PERIPHERAL VASCULAR DISEASE

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Peripheral Vascular Disease (also called Peripheral Artery Disease) is a condition of the circulatory system that causes the blood vessels to narrow and reduce the flow of blood to limbs. This condition indicates that a fair amount of fatty deposits and calcium have built up on the walls of the arteries. The likelihood of this condition occurring will increase with age, as most people who are diagnosed with this condition are over 40 years old. In fact, PVD is a very common disease that affects more than three million people per year in the United States. PVD can be improved by quitting smoking, increasing exercise, and improving your diet. However, when Peripheral Vascular Disease has begun to cause pain in the surrounding ligaments and muscles, this could mean that an alternative solution may need to be pursued in order to find pain relief. At Granite Bay Regenerative Medicine in Roseville, our Regenerative Medicine therapy and Platelet-Rich Plasma therapy have helped many people find pain relief for Peripheral Vascular Disease.

Regenerative Medicine Therapy and PRP therapy for Peripheral Vascular Disease have been utilized to help build new blood vessels in the body. In addition to helping dismantle plaque accumulation in the arteries, Regenerative Medicine therapy and PRP therapy can also help other areas of the body that are affected by PVD. This chronic disease can become progressive if not helped properly with effective therapy and by making some dramatic lifestyle changes. At Granite Bay Regenerative Medicine in Roseville, we extract stem cells from fat tissue, bone marrow or amniotic tissue, concentrate them to heighten their effect, and re-injected them into the affected area to amplify the body’s ability to heal naturally. Regenerative Medicine Therapy may not work on every person who is diagnosed with Peripheral Vascular Disease, and that is why, at Granite Bay Regenerative Medicine in Roseville, we provide an extensive initial examination consultation to completely understand your condition.

By injecting highly concentrated cells into the affected area, the arteries that are affected begin to receive help with dismantling plaque that accumulated in the artery and is causing you pain. Regenerative Medicine and PRP can also help restore function in the legs that have suffered from pain and tightness as a result of PVD.

If you have been recently diagnosed with Peripheral Vascular Disease, you may be a candidate to receive Regenerative Medicine therapy or Platelet-Rich Plasma therapy. Don’t wait! The longer you wait to get help, the worse your condition becomes, and the lower your chances are of finding a permanent solution.

At Granite Bay Regenerative Medicine in Roseville, we understand how important it is to live without pain, and we may be able to help you find a solution with regenerative medicine or PRP. For more information about Regenerative Medicine Therapy and Platelet-Rich Plasma Injection Therapy and to see if you qualify for this therapy, call Granite Bay Regenerative Medicine in Roseville at (916) 713-5050 to schedule a comprehensive examination consultation in our Roseville office.

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