Amniotic Membrane Allograft Procedure

Our amniotic membrane allograft procedure can help with many orthopedic conditions such as osteoarthritis, ligament and cartilage tears, and spinal disc herniations and stenosis. For the neck joints all the way down to ankles and toes, we can treat it all.

PRP Therapy

Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy, or PRP, uses the power of the plasma found in blood to promote healing of injured tendons, ligaments, muscles, and joints.

Medical Weight Loss

We’ve revolutionized the reversal of skin aging. We use your own blood to repair damaged cells that result in wrinkles, discoloration, scars, stretch marks and more.

Anti-Aging Treatments

We’ve revolutionized the reversal of skin aging. We use your own blood to repair damaged cells that result in wrinkles, discoloration, scars, stretch marks and more.

Amniotic Membrane Allograft Procedure

Our amniotic membrane allograft procedure can help with many orthopedic conditions such as osteoarthritis, ligament and cartilage tears, and spinal disc herniations and stenosis. From the neck joints all the way down to ankles and toes, we can treat it all.

PRP Therapy

Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy, or PRP, uses the power of the plasma found in blood to promote healing of injured tendons, ligaments, muscles and joints.

Medical Weight Loss

Our effective programs will help you lose weight and change your lifestyle, which not only relieves unnecessary pressure on your joints but also greatly lowers your chance of developing heart disease, diabetes and more.

Anti-Aging Treatments

Our effective programs will help you lose weight and change your lifestyle, which not only relieves unnecessary pressure on your joints but also greatly lowers your chance of developing heart disease, diabetes, and more.

Amniotic Membrane Allograft Procedure

Our amniotic membrane allograft procedure can help with many orthopedic conditions such as osteoarthritis, ligament and cartilage tears, and spinal disc herniations and stenosis. From the neck joints all the way down to ankles and toes, we can treat it all.

PRP Therapy

Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy, or PRP, uses the power of the plasma found in blood to promote healing of injured tendons, ligaments, muscles and joints.

Medical Weight Loss

Our effective programs will help you lose weight and change your lifestyle, which not only relieves unnecessary pressure on your joints but also greatly lowers your chance of developing heart disease, diabetes and more.

Anti-Aging Treatments

We’ve revolutionized the reversal of skin aging. We use your own blood to repair damaged cells that result in wrinkles, discoloration, scars, stretch marks and more.

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Free Seminars

Northwoods Family Physical Medicine offers free seminars so everyone can learn about the services we provide!

Knowing how a procedure works is the only way to make an informed decision on your healthcare. We’re here to explain how the treatments we use in our office can benefit you!

Free Seminars

Northwoods Family Physical Medicine offers free seminars so everyone can learn about the services we provide!

Knowing how a procedure works is the only way to make an informed decision on your healthcare. We’re here to explain how the treatments we use in our office can benefit you!

Treated Conditions

If you’re experiencing persistent aches and pains, take a look below to learn more about what could be causing your discomfort.

Neck

Neck Pain

The historical treatments for neck pain, such as medication for inflammation, physical therapy, cortisone shots and surgery are no longer the only options. We at Northwoods Family Physical Medicine utilize regenerative cell therapy to rebuild and strengthen the damaged tissues.

Facet Syndrome

Facet syndrome affects the small joints between the vertebrae that make up the spine, and a common cause for neck pain. Each of these joints contain soft tissue that absorb shock and protect the bones from rubbing and causing friction. Turning and bending of the neck are compromised, if left untreated.

Shoulder

Shoulder Injury

Often, injury to the shoulder is difficult to heal and can easily become a recurring problem, even if the immediate pain has subsided. It is also common for the same injury to reappear and flare up later on.
Rotator Cuff Tears
A tear in the rotator cuff produces a lot of pain and also contributes to instability in the shoulder joint. If it is severe, there may be weakness or an inability to lift the arm.

Shoulder Degeneration

Shoulder degeneration occurs when the cartilage that protects and surrounds the bones begins to wear down. Without this cushioning between the bones, movement causes friction within the joint. This friction causes pain, inflammation, swelling and can lead to the development of bone spurs.

Shoulder Bursitis

The larger joints of the body contain small, fluid-filled sacs called bursae that provide cushioning between muscles, bones, and tissues, allowing them to move smoothly without friction. Bursitis is the inflammation of one or more of these bursae and often occurs within the shoulder joint, causing stiffness and making movement painful.

Wrist / Hand

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Applying too much pressure to the carpal tunnel causes the median nerve to become pinched, resulting in pain, tingling and difficulty functioning in the wrist and hand.

Wrist Arthritis

Each joint is made up of tendons, ligaments, cartilage, and other soft tissue which provide cushioning where the bones meet, keeping them from rubbing against each other. When there is damage or deterioration of the joints, arthritis is likely to develop.

