QC Kinetix (Waverly)
regenerative medicine Charlotte, Charlotte sports medicine, Charlotte joint pain treatment, back pain treatment Charlotte, Charlotte knee pain treatment
QC Kinetix (Waverly) provides non-surgical regenerative medicine treatments for joint pain to residents of Charlotte, NC, and surrounding areas. Anyone looking for alternatives to surgery for pain can find relief with our biologic therapies. If you're looking for a knee replacement, knee surgery, hip surgery, hip replacement, or relief from shoulder pain, elbow pain, wrist pain, plantar fasciitis, arthritis treatment, or treatment for sports injuries, call QC Kinetix to schedule a free consultation. We can help you get relief without the need for surgery so that you can return to your daily activities as quickly and painlessly as possible.
Charlotte ( SHAR-lət) is the most populous city in the U.S. state of North Carolina. Located in the Piedmont region, it is the county seat of Mecklenburg County. The population was 874,579 as of the 2020 census, making Charlotte the 16th-most populous city in the U.S., the seventh most populous city in the South, and the second most populous city in the Southeast behind Jacksonville, Florida. The city is the cultural, economic, and transportation center of the Charlotte metropolitan area, whose 2020 population of 2,660,329 ranked 22nd in the U.S. Metrolina is part of a sixteen-county market region or combined statistical area with a 2020 census-estimated population of 2,846,550.Between 2004 and 2014, Charlotte was ranked as the country's fastest-growing metro area, with 888,000 new residents. Based on U.S. Census data from 2005 to 2015, Charlotte tops the U.S. in millennial population growth.
I'll start with my injuries. I have broken my back twice. The second time was the most damage. My L5 is crushed. Over the years I have tried to maintain with chiropractic care and lidocaine and cortisone injections. Those are temporary relief options. My back goes out time to time. Just before my 1st appointment my back had the severe pain feeling of ready to go out but wouldn't. Dr's don't feel that surgery would improve my situation. Come to find out most my pain was caused by inflammation, arthritis and scarred tissue. The initial appointment did kind of feel like high pressure to do it but that's how most companies run nowadays. My 1st injection of plasma felt like a lot of pressure. It felt like concrete going in my back. I have lived with pain that felt like fire in my back. It has felt like a vice grip torqued on my spine. I immediately felt relief with the injections. It felt tight for about two days. After that, I have felt better than I have in years. Doing things that I have to do has been a lot easier. I'm a very active person and my work is physical. It has made my day to day life easier. I'm three weeks away from the bone marrow portion of the treatment so that is the one that's supposed to start the real healing. I am halfway through this and so far I am extremely grateful to have started this process. If you struggle with the financial aspect of this, think of it this way. Surgery is never a Guarantee either and could make things worse. Insurance companies and traditional Healthcare is there to make money and will not approve a lot of procedures that are best for you because the TRUE CARE & PROPER TREATMENT can lose them so much recurring money in the end game. Please keep that in mind. This process is halfway through for me and I'm already a lot better. Update: 11/1/22 I had the bone marrow procedure 2 weeks ago. It was easy peasy. It only feels like a small Charlie horse for a few seconds on each extraction. For about a week, my hip/back was slightly sore. I still managed to ride my motorcycle on a planned 800 mile round trip that weekend. I'm doing more now with a lot less pain. I can't wait to see what the next 6 months brings.
Jarred Fisher did a great job on my golf related meniscus tear... I'm back up and playing ... down time was minimal... worth it all