Pain Relief Specialist


People suffering from tennis or golfer’s elbow often have a difficult time opening a door or shaking someone’s hand. Common approaches to treating tennis elbow include destructive steroid injections or invasive elbow surgery that has been shown to be no better than sham surgery for treating symptoms.

During this outpatient procedure, we use precise image guidance to inject custom concentrations of your body’s natural healing cells into the exact areas of damage in your elbow to repair damaged tissues and to improve function
and mobility.

Best of all, your downtime will be a fraction of surgery, with little to no need for opioid pain medications or time off of work.


Knee osteoarthritis is one of the most prevalent chronic disabilities in the United States that causes pain and a reduction in range of motion and possible activity until even walking becomes difficult. Common treatment options include harmful steroid injections and risky surgeries that don’t restore patients to full function, while the joint continues to deteriorate over time. As knee osteoarthritis progresses, total knee replacement is the most common treatment.

Regenerative procedures may help restore knee function and mobility, while decreasing pain, without the need for surgery.

Everybody knows someone once or twice removed 
who has had a bad result with back or neck surgery.


Rotator cuff tears are common as people get older.

Don’t automatically assume a tear on an MRI is destiny with a surgeon. It’s important to do your homework and not just take the advice of a doctor without knowing what’s at stake for your rotator cuff long term with rotator cuff treatment in charleston sc.

75% of rotator cuff repair surgeries yield results comparable to no surgery at all.

Conditions Treated

Everybody knows someone once or twice removed 
who has had a bad result with back or neck surgery.

knee specialist in charleston sc suggests as knee osteoarthritis progresses, total knee replacement is the most common treatment for knee pain relief in charleston sc.

Many back specialist in charleston sc suggest patients to Avoid spine surgery,harmful steroid injections and ablations of nerves for your neck and back pain. Give your body the opportunity to heal itself with concentrations of your own natural healing growth factors

Carpal tunnel affects 5% of people who work with computers . Symptoms include pain,numbness,tingling and clumsiness to the thumb, index and middle finger. Treatment usually involves destructive steroid injections or surgery which can lead to scarring and compression on nerves again. Because it is from your own body, PRP treatments are inherently safe 

Osteoarthritis and ligament tears to the foot and ankle can prevent people from doing the things they love to do. Foot and ankle surgery can involve a long rehab period and can lead to permanent restriction of movement. Get treated before damage is irreparable 

Once again steroid injections and surgery are the norm here.Early detection and treatment with PRP and stem cells can help alleviate pain and help heal the damaged area

The use of Platelet-Rich-Plasma (PRP) may provide a new and improved treatment option for early Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) osteoarthritis. A recent study at the Department of Oral Maxillofacial Surgery General University Hospital, Prague compared 30 early onsets OA patients divided equally into 3 groups. Pain intensity was recorded for each patient using a 0-10  scale. Maximum Interincisal Opening (Mouth opening) was also recorded. This assessment was performed at the pretreatment and then at an examination 3 months after administration of 2 intra-articular applications of autologous PRP, 2 intra-articular injections of Hyaluronic Acid (HA) , or commencement of conservative therapy only with soft diet and analgetics.  The results after 3 months revealed that intra-articular injection of autologous PRP appeared to be an effective treatment method for patients with early OA . At the 3-month follow-up, patients improved their mouth opening significantly. Majority of the PRP patients showed decreased pain. The average pain score before PRP administration was 7, while 3 months after PRP administration the pain score was 3.5. In conclusion, the use of PRP is an effective treatment option for early TMJ OA.