What is Spine Renu?
Created by Dr. Brian Shiple 8 years ago, Spine Renu for treating spine issues caused by damaged or degenerated spinal discs has been in its current, refined state for the past 4 years.
Dr. Shiple was inspired to develop Spine Renu for healing spine pain after working with many Workers’ Compensation patients who were due to have surgery. Knowing how low the likelihood of a spine surgery patient returning to work was, Dr. Shiple offered Spine Renu to some of these patients, with great success. 80% of patients reported between 50-70% improvement in their pain, and the majority of these patients were able to return to work. Dr. Shiple then trained other doctors working with Worker’s Compensation in this procedure in order to continue helping patients get back to work and their normal lives.
This is a non-surgical, minimally invasive, orthobiologic spine injection procedure that is an excellent choice for athletes or anyone that would like to restore their mobility and get relief from their chronic pain. This procedure is commonly used to heal the following conditions:
- Degenerative Disc Disease
- Herniated Discs
- Chronic Lower Back Pain
- Symptomatic Annular Tears
How Spine Renu Heals Back and Neck Pain
During this procedure, the patient’s bone marrow is drawn, as it is a rich source of stem cells. This bone marrow is then filtered, centrifuged, and the processed stem cells are then injected into the innermost portion (nucleus pulposus) of the patient’s damaged or degenerated spinal discs.
The patient’s stem cells then work to heal the damaged spinal disc in a similar way to how they would work to treat other injuries throughout the rest of the body.
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If you have any other questions about Spine Renu that haven’t been answered here, please reach out to us.
Whether you’re an elite athlete or just trying to get back to your active lifestyle, we want to provide you with the non-surgical orthopedic medicine that will get you back in the game.
- The Center for Sports Medicine
Wilmington Pike, Suite 2000, Glen Mills, PA 19342 1788