Denver CO Regenerative Medicine – Chronic/Acute Pain Non-Invasive Relief Launch

Denver, CO - Aspen Institute for Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine (970-528-1020) announces its newly strengthened treatments for chronic and acute pain relief. The center maintains its position as one of the leading centers for alternative wellness therapies in the Aspen and Denver communities.

Cognizant of the debilitating effects of chronic pain, the Aspen Institute has updated its pain relief treatments to include the latest research in regenerative medicine. The goal of its therapies is to shift the emphasis from disease-driven medicine to that of optimum wellness. It does this through alternative medical practices that support both health and beauty.

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Led by Dr. Julian Robert Gershon Jr. DO, FAOASM, ABAARM, the improved therapies are recommended for those who are suffering from acute or chronic pain. After a thorough assessment of the patient and their medical history, Dr. Gershon and his team will craft a tailored pain relief recovery program that is both non-invasive and drug-free.

Emerging data show that traditional medical treatments for chronic and acute pain relief involved expensive surgeries or lengthy prescriptions. Experts have noted that the latter had the unintended side-effect of a high risk of addiction: patients began abusing their pain-relief medication to lessen their symptoms.

The challenge of these therapy programs, Dr. Gershon says, is that they treat pain at its symptoms rather than from its core. With regenerative medicine, the underlying reason for the pain is resolved, which implies longer-lasting effects. To date, the Aspen Institute has helped thousands of patients in Denver, Lakewood, and Aspen regain normalcy with non-invasive pain relief therapy.

Interested patients are invited to schedule an initial discovery call with the team through their website. This allows Aspen Institute to determine if the patient is a good candidate for adult regenerative medicine. Despite the therapy being mostly safe, those who are diabetic, anemic, or suffering from an active infection are not considered for any regenerative medicine treatment.

All treatments at the Institute are driven by evidence-based studies and medically-backed research.

Dr. Gershon says, “Aches and pains in the body can come with aging and can be worsened significantly by injury. If you’ve suffered an orthopedic injury to your knees, joints, or other parts of your body, we can help with regenerative tissue therapy.”

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