QC Kinetix (Summerville) uses Regenerative Sports Medicine Solutions to Heal Joint Pain and Restore Mobility

Summerville, SC – Athletes, weekend warriors, active gym goers, outdoor enthusiasts, and adventurers commonly visit QC Kinetix (Summerville) for joint pain and sports injury treatments. The clinic’s regenerative protocol relieves noisy joints, limited joint mobility, swelling/stiffness, muscle cramping/discomfort, weakness, and redness/warmth. A team of experienced medical providers uses laser technology to concentrate energy in the injured area. Its purpose is to create a photochemical response that improves oxygen delivery to the tissue to start the healing and repair process. The Summerville sports medicine clinic approaches also include injectable therapy techniques, connective tissue supplements, and more which regulate the body’s healing factors.

Traditional sports physicians prescribe medication, invasive surgery, or orthopedic treatments to see an athlete through sports injuries that affect the joint tissues. While they may offer pain relief, they’re costly and have extensive side effects that impact movement, physical/mental health, and quality of life. However, regenerative medicine contains a broad category of minimally invasive therapies that trigger the healing/repair of degenerated tissue. They address chronic joint pain, golfer’s elbow, a torn rotator cuff, low back pain, tendon/ligament tears, torn Achilles tendon, bone-on-bone osteoarthritis, torn ACL/meniscus, and other recent/former sports injuries.

The regenerative sports medicine approaches work best as part of a recovery regime that may include physical therapy, rest, compression, bracing, or elevation. When the providers combine alternative therapies with traditional sports injury treatments, athletes experience quick recovery and nourished existing joint tissues. The sports medicine protocols focus on improving athletes’ quality of life, minimizing pain/inflammation, and rehabilitating damaged tissue. Knowing that regenerative medicine is a relatively new field, the providers take time to guide patients on the most appropriate therapies for their conditions.

Athletes with sacroiliitis pain, hand/foot pain, tendonitis pain, or finger/toe pain due to intense training routines, former/recent accidents, poor lifestyle choices, or falls/sprains can discover the root cause of their condition at QC Kinetix (Summerville). Regenerative therapies are popular for musculoskeletal relief and the management of soft tissue injuries as they speed up recovery and enhance long-term comfort. The providers’ primary goal is to help athletes avoid traditional treatments such as anti-inflammatories, physical therapy, therapeutic massages, or painkillers. Alongside helping athletes avoid complicated surgical procedures, regenerative medicine promotes rejuvenation in the injured area and throughout the body.

The team conducts comprehensive consultations on athletes’ first visit to understand their conditions and overall health goals. Once they have a clear picture of the patient’s needs, they perform x-rays and other diagnostics to determine the root cause of the problem before creating a personalized treatment plan.

“Our patient experience is unparalleled in the medical field, as we provide a concierge level of service throughout your entire clinical experience. You will be treated with the highest level of service and respect and educated about your condition, your treatment options, and whether or not you are a candidate for any of the therapies we offer.” – Company Representative.

To request a consultation, call (843) 303-9825 or visit their website. QC Kinetix (Summerville) is located at 1565 Rose Dr Unit B, Summerville, SC, 29483, US.

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Company Name
QC Kinetix (Summerville)
Contact Name
Marc Difronzo
(843) 303-9825
1565 Rose Dr Unit B
Postal Code
United States

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