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How is regenerative medicine used in your current pain practice?

A. I often use it for acute and chronic musculoskeletal pain conditions.
B. I reserve it for specific situations when patients do not respond to the traditional treatments (physical therapy, pharmacotherapy, corticosteroid injections, visco-supplementation).
C. I do not use it, but colleagues at my practice use it for musculoskeletal pain conditions.
D. I do not use it, and I am not convinced that it works better than other/traditional treatments.
E. I am not using due to lack of familiarity with preparation, or other reasons, but I am interested in learning how to offer this to my patients.

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29 Votes in 354 days
Created 1st February 2018 - 3:04 AM

Results Breakdown - Part 2 / 6

A. I often use it for acute and chronic musculoskeletal pain conditions.
3
10%
B. I reserve it for specific situations when patients do not respond to the traditional treatments (physical therapy, pharmacotherapy, corticosteroid injections, visco-supplementation).
8
28%
C. I do not use it, but colleagues at my practice use it for musculoskeletal pain conditions.
4
14%
D. I do not use it, and I am not convinced that it works better than other/traditional treatments.
5
17%
E. I am not using due to lack of familiarity with preparation, or other reasons, but I am interested in learning how to offer this to my patients.
9
31%
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