REGENERATIVE INJECTION THERAPIES
resolving both acute and chronic conditions
Regenerative Injection Therapy (RIT) techniques involve the injection of a solution into damaged soft tissue to promote local inflammation and healing. Regenerative injection therapy causes the body to lay down new connective tissue, which strengthens the integrity of ligaments, tendons and other soft tissue structures. Regenerative injection therapy is often used in conjunction with other techniques to resolve both acute and chronic conditions. The two main RIT’s utilized at Catalyst Kinetics Group are prolotherapy and Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP).
Most musculoskeletal conditions – Arthritis – Carpal tunnel syndrome – Golfer’s/tennis elbow – Lumbar facet sprains – Sacroiliac (SI) joint sprains – Labral damage – Rotator cuff strains – Whiplash – Headaches – Tendonitis – Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction – Sciatica – Acromioclavicular (AC) joint sprains – Wrist pain/instability – Meniscal damage – Plantar fasciitis – Achilles tendinopathy – Low back pain – Shoulder dislocations – Calcific tendinopathies