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Regenerative Associates of Texas uses regenerative medical treatments to address a wide range of conditions, such as chronic pain. In Waco, Wichita, and Abilene you’ll find no clinic more committed to helping patients achieve their wellness goals, or a more highly trained and competent staff of medical professionals. Providing more than just physical medicine, Regenerative Associates of Texas is able to provide relief for a variety of issues because we are an integrated functional medicine practice, specializing in not only the treatment of acute and chronic pain, but also natural health and wellness.

Our clinics specialize in addressing conditions that include but are not limited to:

  • Back Pain
  • Neck Pain
  • Sciatica Leg Pain
  • Peripheral Neuropathy
  • Disc Herniation
  • Spinal Stenosis
  • Sciatica Leg Pain
  • Failed Back Surgery Treatment
  • Headaches/Migraines

At Regenerative Associates of Texas, we provide regenerative medicine solutions that patients can trust. If you’re seeking a regenerative medicine solution to your pain, or you just want to learn how achieve your own optimal wellness, it’s time to attend one of our upcoming seminars. Call us today at 844-248-5111

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Back Treatments
If you suffer with the Following Back Conditions; learn more about how Regenerative Therapy can help restore your health and help you live Pain-Free!

Back Pain
Facet Syndrome
Degenerative Disc Disease
Lumbar Arthritis
Osteoarthritis

 

Regenerative Therapy for Back Pain
At Regenerative Associates of Texas we specialize in back pain treatment. We have pioneered the industry’s latest proven alternatives to surgery and steroids. Our in-office, same-day procedures will alleviate your back pain regardless of the cause. We treat a range of conditions including spondylolisthesis, spinal arthritis, intervetebral disc degeneration, spinal stenosis and herniated discs. Even those with little or no cartilage around their knee have benefited from Regenerative Associates of Texas’s procedures. Our revolutionary platelet rich plasma (PRP) and Regenerative Therapy procedures helps the body with treating the underlying damage and conditions that cause you pain. Our doctors will inject these cells to the target area, and they then act as an immunologically privileged material to rebuild and strengthen the damaged tissue which causes back pain.
Regenerative Therapy for Facet Syndrome
Facet syndrome is a condition that affects the small joints between the vertebrae that make up the spine, and is one of the most common conditions causing lower back and neck pain. These joints are constantly moving, providing the stability and flexibility needed to walk, sit, turn, and bend. Each of these small joints of the neck and spine contain soft tissues and cartilage that absorb shock during these movements and are important to protect the bones from rubbing against each other and causing friction. This can cause inflammation and swelling of the joints, headaches, and make even slight movements painful. Facet syndrome has historically been difficult to treat, but new developments in regenerative medicine offer new, advanced treatment options. Regenerative Therapy is a natural alternative to the risks of medications, steroid injections, and surgery. By using regenerative medicine, our specialists can target specific areas of pain and inflammation to alleviate pain and trigger an immune response that helps heal damaged tissues. Our non-invasive procedures can be done in a same-day, in-office visit.
Regenerative Therapy for Degenerative Disc Disease
The spine is made up of several vertebrae, separated by soft tissue and cartilage that provides cushioning between the bones. The cartilage between each bone is called a disc, and each disc keeps the bones from rubbing against one another. Disc degeneration occurs when this cartilage wears down or becomes damaged. If left untreated, disc degeneration can limit mobility, and lead to bone spurs and chronic pain. People suffering from back problems no longer have to settle for pain medications, steroid injections, or risky surgical procedures. Regenerative Therapy is an advanced, non-surgical procedure that rebuilds degenerating discs and tissues. Our team of specialists is experienced in finding the right treatment options that can reduce inflammation and the development of scar tissue, and get you feeling better fast.
Regenerative Therapy for Lumbar Arthritis
Lumbar arthritis is chronic inflammation in the soft tissues within the joints of the lower back. Cartilage discs that sit between each vertebrae provide support and stability for the constant movement in the back. When the supportive tissues are damaged from injury or begin to deteriorate, painful swelling and inflammation can occur from friction between the bones. Arthritis can become an ongoing, chronic issue that not only causes pain, stiffness, and swelling, but can limit mobility and the ability to perform daily activities. The use of regenerative medicine techniques can eliminate the inflammation that causes symptoms of lumbar arthritis. Regenerative Therapy is a procedure that uses healing cells to target pain areas, reduce inflammation, and even generate new growth of supportive soft tissues.
Regenerative Therapy for Osteoarthritis
Osteoarthritis is the degeneration of the protective cartilage that covers the ends of the bones in the joints. It is also known as degenerative arthritis or wear and tear arthritis. The protein that makes up the cartilage degenerates by forming tiny cracks or by flaking. This can eventually result in a total loss of cartilage. Once the cartilage is lost, the friction between the bones can stimulate spurs or bony growths to form around the joints. Rather than going for the traditional treatments, you can visit Regenerative Associates of Texas for a non-invasive alternative. Our same-day procedure may help to reduce, or in some cases eliminate the pain, recovery time and risk associated with traditional treatments. Our procedure also helps the body with treating the underlying damage and conditions that cause you pain. Regenerative Associates of Texas treatment for osteoarthritis typically includes a combination of Regenerative Therapy and our advanced form of platelet rich plasma (PRP) therapy which has been fortified and enhanced with additional natural growth factors and cytokines.
Shoulder Treatments
If you suffer with the Following Shoulder Conditions; learn more about how Regenerative Medicine can help restore your health and help you live Pain-Free!

