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Meet The Pain Management Doctor Orlando Trusts

Chronic pain is a complex medical issue. While there are various clinics out there who offer one-sided or partial solutions to this complex problem, it is important to tackle the issue from all sides. Simply doing only nerve blocks, only medication prescription, or physical medicine rehab only is not enough. This is where an appropriately trained pain management physician who incorporates all of these aspects in his practice comes in. Dr. Kalia specializes in minimally invasive treatments for a wide spectrum of pain conditions. He is double board certified in both Anesthesiology and pain management. Dr. Kalia follows evidence-based guidelines in order to treat a variety of chronic pain conditions such as chronic spine pain, as pain that comes from the spine can often present complex diagnostic challenges. Dr. Kalia utilizes a combination of various modalities in order to find what works best for each individual patient’s unique needs, as this is the best approach when it comes to chronic pain management. When it specifically comes to diagnosing chronic spine pain, an interventional approach is very effective in formulating an appropriate chronic treatment plan. 

Dr. Kalia knows that pain management especially is an area of medicine where the same, standard treatment algorithms that are applied piecemeal to the vast  population  of patients does not work well. Pain treatment is often unique to the patient in question, which means that treatment  has to be carefully and individually tailored to the patient’s needs in order to return the individual back to their highest functional level possible. Book an appointment with Dr. Kalia at our Dr. Phillips office for pain management Orlando residents trust.

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PRP THERAPY

Platelet rich plasma therapy can provide a unique solution to pain for those who are unable to respond to any other types of therapy. At Innovative Pain Solutions in Orlando, our pain management doctors offer PRP therapy for those patients who are interested in an alternative to surgery and prescription pain medication. It’s important to be informed about how PRP therapy works and what it can do for certain conditions and then speak to a qualified physician here at Innovative Pain Solutions to learn whether it is right for your treatment.

Platelet rich plasma therapy is a type of therapy that utilizes the patient’s own blood in order to assist with the healing process of your body. This is performed by locating a donor site on your own body where blood is drawn. This same blood is then placed in a centrifuge where the platelets are concentrated for insertion. Once this is done,the platelets are then placed at the damaged site where they use the body’s natural healing abilities to encourage cell turnover and rapid healing. Platelet rich plasma therapy is one of many innovative therapies that are rapidly expanding in popularity as result of their success are proven over and over. Other types of therapies that have shown significant success that we utilize at Innovative Pain Solutions are stem cell therapies and other types of regenerative medicines. This is an ever-growing field and will continue to show serious progress and more people utilize it as an alternative to traditional surgeries and medications.

STEM CELL THERAPY

More than 40 years ago, researchers discovered that cells derived from bone marrow were able to transform into various tissues. These miraculous cells were termed, “stem cells.” Stem cells are responsible for everyday tissue remodeling and turnover in the body. There are several types of “adult stem cells,” and Mesenchymal Stem Cells (“MSCs”) are partially defined by their ability to differentiate into tissues such as bone, cartilage, and ligaments. As people get older and go through natural aging processes, they start to produce less and less stem cells. When trauma or an injury happens, there simply just aren’t enough stem cells that are available to do the work. Another reason is that there are certain areas of injuries that do not have blood vessels close by or lack a sufficient scaffold to rebuild and remodel the area, such as the knee joint. Certain conditions, such as those that deal with degenerated cartilage, are unable to overcome the inflammation stage of healing.

In adults,stem cells can be found within a wide variety of tissues and organs, the most common sources being bone marrow or fat tissue. As of right now, the majority of adult stem cell procedures utilize bone marrow-derived stem cells. When MSCs are activated by responding to the microenvironment, they secrete proteins that work to lessen inflammation, prevent programmed cell death, prevent microbial and fungal infection, and generate new blood vessels.

So what are the results and healing time of stem cell therapy? Physicians have reported at emerging Regenerative Medicine conferences that a patient should feel relief from a knee injection within 3 weeks, and for disc injection (spine), around 3 months. It’s important to keep in mind that this therapy is not supposed to work like a steroid injection, which usually acts extremely rapidly. Bone marrow concentrate stem cells require significant amounts of time to address the microenvironment that is causing the pain, and then figure out the best way to respond to it.

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REIMBURSEMENT & INSURANCE

While adult stem cells have been used for decades to treat a variety of diseases, their application in the treatment of pain and arthritis disease is relatively new. Because of this, insurance companies do not currently cover the therapy.

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

The cost of a stem cell treatment varies based on the procedure performed. Our office staff can assist you with payment options and any other questions you may have.

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Kissimmee Location:

801 W Oak St, STe # 203
Kissimmee, FL- 34741
Mon. Wed- Fri ( Noon – 6pm)

St. Cloud Location:

4589 Henry C. Yates Lane

St. Cloud, FL 34769
Tuesdays ( 2pm – 6pm)

Dr. Phillips Location:

7350 Sand Lake Commons Blvd # 2225
Orlando, FL 32819

Contact Info:

Email: pain-solutions@hotmail.com
Phone: 407-284-1993
Fax: 407-362-7136

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