It Shouldn't Hurt to Move

It Shouldn't Hurt to Move

Non-Surgical Relief for Damaged Joint Tissues

Non-Surgical Relief for Damaged Joint Tissues

Repetitive Motion Causing Pain?

Repetitive Motion Causing Pain?

Surgery-Free Pain Relief

Surgery-Free Pain Relief

Stem Cell Therapy

Use your body's own stem cells and other bone marrow components to repair damaged joints and get moving again.

Platelet Rich Plasma 

(PRP) Injection Therapy

Your blood contains growth factors that encourage and accelerate healing of damaged tissues.  A quick and effective way to speed healing.

Success Stories

Nothing is more rewarding than helping patients recover from nagging, chronic pain.  We love what we do and helping these patients get their lives back again.

We Help Your Body Heal Itself

Regenerative medicine uses your body’s own cells to restore damaged muscles, bone, tendons, cartilage, and ligaments. It's proven therapy to restore motion, relieve pain and get you back to work sooner without hospitalization or surgery.  Many patients see long-lasting relief. 

Conditions We Treat

1.

Knee pain due to osteoarthritis, ACL tear, cartilage damage

3.

Sacroiliac Joint 

5.

Ankle osteoarthritis,

tendon and ligament damage 

7.

TFCC Tear

2.

Bulging, torn or worn discs 

4.

Tennis & Golf Elbow

6.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

8.

Hip labrum, osteoarthritis, tendon tears

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

Carol, Age  53

My  job requires  me to go up and down stairs  several times a day.  By the end of the week, my knees were so sore I couldn't  enjoy  time with my  family .
 

It took several weeks of healing but  Dr. Stensland's injection in my knee  has made a huge improvement.  

Roger, Age 76

I haven't had Advil in my body for two years!  I can now play golf, basketball and ride my bike again.   

Thomas,  Age 62

I hurt my back at work and  was considering surgery until I learned about  this treatment.   My pain is so much better I can make it through the day just fine and I  didn't have the expense or down-time of surgery.

7201 Engle Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46804

Tel: 260.432.1800