Shoulder Injuries
Rotator Cuff Tears
Shoulder Degeneration and Arthritis
Bursitis

Regenerative Medicine For Shoulder Injuries
Sports activities that require repeating overhead movements like lifting weights, swimming, throwing or pitching, and swinging of the arms put a lot of strain on the shoulder. Even regular, everyday activities can damage the shoulder such as gardening, hanging curtains, or even scrubbing the floors or walls. Often, injury to the shoulder is difficult to heal, and can easily become a recurring problem, even if the immediate pain has subsided. Once ligaments and tissues have been damaged, scar tissue and inflammation can continue to form and build. It is also common for the same injury to reappear, and flare up at later times. Sports or other injury to the shoulder can now be treated with non-invasive, regenerative medicine procedures like Regenerative Therapy. This is a revolutionary treatment option that has helped many patients avoid prescription medications, steroid injections, and even surgery.
Regenerative Medicine For Rotator Cuff Tears
Your shoulder is a ball-and-socket joint in which the ball of your upper arm bone fits into the socket of your shoulder blade. The rotator cuff is a network of four muscles that come together as tendons forming a covering around the head of the upper arm bone keeping the arm bone firmly attached to the socket of the shoulder blade (scapula). The rotator tears usually develop gradually due to stress, overuse and natural wear and tear. People who repeatedly lift their arm overhead are more vulnerable to overuse tears. These include athletes such as tennis players, swimmers, weight lifters, and baseball pitchers. A tear in the rotator cuff produces a lot of pain and also contributes to instability in the shoulder joint. If it is severe, there may be weakness or an inability to lift the arm. Regenerative Associates of Texas’s healthcare partner providers use regenerative therapy, which has been fortified and enhanced with cytokines and additional natural growth factors to aid in the recovery of rotator cuff injuries. After injection directly into the rotator cuff, these cells combine with the body’s own natural immune cells and aid the body in repairing the tear.
Regenerative Therapy For Shoulder Degeneration
Degeneration of the shoulder joints is usually a progressive condition that evolves and worsens over time. Shoulder degeneration occurs when the cartilage that protects and surrounds the bones begins to wear down. Without this cushioning between the bones, movement causes friction within the joint. This friction causes pain, inflammation, swelling, and can lead to the development of bone spurs. Regenerative Therapy takes a high concentration of immune cells, and uses them to target specific areas with damaged tissues. Inflammation and aging slows down the natural production of these cells, and the development of scar tissue limits the range of motion needed for proper rehabilitation. Using concentrated levels of Regenerative Therapy, these cells can quickly reduce pain, inflammation, and scar tissue. This supports the immune system in healing damage within the shoulder joint.
Regenerative Medicine for Shoulder Bursitis
The larger joints of the body contain small, fluid-filled sacs called bursae that provide cushioning between muscles, bones and tissues, allowing them to move smoothly without friction. Bursitis is the inflammation of one or more of these bursae, and often occurs within the shoulder joint, causing stiffness and making movement painful. The best treatments for bursitis aim to reduce the inflammation that is causing the pain and stiffness. Regenerative Therapy is a revolutionary treatment protocol that takes concentrated amounts of healing cells, and uses them directly in the area of inflammation and damage. This is a non-surgical procedure that can be done in-office, and quickly and naturally alleviates shoulder pain.
Hip Treatments

