About Shoulder Discomfort Solutions

The shoulder joint is the most mobile joint in the body. No other joint in the human body can perform nearly 360 degrees of motion. However, mobility comes at the cost of stability, and the shoulder is one of the most common sites for joint dislocation.

Shoulder Issues Solutions

Do you have any of the following discomfort in your shoulder?

    A dull ache with stiffness or limited range of motion.

    Sharp, stabbing discomfort in the front or side of the shoulder.

    A deep ache with stiffness and swelling that worsens with movement, especially activities that require lifting or reaching.

    Sharp, shooting pain on the top or outer part of the shoulder that may radiate down your arm.

    A throbbing, burning or sharp sensation, often localized to the outer part of the shoulder that worsens with movement or pressure to the area.


Standard treatments for shoulder discomfort, which usually stem from rotator cuff injuries or joint arthritis, include:

    Physical therapy.
    Anti-inflammatory medications.
    Pain medications.
    Corticosteroid injections.

Conventional treatments typically relieve the symptoms for a short time, but usually require repeated use.
If the pain is severe enough, patients are told surgical repair of rotator cuffs or shoulder reconstruction surgery are the only option. Because the shoulder is one of the toughest joints to rehabilitate after surgery, many surgeons recommend against it as the risks outweigh the benefits.

NexGenEsis Care For Shoulder Discomfort

The cutting-edge technology and procedures at NexGenEsis address shoulder discomfort without surgery or addictive medications.
During your office consultation one of our physicians will examine your shoulder joint to determine the nature of and location of your discomfort. If needed, the physician will consult imaging of the affected region.
Our state-of-the art care plans often begin by collecting Alpha-2 Macroglobulin (A2M) directly from your blood, so no foreign substances are introduced to your body. The blood is spun in a centrifuge to concentrate the A2M. Finally, it is injected into the affected region in your shoulder to reduce inflammation and slow tissue degeneration.
Over the next six weeks you receive weekly laser and acoustic compression therapies on your shoulder joint to stimulate blood vessel growth and tissue rejuvenation.
Three weeks after the first injection you receive a second injection of your own Bone Marrow Aspirate (BMA) which provides the stem cells to encourage the rejuvenation of healthy tissue.
At your six month check up you then receive another injection of platelet-rich plasma, drawn from your blood, to increase healthy proteins in the affected area that encourage cell and tissue growth.



The longer you let this go on, the more difficult things get. Please, call us for a consultation today, and let's see what we can do for you.