“With our new Sports Medicine program, we are bringing regenerative medicine, sports sciences, and body movements together under one roof, which will enhance our ability to identify problems in real-time.” —Danesh Mazloomdoost, M.D., Wellward Regenerative Medicine
LEXINGTON, Ky. (PRWEB)
October 01, 2020
Wellward Regenerative Medicine, leading provider of regenerative management of chronic pain and mental wellness, announced its new and innovative Sports Medicine Program for all athletes and active individuals in the greater Lexington region.
With a deep history and expertise in treating orthopedic and neurological pain using cutting-edge, non-surgical regenerative treatments, Wellward Regenerative Medicine is already positioned and capable of helping athletes recover from sports injuries. By combining the expertise and experience of Wellward’s clinicians with Physical Therapy Sciences and Sports Medicine, Wellward now offers even greater advantages to athletes compared to similar services.
“The healthcare field today is very fragmented,” said Danesh Mazloomdoost, M.D., Medical Director, Anesthesiologist and Regenerative Specialist at Wellward. “This fragmentation slows down recovery or stops it altogether, making it a frustrating process for injured athletes who want to speed up return-to-play. With our new Sports Medicine program, we are bringing regenerative medicine, sports sciences, and body movements together under one roof, which will enhance our ability to identify problems in real-time. Better diagnosis means better, faster, stronger recovery.”
Wellward has developed a unique process called Pain Mapping to identify the root cause of pain in a single appointment. During the pain mapping process, Wellward’s clinicians get a comprehensive look into patients’ medical histories and examine the body using novel techniques like live, image-guided diagnosis. Using ultrasound and fluoroscopy (live X-ray) Wellward gains insight into how the body moves when it hurts to pinpoint the cause. This gives visibility like no other diagnostic test, including MRI scans or standard X-rays, because they are live images that can be reviewed in real-time rather than flat, immobile pictures. Diagnostic injections then confirm the problem and patients receive a full explanation of their pain, triggers to avoid, and a treatment plan needed to maximize health and recovery all in the span of a day rather than weeks.
Wellward’s Sports Medicine program can not only speed up acute injury recovery and treatment for athletes but it can also enhance performance to elevate the athlete to new levels. The Wellward Sports Medicine program includes these services:
- Live Image-Guided Diagnostics & Therapeutics
- Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)
- Stem Cell-Derived Treatments
- Sports Physicals
- Peak Performance Athletic Training
- Performance Anxiety Deep Dives
- Concussion Care
“We are very excited to work with more athletes in the Lexington area,” commented Dr. Danesh. “This new service fits perfectly with what we already offer the community. We have long focused on recovery from chronic pain. With Sports Medicine we are looking at preventing chronic pain from the start – arthritis can be prevented if we treat the minor aches and pains that, over time, would erode the joint.”
To learn more about the Wellward Sports Medicine program, visit wellwardmed.com or call (859) 275-4878.
About Wellward Regenerative Medicine
Wellward Regenerative Medicine is more than a clinic – it’s a movement to reclaim health. Located in Lexington, Kentucky, Wellward Regenerative Medicine is a leading provider of healthcare services that focus on maximizing the healing potential for each individual patient.
Using the latest scientific breakthroughs in regenerative medicine, Wellward tailors its services to each patient while focusing on the entire body to find and treat the root cause of pain. Wellward Regenerative Medicine specializes in pain management, sports medicine, massage therapy, sexual health, and mental wellness.
To set up an appointment, or to learn more about how Wellward can help you, call (859) 275-4878 or visit wellwardmed.com.
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