural healing process to decrease pain and improve function. It involves the injection of a mild irritant solution to stimulate a controlled healing process. By stimulating localized inflammation, a healing cascade is initiated that results in the deposition of new collagen. As the new collagen matures, it strengthens the cartilage ligament or tendon that was injected. Learn more about prolotherapy.

Perineural Injection Therapy

Perineural injection therapy is similar to prolotherapy. It uses a dilute sugar solution into the area around the nerve. Neurogenic inflammation drives chronic pain when nerves become damaged. The pain is often described as radiating and can span a large area of the body. Inflamed nerves can be the reason behind chronically restricted and painful muscles.These injections block the message and when repeated over time can return the nerve to a healthy state and relieve pain. The average number of treatments is 4-8.


A century of history has been documented with no reported recipient rejections because the amniotic tissue does not express HLA type antigens. In fact, there is a significant body of peer-reviewed literature documenting anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory, and anti-tumorigenic characteristics. Additionally, the literature demonstrates up-regulation of healthy, strong tissue regeneration.

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