Repair &Regenerate

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Revolutionize Healing with Reparative Medicine

Reparative medicine represents an innovative branch of regenerative medicine dedicated to the restoration and healing of diseased and damaged tissues by harnessing the body's innate healing abilities. This advanced medical approach works in harmony with the body's natural mechanisms to augment, cushion, and provide essential support in managing pain and addressing injuries, promoting an environment conducive to recovery and healing.

Beyond its applications in pain management and injury recovery, reparative medicine holds significant promise for the treatment of a wide array of conditions, including but not limited to neurological disorders, cardiovascular diseases, and metabolic disorders such as diabetes. The exploration and development of cell-based therapies within this domain have marked a groundbreaking advancement in healthcare, offering new hope for conditions previously deemed challenging to treat.

At the forefront of this exciting field, Dr. R. David Calvo remains committed to the application of cellular medicine grounded in rigorously validated scientific research. Our practice prioritizes your well-being above all, emphasizing not only the efficacy of our treatments but also your comfort and safety throughout the therapeutic process. To this end, we have implemented a comprehensive array of safeguards designed to ensure the highest standards of care, aiming to achieve optimal outcomes while minimizing risks. Your satisfaction with the treatment process and results is of paramount importance to us, guiding our commitment to delivering healthcare solutions that are both effective and patient-centered. Through a meticulous combination of cutting-edge science and personalized care, we strive to unlock the full potential of reparative medicine for each individual we serve, fostering a path to improved health and enhanced quality of life.

It's important to note that the effectiveness of reparative therapy can vary depending on the individual's specific condition, overall health, and the particular methods used. Patients should consult with healthcare professionals to determine if reparative therapy is appropriate for their health needs and to understand the potential risks and benefits.

Reparative Therapy Benefits

Tissue Repair and Regeneration: Reparative therapy can facilitate the repair of damaged tissues, such as muscles, bones, and nerves, promoting healing and recovery from injuries or surgeries.

Reduced Pain and Inflammation: By targeting the underlying causes of pain and inflammation, this therapy may help alleviate chronic pain and reduce the need for long-term use of pain medications.

Improved Functionality: Patients often experience improved functionality and range of motion in affected areas, enhancing their quality of life and ability to perform daily activities.

Alternative to Surgery: For some conditions, reparative therapy may provide a non-surgical alternative, offering a less invasive option that can reduce the risks and recovery time associated with surgical interventions.

Management of Chronic Conditions: This therapy has the potential to manage and possibly improve chronic conditions, such as osteoarthritis, by promoting the regeneration of healthy tissue and slowing the progression of the disease.

Enhanced Healing Response: Reparative therapy can stimulate the body's healing response, potentially leading to more efficient and effective recovery from injuries and conditions.

Potential to Treat a Wide Range of Conditions: From orthopedic injuries to degenerative diseases, reparative therapy holds promise for treating a diverse array of health issues, offering hope to patients with conditions that have limited treatment options.

Repair and Regenerate Treatment Options

Peptide Therapy


Peptide therapy is explored for its potential role in supporting patient recovery and regeneration. It is believed to assist in tissue repair, collagen synthesis, and the production of growth factors. This approach may contribute to wound healing, reduction of inflammation, improved cellular communication, and enhancement of the body's natural healing mechanisms, potentially leading to a more rapid recovery and tissue regeneration. Please see our Peptide Therapy page HERE

Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT)


We use hormones that are identical on a molecular level with endogenous hormones in hormone replacement therapy. We aim to balance hormones to alleviate symptoms associated with hormonal imbalance or decline.

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy


Involves injecting a concentration of a patient’s own platelets may accelerate the healing of injured tendons, ligaments, muscles, and joints. It's used for various musculoskeletal problems.

Nutritional Supplements and Herbal Medicine:


Using vitamins, minerals, and herbal preparations can potentially support the body's healing process, improve nutritional deficiencies, and enhance overall well-being.