If you suffer with the Following Hip Conditions; learn more about how Regenerative Therapy can help restore your health and help you live Pain-Free!

Hip Pain
Labrum Tear
Hip Osteoarthritis
Hip Degeneration
Hip Bursitis

Regenerative Therapy for Hip Pain
Hip pain is a common problem that affects many people making it difficult to walk, stand and sit. Hip pain has many causes making essential to be evaluated properly to find the true cause. There are many conditions that can cause hip pain, including osteroarthritis, bursitis, tendonitis, and osteonecrosis. Regenerative Associates of Texas’s doctors have extensive experience when it comes to hip pain treatment. We have pioneered the industry’s latest proven alternatives to surgery and steroids. Our in-office, same-day procedures will alleviate your hip pain regardless of the cause. Our revolutionary platelet rich plasma (PRP) and regenerative procedures helps the body with treating the underlying damage and conditions that cause you pain. Our surgeons use regenerative therapy to rebuild and strengthen the damaged tissue of your hip, aiding in the elimination of your pain and improving your quality of life.
Regenerative Therapy for Labrum Tears
Labrum tear is caused in many different ways. Sports injuries are the main cause of labrum tears. The reason is, the outermost part of the labrum attaches directly to the tendon. So the athletes who use a lot of force and motion such as weightlifters, golfers and baseball pitchers are at high risk of this type of injury. Traumatic injury is the most common cause of a tear. Traumatic injury may result from a situation such as falling in a manner that puts strain on the hip or a direct blow or sudden pull. Furthermore, labrum tear can result from degradation of the cartilage from overuse, repetitive motion and a dislocated hip. If you are suffering from labrum tear, you can visit us for a painless alternative to cortisone injections and/or surgery. After undergoing our procedure it will take you a very short time to recover. Regenerative Associates of Texas’s procedure for labrum tears includes regenerative therapy. This procedure reduces the risk associated with traditional surgery and helps the body with treating the underlying damage. Regenrative Therapy accelerates the healing process by making the conditions in the affected area more conducive to repair and stimulating the movement of regenerative cells towards the site of inflammation.
Regenerative Therapy for Hip Osteoarthritis
Osteoarthritis of the hip results from years of wear and tear. Cartilage provides a buffer in the joint between the bones to allow smooth, easy movement. Over time, this cartilage begins to break down and become brittle. Without enough cartilage to protect the bones from rubbing together and causing damage, this friction leads to swelling and painful inflammation. Ultimately, stiffness and soreness can limit mobility, and make moving the joint very painful. Traditionally, hip pain has been difficult to treat, with pain medications, steroid injections, or even surgery being the best possible treatment options. Fortunately, recent developments in technology and medicine make it possible to treat osteoarthritis pain naturally. Regenerative Therapy cells are powerful healing agents that, when used in concentrated doses, can quickly reduce inflammation and scar tissue, and enhance the natural healing processes of the body. Regenerative Therapy is a non-invasive, in-office procedure that safely and effectively alleviates osteoarthritis pain.
Regenerative Therapy for Hip Degeneration
The hips are often the most used joint in the body, and over time take a lot of wear and tear. Hip degeneration is a condition that usually develops and worsens over a long period of time, and with the aging process. Some may not notice any symptoms in the first stages, and then may appear suddenly. When the cartilage protecting and surrounding the hip bones begins to wear down, those bones can begin to rub together. This friction between the bones eventually causes severe pain, inflammation, and swelling. It may cause stiffness, limit the joint’s range of motion, or even lead to the development of bone spurs. Advanced developments in regenerative medicine now make it possible to effectively treat pain from hip degeneration without prescription medications or steroid injections. In many cases, it may even help some sufferers avoid high-risk surgeries. Procedures like Regenerative Therapy take allograft tissue containing stem cells, and use them to help the body heal specific areas of damaged tissue. This process provides support for the immune system to help heal damage and degeneration within the hip joint.
Regenerative Therapy for Hip Bursitis
Inside the larger joints of the body are small, fluid-filled sacs called bursae that provide cushioning between muscles, bones and tissues, allowing them to move smoothly without friction. Bursitis is a condition involving the inflammation of one or more of these bursae. It can occur within the hip joints, causing mild to severe pain and stiffness, while making movement uncomfortable. Treatment for bursitis should first reduce the inflammation that is causing the pain and stiffness in the hip joint. Regenerative Therapy is one of our advanced treatment options that takes concentrated amounts of healing, and uses them to treat the specific area of inflammation and damage. Regenerative Therapy is a revolutionary solution to heal degeneration of soft joint tissues, and a safe alternative to medications, steroid injections, and surgery. This is a non-surgical procedure that can be done in-office to quickly and naturally alleviate your hip pain.
Knee Treatments
If you suffer with the Following Knee Conditions; learn more about how Regenerative Medicine can help restore your health and help you live Pain-Free!

