Welcome to Renew Health in Katy, TX
Welcome to Renew Health in Katy, TX

Welcome to Renew Health Located in Katy TX

The multidisciplinary medical team at Renew Health offers regenerative medicine services that includes trigger point injections, chiropractic care, neck pain treatment, rehabilitation therapy, shoulder pain treatment, massage therapy, back pain treatment, and much more! We are conveniently located at 1850 Avenue D, Katy, TX 77493. For more information, please call us or book an appointment online. We serve patients from Katy TX, Brookshire TX, Houston TX, Richmond TX, Fulshear TX, Sealy TX, Pattison TX, and Cypress TX.

Our health is the most important aspect of our lives. It is no wonder that the phrase was coined “you can’t put a price on health.” It’s true, for even if we have everything in the world, if you don’t have good health, you can’t enjoy it. This is more important than just enjoying material possessions. When you are healthy, you can spend more time with family and friends, and create memories that no amount of money could replace. This is why at Renew Health, we take your wellness very seriously! Call us today to book an appointment with one of our professionals.

Suffering from muscle and joint pain?

Our providers can examine and evaluate where the pain is located and determine a treatment plan for it. If the degree of pain is affecting the patients’ lifestyle, daily functions, or activities, one of the services in which we render may offer a soothing resolution.

Services in our office include non-surgical joint pain relief, physical medicine/rehabilitation, pain management, trigger point injections, massage therapy, chiropractic services and regenerative medicine.

What is regenerative medicine used for?

While the current clinical strategy focuses primarily on the treatment of symptoms, regenerative medicine seeks to replace tissue or organs that have been damaged by disease, trauma, or congenital issues. The treatments and procedures involved in regenerative medicine are tissue engineering, cellular therapies, and medical devices and artificial organs.

A combination of these approaches can magnify our natural healing processes wherever they are needed most, or take over and heal the function of a permanently damaged organ. Regenerative medicine is a relatively new field that brings together experts in biology, chemistry, engineering, medicine, genetics, robotics, computer science and other fields, collaborating together to find solutions to some of the most challenging medical problems faced by humanity.

Does regenerative medicine really work?

Patient satisfaction is just one area that regenerative medicine can offer potential improvements, and quality of life is central to it. Quality of life is described as the standard of health, comfort, and happiness that a person experiences. While improving the patient experience, this may also help improve quality of life. After all, receiving an effective regenerative medicine treatment could help patients return to their daily activities sooner than they otherwise could have, and enjoy a fuller, more active lifestyle.

To provide a few examples: A father with a torn rotator cuff could return to playing with his children more quickly. An athlete with injured knees may never have returned to the field without regenerative medicine. A wife with a rare form of acute leukemia (blood cancer) may be able to replace her red blood cells with live, healthy cells using a bone marrow transplant.

All of these situations represent improvements in quality of life for these patients, which allows them to return to activities that were previously unachievable. As tissues in other parts of the body are sometimes regenerated as well, occasionally regenerative medicine can have unintentional additional benefits, such as improved energy or bodily function.
Since regenerative medicine may be able to treat some rare diseases, musculoskeletal injuries, osteonecrosis, and osteoarthritis, it could offer the potential for improved recovery to many throughout the world.

What is the cost of regenerative therapy?

In many cases, insurance does not cover regenerative medicine treatments so patients may have to pay out-of-pocket. Prices differ substantially depending on the specific treatment, region, and doctor and/or hospital. However, there are cases where regenerative medicine is covered by insurance, so be sure to check with your provider before undergoing treatment.

If you are suffering from any ailment, be it common or rare, we have your best interests in mind. At Renew Health, we care about your health as much as you do, and we have the professional experts to assist you in achieving your health-related goals. Contact our office today to get in touch with a specialist. To book an appointment, call us or visit us online!