Regenerative Therapies with Adipose-Derived Components


Our approach includes utilizing adipose-derived therapies, a method that involves processing a patient's own fat tissue to aid in the repair, reconstruction, and rejuvenation of damaged or injured tissues. This technique is explored as a less invasive option compared to traditional surgery for conditions such as spinal issues, joint pain, arthritis, and rotator cuff injuries. The process involves harvesting and processing the patient's fat tissue in a way that prepares it for reinjection, aiming to create a supportive environment for tissue healing and repair in a minimally invasive procedure that typically requires only local anesthesia and can be completed in under an hour. This technology, which is FDA cleared, represents an option for patients seeking alternatives to conventional treatments or surgery, potentially offering a quicker recovery period and serving as an adjunct to enhance surgical recovery processes.

These treatments can be applied to a range of issues, including but not limited to:

Joint Pain and Arthritis: Targeting inflammation and damage in joints to reduce pain and improve function.

Spinal Conditions: Addressing back pain, disc injuries, and other spinal issues.

Rotator Cuff Tears: Assisting in the healing of shoulder injuries.

Soft Tissue Injuries: Aiding the repair of damaged muscles, ligaments, and tendons.

Aesthetic Reconstruction: Supporting the repair or enhancement of tissue in cosmetic procedures.

Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate


This method is valued for its potential to provide a rich source of regenerative cells conducive to bone formation and other regenerative benefits. Advances in less invasive techniques have simplified the process of bone marrow cell harvesting for both patients and surgeons. The composition of cells in autografts and those concentrated from bone marrow aspirate are considered to be closely comparable. Utilizing these concentrated regenerative cells within a scaffold can mimic the effects of traditional autograft bone grafts. Research indicates that the healing process may be less effective without cellular concentration, especially in patients with significant health conditions. The bone marrow aspirate concentrate (BMAC) system is noted for its ability to yield a high concentration of cells, encompassing a full spectrum of regenerative cell types.

Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate (BMAC) provides several potential benefits within reparative medicine, leveraging the body's natural healing processes. These benefits include:

Enhanced Bone Formation: BMAC is rich in stem cells and growth factors that are essential for bone healing and regeneration, making it potentially
beneficial for orthopedic applications such as fracture healing and spinal fusion.

Soft Tissue Repair: The growth factors in BMAC may also aid in the repair of soft tissues, including muscles, tendons, and ligaments, by promoting cell proliferation and tissue regeneration.

Reduced Inflammation: BMAC contains anti-inflammatory properties that may help reduce swelling and pain at the site of injury, facilitating a more comfortable recovery.

Improved Joint Function: In conditions like osteoarthritis, BMAC injections can potentially help improve joint function and reduce pain by promoting the repair of cartilage and reducing inflammation.

Minimally Invasive Procedure: The process of harvesting and using BMAC is less invasive compared to traditional surgical methods, offering a potentially quicker recovery time and lower risk of complications.

Utilizes the Patient’s Own Cells: Since BMAC is derived from the patient’s own bone marrow, it may minimizes the risk of rejection and adverse reactions, making it a potentially safer option for tissue repair and regeneration.



Exosomes are tiny lipid vesicles released by various cells and have been recognized for their role in facilitating communication between cells. Initially thought to be a way for cells to eliminate unnecessary components, current research highlights their significance in intercellular signaling. Present in all body tissues and various biological fluids, exosomes contribute to maintaining a healthy cellular environment. Factors such as aging, chronic conditions, environmental influences, and genetic variations may impact cellular communication, potentially affecting the body's natural healing capabilities. Recognizing the body's innate capacity for self-repair, which tends to decrease with age, our approach considers the potential of supporting these natural processes, suggesting the possibility of enhancing the body's self-healing through advanced therapeutic options.

Stem Cell Therapy


Our approach to repair and regenerative therapies explores the potential of treatments that utilize stem cell factors, organelles, and signaling molecules, excluding the cells themselves. These treatments aim to employ regenerative signals controlled by messenger RNA, micro RNA, peptides, proteins, and other mechanisms, with the goal of encouraging the body's natural healing processes. We consider this strategy as a way to possibly support healing and counteract aging processes, offering benefits to patients across various age groups.

Mind-Body Therapies


Techniques such as meditation, yoga, and biofeedback are used to potentially enhance the mind's positive impact on the body, supporting healing and recovery by reducing stress and improving mental and emotional well-being.


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