Regenerative Injection Therapy
Regenerative injection therapy (RIT) is a treatment for chronic pain caused by unhealed injuries around cartilage, joints, ligaments, muscles and tendons. Our treatments include prolotherapy, PRP and perineural injection therapy (PIT).
What Is Regenerative Injection Therapy?
Regenerative injection therapy (RIT) is a treatment for chronic pain caused by unhealed injuries around:
Cartilage, Joints, Ligaments, Muscles, Tendons
Regenerative injection therapy, or treatment, mainly targets joint and chronic pain, in addition to muscle injuries. Treatments involve injecting a natural solution, including your own plasma, into the affected muscle tissue.
RIT helps repair your tendons and ligaments by encouraging healing and new, healthy tissue to form
Benefits of Regenerative Injection Therapy
When you have an injury within your body, your brain sends a signal to the damaged area to begin the healing process.
During this process, your body removes damaged tissue and replaces it with new, healthy tissue, creating an inflammatory state that can be painful.
Anti-inflammatories or steroids treat the pain of inflammation but can suppress the healing process. RIT, however, seeks to replicate the normal, tissue-healing process by injecting a substance into the tissue that stimulates your body’s natural ability to heal.