Explore New Options
“Prior to trying a PRP injection, I attempted to address my back pain and sciatica with medication. I also tried steroid injections, but my results lasted only a matter of weeks. I was ready to try something new. And, I’m really satisfied with my PRP treatment! It’s been about 3 ½ months now, and I’m in much less pain. I would even say I’m 75% better. I’ll probably never be completely pain free, but my stress level is lower, and I’m finally back to a reasonable activity level.” ~Wanda, Patient Age 70
Let’s discuss a new, in-office treatment
When I made the decision to specialize in Pain Management, I understood the life-long commitment to staying informed of the latest developments in medicine, learning new procedures that would help patients like you live a full and productive life. My commitment to you has led me to explore, embrace and invest in new technology that may offer you a new level of relief and healing.
An exciting new development in the treatment of pain is showing promise to potentially eliminate steroid shots and even surgery. PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) utilizes your own blood platelets to relieve pain from disc bulges, degenerative disc disease, and disc tears. In addition, early results also show success in addressing pain caused by arthritis of the spine. Plus PRP has been helpful in treating knee, hip, shoulder, elbow and foot pain.
What is platelet rich plasma PRP and what does it treat?Projected Presentation by Dr. Todd Joye about conditions which have been treated by PRP. During this presentation, find out more about this new back or knee pain treatment.
Platelet rich plasma PRP as an alternative to steroid injectionsPlatelet rich plasma is an alternative to steroid injections. Epidural steroid injections, facet joint steroid injections and sacroiliac joint steroid injections for disc bulges, disc tears, stenosis, arthritis, bone spurs and degenerative disc disease have helped millions of patients stay active, reduce pain and avoid surgery for over 60 years. But if they don't work, or you can't tolerate them, or if you want a more natural treatment, platelet rich plasma (PRP) or stem cells may be a great alternative.
Platelet rich plasma PRP and stem cells in the newsDr. Todd Joye, spinal pain specialist, discusses the fact that PRP and regenerative medicine is an alternative to steroid injections. This is game changing therapy. What's the difference between PRP and stem cells? Dr. Joye tells you why PRP is less expensive than stem cells.
Learn how new treatments may be of benefit to you
I’m pleased to offer current patients the opportunity to learn more about PRP, stem cells and new treatment options by viewing a video of my patient presentation.