Meniscus Tear
Knee Degeneration
ACL or PCL Injury
Chondromalacia

Regenerative Therapy for Meniscus Tear
When the meniscus cartilage raptures due to traumatic injuries or due to age-related wear and tear it is referred to as meniscus tear. A meniscus tear is usually very painful and limiting. The knee will not operate correctly with this type of injury. The meniscus is located at the knee joint. It is a rubbery piece of cartilage that acts as the body’s shock absorber and also acts as a pad to stabilize and protect the knee. Meniscus tears are of three degrees: severe, moderate and minor. A severe meniscus tear is when bits of ruptured meniscus enter the knee joint and affects the function of the knee causing a lot of pain. But for minor and moderate meniscus tears, the pain usually disappears after conventional treatment or a few weeks of rest. Those suffering from a meniscus tear are increasingly becoming aware of the implications of removing the meniscus through surgical operation; they also prefer not to risk the side effects that come with steroid injections. Regenerative Associates of Texas offers a non-invasive alternative to surgery and steroid injections for this problem. We also treat the underlying issues that cause the pain using Regenerative Associates of Texas’s advanced form of Regenerative Therapy. By using this regenerative approach, the medical collateral ligament can repair itself and regain its function of holding the knee bones in place, thus relieving pressure on other components such as the particular cartilage and meniscus.
Regenerative Therapy for Knee Degeneration
Degeneration of the joints can occur in any of the joints in the body, especially those that experience lots of wear and tear. The knees are used in so many daily motions that feeling pain with each movement is debilitating. Joint degeneration generally develops over time, but can suddenly worsen and become more severe and disabling. Cartilage or other soft tissues within the knee joint can begin to dehydrate, deteriorate, or become damaged from some type of injury. These tissues provide a protective cushion between the bones for smooth movement. Once these start to wear down, or degenerate, friction within the joint can lead to inflammation, swelling, bone spurs, and other painful symptoms. Recent developments in Regenerative Medicine make it possible to treat degenerative joint conditions naturally, without the need for medications, steroids, or surgery. Regenerative Therapy uses allografts containing stem cells to target the damaged and deteriorating tissues. Concentrated amounts of these cells are injected into the affected area, and support the body’s natural healing response to reduce inflammation and reverse damage and deterioration of tissue.
Regenerative Therapy for ACL or PCL Injury
The posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) and anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) are both major ligaments providing strength and stability within the knee joint. Ligaments are thick bands of tissue that connect bones. Injuries to these connective tissues are painful, debilitating, and have historically been a challenge to treat and heal. In the past, these kinds of injuries could cause what was considered permanent damage to the knee joints. Traditionally, the most common treatment for torn ligaments in the knee is arthroscopic surgery and reconstruction. Developments in regenerative medicine make effective, natural treatment of PCL and ACL injuries within reach. Procedures like Regenerative Therapy offer non-surgical treatment options for those suffering from knee injuries and damage to soft tissues in the joints.
Regenerative Therapy for Chondromalacia
Also known as “runner’s knee,” chondromalacia is inflammation of the underside of the kneecap, and deterioration of the cartilage that supports it. When this cartilage is damaged or wears down, it becomes difficult to bend and straighten out the leg. This condition is common among young athletes, but may also be present in older individuals with arthritis of the knee.Regenerative Therapy and other regenerative medicine techniques offer natural treatment alternatives to pain medications, steroid injections, and surgery. Using these cells, our specialists are able to target specific areas of inflammation or injury and restore damaged tissues. These are cutting-edge techniques that have provided relief and healing to so many of our patients with knee pain.
Foot & Ankle Conditions