Elbow

Elbow Conditions

We treat a range of elbow conditions resulting from distal biceps tendon partial tear, osteoarthritis of the elbow, ulnar collateral ligament injury and more. Our revolutionary regenerative medical procedures treat all the damages and underlying conditions that cause you pain.

Lateral Epicondylitis

Lateral epicondylitis, also known as tennis elbow, is a common source of pain in the elbow. It refers to the damage in the form of small tears in the lateral part of the elbow, where the tendons attach to the bone from outside of the joint.

Golfer’s Elbow

Golfer’s Elbow is a form of tendonitis where the inner side of the elbow becomes inflamed. The tendons that are attached to the joints, muscle and bones in the forearm become inflamed.

Distal Biceps Tendon Tear

A distal biceps tendon tear may arise as a result of heavy resistance used to forcefully bend or straighten the elbow.

Back

Back Pain

Treating back pain is our specialty and our in-office, same-day procedures will alleviate the most severe back pain, regardless of the cause.

Facet syndrome, a very common condition causing lower back and neck pain, affects the small joints between the vertebrae that make up the spine. When these joints rub against each other, they cause friction, which leads to inflammation, swelling and even headaches.

Degenerative Disc Disease

The spine’s vertebrae is separated by soft tissue and cartilage, which is called a disc. Each disc provides cushioning between the bones and degeneration occurs when the discs wear down or become damaged. This leads to limited mobility, bone spurs and chronic pain.

Lumbar Arthritis

Lumbar arthritis is chronic inflammation of the soft tissues within the joints of the lower back. When these are damaged from injury or begin to deteriorate, painful swelling occurs due to friction between the bones.

Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis is the degeneration of the of the protective cartilage in the joints. When this happens, flaking and tiny cracks form, ultimately resulting in total loss of cartilage. Once it’s lost, the friction between the bones can stimulate spurs or cause bony growths to form.

Hip

Hip Pain

Hip pain is a common problem that affects many people making it difficult to walk, stand and sit. Hip pain has many causes, therefore, it’s crucial to be properly evaluated to find the true cause.

Labrum tear

A tear can result from a fall, thereby putting strain on the hip, degradation of the cartilage from overuse, repetitive motion or a dislocated hip.

Hip Osteoarthritis

Cartilage provides a buffer in the joint between the bones to allow smooth, easy movement. Over time, this cartilage begins to break down and becomes brittle. Without enough cartilage to protect the bones from rubbing together and causing damage, this friction leads to swelling and painful inflammation.

Hip Degeneration

Hip degeneration is a condition which develops and typically worsens over time, especially as we get older. When the cartilage that protects and surrounds the hip bones begins to wear down, those bones can begin to rub together, causing pain and inflammation.

Hip Bursitis

Bursitis is a condition involving the inflammation of one or more of fluid-filled sacs called bursae, which provide cushioning. It can occur in the hip joints, causing mild to severe pain and stiffness, while making movement uncomfortable.

Knee

Meniscus Tear

The meniscus, located at the knee joint, is a rubbery piece of cartilage that acts as the body’s shock absorber as well as a pad to stabilize and protect the knee. When this cartilage ruptures, it’s referred to as a tear and can be very painful and limiting.

Knee Degeneration

Joint degeneration generally develops over time, but can suddenly worsen and become disabling. This is caused by cartilage or other soft tissue within the knee joint becoming dehydrated, deteriorated or due to damage from a prior injury.

ACL or PCL Injury

The posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) and anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) are both major ligaments providing strength and stability within the knee joint. Ligaments are thick bands of tissue that connect bones. Injuries to these connective tissues are painful, debilitating, and challenging to heal.

Chondromalacia

Also known as “runner’s knee,” chondromalacia is inflammation of the underside of the kneecap, and deterioration of the cartilage that supports it. When this cartilage is damaged or wears down, it becomes difficult to bend and straighten out the leg.

Foot / Ankle

Foot and Ankle Pain

Regardless of the cause and severity of foot and ankle pain, our same-day procedures are sure to alleviate your symptoms. We have pioneered the industry’s latest proven alternatives to surgery and steroids.

Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fascia or arch tendon, a broad connective tissue that runs across the bottom of the foot and spreads from the heel bone to the toes, is susceptible to overuse, causing plantar fasciitis. This could become quite painful while walking, particularly at the bottom of the heel.

Peripheral Neuropathy

Peripheral neuropathy begins as a gradual onset of numbness, prickling, or tingling in your feet or hands, which can spread upward into your legs and arms. You may also experience burning, jabbing, sharp, or throbbing pain.