Regenerative Cellular Medicine

Regenerative Cellular Medicine



To help you return to the activities you love, our expert team at Buckeye Physical Medicine & Rehab now offer Regenerative Cell Therapy procedures to help alleviate your pains without relying on complex surgical procedures or medication.


Understanding Regenerative Cell Therapy

Of all bodily ailments, nothing is more painful and crippling than the persistent knee, hip or shoulder pain. Unfortunately, any damage to the ligaments, cartilage or bone by way of injury or disease (such as osteoarthritis), can cause severe pain and difficulty walking or partaking in your favorite activities. To help you return to the activities that you love, our expert team at Buckeye Physical Medicine & Rehab now offer Regenerative Cell Therapy, based on a 21st-century therapeutic procedure to help alleviate your shoulder, hip, and knee pains without relying on complex surgical procedures or medication.

Regenerative Cell Therapy is one of the most effective treatments today that help the body to heal and regenerate tendon injuries, ligament damage, degenerative joint disease “DJD” and osteoarthritis. This procedure is non-invasive and harnesses your body’s natural healing potential to combat shoulder, hip and knee problems by the newly introduced cells stimulating existing healthy cells and tissues to operate at a higher level of function boosting the body’s repair mechanisms to aid in the healing process.  The whole procedure takes approximately 30 minutes and has no known adverse side effects.


Benefits of Regenerative Cell Therapy

Regenerative Cell Therapy is one of the safest and most advanced approaches to treating a wide variety of injuries and diseases within the human body.

Patients recovering from injuries will rapidly improve exhibiting a greater mobility and less pain, compared to the lengthy and exhaustive period of post-surgical healing and rehabilitation.


The Limitless Possibilities!

Regenerative Cellular Medicine has opened the doors to medical advancements. We have only just begun to explore the amazing benefits. Praised notes of success thus far include the reduction or elimination of pain, increased strength and mobility, and quicker healing and recovery.


Dr. Roy “Buzz” Korth, Chiropractic Physician, on Daytime Columbus

Dr. Roy “Buzz” Korth, Chiropractic Physician, Korth, D.C.  joined Robyn Haines on Daytime Columbus to talk about Regenerative Medicine. Regenerative medicine has been used by star athletes such as Peyton Manning, Tiger Woods, and Alex Rodriguez, and we can help you too!


Fellowship Trained Physicians in Orthopedic Stem Cell Procedures

Both Dr. Sophia Beyen and Dr. Roy “Buzz” Korth D.C.have both received fellowship training in Stem cell procedures. This was completed by the only fellowship course available in the United States on the subject. This highest available level of training was completed through the Metabolic Medical Institute which is co-sponsored by George Washington University.

At Buckeye,   we have performed over 1000 regenerative medicine procedures making them the leading facility in central Ohio in regenerative medicine procedures.

Dr. Sophia Beynen is also medical director for Regenerative Labs, one of the worlds leading producers of umbilical cord stem cell products.

Dr.Roy “Buzz” Korth speaks and teaches nationally on stem cells and other regenerative medicine procedures teaching other physicians nationally how to use these procedures to benefit their patients.

If you are looking for physicians who have experience in these procedures you will not find better!

Disclaimer: Regenerative Cell Therapy is considered an experimental treatment.  The level of success depends on the overall health and age of the patient.

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