If you suffer with the Following Foot / Ankle Conditions; learn more about how Regenerative Medicine can help restore your health and help you live Pain-Free!

Foot Pain
Plantar Fascitis.

Regenerative Therapy for Foot / Ankle Pain
Regenerative Associates of Texas’s providers have extensive experience when it comes to foot and ankle pain treatment. We have pioneered the industry’s latest proven alternatives to surgery and steroids. Our same-day procedures will alleviate your foot and ankle pain regardless of the cause. Our revolutionary platelet rich plasma (PRP) and regenerative procedures helps the body with treating the underlying damage that causes you pain. With just one visit to our specialists you can be on the road to living a pain free life. Our doctors utilize Regenerative Therapy to rebuild and strengthen damaged tissue. We can start your healing process on the initial visit. Alleviate your foot and ankle pain today!
Regenerative Therapy for Plantar Fasciitis
Plantar fascia or arch tendon is located at the bottom of the foot. It is a broad connective tissue that runs across the bottom of the foot and spreads from the heel bone to the toes at the front of the foot. Its overuse is what causes plantar fasciitis. The common symptoms of planter fasciitis include pain upon walking; the pain decreases as the foot begins to get warm, and also stabbing heel pain which originates at the bottom of the heel. This condition is commonly identified as a heel spur although both are not entirely the same. This is because a heel spur arises at the point where the plantar fascia connects the heel bone (calcaneus) which develops as a bony growth. At Regenerative Associates of Texas we have introduced a new regenerative technique for the treatment of plantar fasciitis. We treat the stressed connective tissue with an injection allograft tissue containing stem cells. Our procedure regenerates damaged tissue while reducing pain. So if you are not satisfied with the results that traditional orthopedic treatments have delivered for your plantar fasciitis, contact us to learn more about how regenerative therapy can help.
Hand & Wrist Conditions
If you suffer with the Following Hand / Wrist Conditions; learn more about how Regenerative Therapy can help restore your health and help you live Pain-Free!

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Wrist Arthritis

Regenerative Therapy for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Applying too much pressure to the carpal tunnel causes the median nerve to become pinched resulting in many problems that are experienced in the wrist and hand including pain, tingling and difficulty functioning. The carpal tunnel is a pathway that runs from the elbow down to the hand. It is located on the inner aspect of your arm and houses a median nerve and many other tendons. If you have the carpal tunnel syndrome and you do not want to risk the side effects associated with steroid injections or you don’t want to go for surgery, you can visit one of Regenerative Associates of Texas’s partner healthcare providers. We offer a non-invasive alternative to steroid injections and surgery for carpal tunnel syndrome. Our partner healthcare providers will treat all the underlying issues that are causing you pain by utilizing Regenerative Associates of Texas’s Advanced Regenerative Therapy to help heal the cause of your wrist pain. We will assess your condition before coming up with the specifics of your treatment. This is because the treatment procedure depends on factors such as your age, health, etc.
Regenerative Therapy for Wrist Arthritis

