Regenerative therapy is referred to those treatments that repair, regenerate and reverse damage to tissues and joints. For example, PRP or Platelet-Rich Plasma is a form of regenerative therapy. The most effective regenerative therapy is combining PRP and stem cells harvested from the patient’s own bone marrow which is then placed under image guidance into the affected area. Regenerative Therapy is a revolutionary treatment that can reverse the damage to an injured muscle, tendon or ligament. It can rebuild cartilage and bone worn down from Osteoarthritis. Before Regenerative Therapy came along, the only health-care solutions offered for these problems was to strengthen the surrounding healthy tissue with therapeutic exercise, address the pain with medications or nerve blocks and ultimately, remove damaged tissue and replace a joint with an artificial implant. Now we can finally “turn back the clock” on muscle strains, ligament sprains, osteoarthritis and even worn out discs in the spine with Regenerative Therapy. This can be done with an injection of PRP into the damaged tissue or the more powerful combination of Stem Cells with PRP.