Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative Medicine services offered in South Tampa; Hyde Park, Tampa, Brandon, Lakeland and Lakewood Ranch, FL

Regenerative medicine treatments activate your body’s healing systems when you suffer tissue damage. The medical team at LeHeal Biogenix in Tampa, Lakewood Ranch, Brandon, and Lakeland, Florida, specializes in regenerative medicine or natural biologics treatments to reduce many kinds of musculoskeletal pain. They use platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections and Natural Biologics for conditions ranging from lower back pain and joint pain to tendon strains and ligament sprains. Call LeHeal Biogenix or book an appointment online today to learn how regenerative medicine can ease your pain.

What is regenerative medicine? 

Regenerative medicine restores, repairs, and replaces damaged tissues like muscle, tendon, ligament, and cartilage. It’s an emerging area of medicine that uses human cells to boost natural healing.

The LeHeal Biogenix team separates and concentrates substances like plasma, platelets, and stem cells from your own blood or may use use donated HCT/Ps. These substances are what your body uses to repair tissue damage, so they’re natural, ethical, and safe.

What does regenerative medicine treat?

Regenerative medicine for acute injuries and long-term (chronic) pain is the process of repairing, replacing, or supplementing missing or damaged tissues.

Conditions the LeHeal Biogenix team uses regenerative medicine for include:

  • Ligament sprains
  • Tendon and muscle strains
  • Rotator cuff tears
  • Tendinitis (tendon inflammation)
  • Plantar fasciitis (heel pain)
  • Cartilage injuries
  • Tennis and golfer’s elbow
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Joint pain from arthritis and bursitis
  • Neuropathy

Regenerative medicine treatments may also promote bone healing after a fracture.

How does regenerative medicine work?

Under the right conditions, regenerative medicine treatments and PRP injections can speed up recovery and reconstruct new, healthy tissue.

Everyone has millions of adult stem cells, which help your body repair itself. Studies show that grouping and injecting adult stem cells into areas where patients have diseased or damaged tissue helps reduce inflammation.

Regenerative medicine's goal is to reboot or replace tissues or organs damaged by disease, injury, age, or other problems. Instead of treating symptoms with medication and invasive procedures, regenerative medicine offers a solution that causes minimal discomfort, is safe, and targets the source of pain.

What does having regenerative medicine treatments involve?

The first step in receiving regenerative medicine treatments is harvesting the required cells. PRP injections consist of plasma (liquid) and platelets from your blood. After taking a blood sample, the LeHeal Biogenix team spins it very fast in a small centrifuge machine. This device separates the plasma and platelets from the red and white blood cells.

Stem cells can come from your fatty tissues, bone marrow, or a donor source like umbilical cord blood after a healthy birth. When the regenerative medicine is ready, your doctor injects it into the damaged tissues. They might use diagnostic imaging (such as ultrasound) to ensure pinpoint accuracy.

After your regenerative medicine injection, you can go about your day. Any soreness from the injection quickly wears off. Full results from Natural Biologic procedures, on average, can take up six months. Although improvements present as early as one to three months. After a few weeks, enough new cells should present for you to feel an improvement in your symptions. It is recommended to begin Laser Therapy two weeks after the injection to further stimulate the cells and promote healing.



Call LeHeal Biogenix or Schedule Your Free Consultation today to see how regenerative medicine can relieve your musculoskeletal pain.


This information has been provided for educational purposes only and is not an exhaustive examination of the subject matter. It is intended for your general knowledge and is not a substitute for medical advice.