Arthritis of the hands and wrists is inflammation of the various tissues within the joints. Each joint is made up of tendons, ligaments, cartilage, and other soft tissues that provide cushioning where the bones meet, keeping them from rubbing against each other. When there is damage or deterioration within the joints, arthritis is likely to develop. Usually, the condition progressively develops and worsens over time. Sudden, traumatic injury to the delicate soft tissues of the hand and wrist joints can also lead to the inflammation, stiffness, and pain of arthritis. Arthritis pain can easily become a chronic condition, and becomes increasingly more difficult to treat. Despite the risks involved, many have tried prescription pain medications, steroid injections, and even surgery to relieve their pain. Now there are advanced, non-surgical techniques to reduce inflammation and arthritic pain. Regenerative Therapy takes allografts containing a high concentration of immune cells, healing and growth factors that help not only heal your inflamed joint but also helps to regenerate tissue. This is a same-day, in-office procedure that helps your body heal the arthritis in your hands and wrists naturally, without the need for surgery.

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Testimonials

What Patients are Saying

“For anyone who does read comments and wants to hear from someone who has been to Neuropathy & Pain Centers of Texas or is just interested in Stem Cell Treatment. I went in late September (the 30th I believe for the Consultation) and had the treatment on the 5th of October. My situation was, I had torn my meniscus in August and went to see an Orthopedic doctor. I was told surgery was not an option due to an old ACL injury that I never had fixed. I was already starting to experience symptoms of arthritis in my knee and was told I would just have to baby my knee and that at some point I would need to have a knee replacement. I am 40 and a very active person. I did not like the fact of having to slow down. I have to say, I am very impressed! Going from not being able to put any weight on my leg for 3 days in August to now being pain free and seeing a noticeable difference. I still had to allow healing time and no high impact on the joint during the process, but it is definitely the best since I didn’t have to miss any work or endure the invasive process of surgery.”Shawn MacDonald
“Short and sweet…I had amniotic stem cell injections… 1 in each knee… it was painless & it took less than 15 minutes total… The arthritic knee pain I’ve lived with for 20 years is negligible at most and usually non-existent now… I am very optimistic and thankful for the doctors, nurses and staff of Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas. I am thankful I did not have to undergo surgery and then the recovery that follows. My family doctor said a knee replacement was inevitable, but I know too many people who have had multiple knee surgeries after their first, second, or even third surgery.”Rod Smith
“I’m 39 years old with two bad knees and this has been the best decision I have made! Being a teacher I am on my feet most of the day, so my knees were causing me constant pain. My knees have changed and I’m walking better than I have in months. I was told I needed a knee replacement time after time, but I made the best decision with Neuropathy & Pain Centers of Texas.”Ronica Johnson
“I was skeptical when I first heard about Stem Cells, but my husband and I decided to go ahead and see what they had to say about this. I really didn’t want to have surgery on my knee because when I had my knee surgery I was told by the surgeon I had met my deductible, but 3 weeks after my surgery I received a bill for over 6 grand. After receiving Stem Cells in my knee I haven’t had surgery, I have seen a 90% improvement! If you are thinking about doing this I would say it’s one of the BEST decisions I have ever made!”Debra Mallard
“Before coming to Neuropathy & Pain Centers of Texas I had constant knee pain and was facing knee surgery. I knew there was another way. I saw the Stem Cell Therapy and decided to go in for the consultation. I decided to have Stem Cell Therapy done on my knee, due to the meniscus tear & arthritis, but after the therapy I was pain free. Best decision I have made!”Nancy Clark Gergas
“I was having a lot of pain and knee problems when the weather changed. Neuropathy & Pain Centers of Texas has helped me regain the quality of life I once had! I will tell anyone, Stem Cell Therapy worked very well for me! I can enjoy my day-to-day activities again!”Sondra Jones
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