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Your Trusted Orthopaedic Spine Doctor in Peachtree City

Orthobiologic & Non-Surgical Orthopedic Specialist For Spine Pain

As human beings, we owe so much to the spine. Ask the members of the U.S. Special Operations forces, and they can tell you that a warrior’s strength starts from his or her core. Because the spine is such an integral part of strong and healthy functional movement, we tend not to think of the spine as a vulnerable area. However, your spine can become compromised by an injury or condition that causes bones, discs, nerves, ligaments, and muscles to break down. Spinal pain and discomfort can be extremely debilitating, affecting your ability to do what you love, get through your day, and even get restful sleep at night.

If you’re living with severe back pain and considering surgical intervention, the orthobiologic solutions offered by Dr. Trevor Turner may be able to help you recover in less time and for longer. With state-of-the-art technology and a committed minimally-invasive approach, Dr. Turner specializes in regenerative techniques such as platelet rich plasma injections. Dr. Turner is committed to making spinal treatments simple and cost-effective for his patients -- rather than charging for multiple injections, Dr. Turner strives to address all of the damaged structures of the lumbar spine with one treatment at a singular cost. 

Should your injury ultimately require surgery for long-term relief, Dr. Turner has the experience and partnership with Georgia Bone & Joint  surgeons to get you the best specialty care available. Dr. Turner can even incorporate regenerative medicine into your treatment plan for a quicker, less painful, and more effective recovery.

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Regenerative Medicine Specialist in Treating Back Pain

Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy for the Spine 

As a platelet rich plasma specialist, Dr. Trevor Turner often recommends platelet rich plasma (PRP) therapy to patients as an alternative back pain treatment without surgery. Platelet rich plasma therapy works by using your own body’s growth factors to stimulate a natural foundation for recovery. 

During a PRP session, Dr. Turner will draw your blood, then send it to our onsite laboratory, where an expert technician will separate plasma from it using a centrifuge. Dr. Turner will then reinject that plasma into your spine or surrounding areas at the affected site, giving your body a natural boost to reduce pain and improve function. This process also helps to reduce inflammation, often providing superior relief from back pain over the long-term when compared to more conventional treatments. Dr. Turner especially recommends PRP therapy to treat injuries of the lumbar spine, which makes up the lower part of your back.

Dr. Turner’s partnership with Greyledge Biotech offers the unique ability to collect data regarding your outcomes, helping us to distinguish what is indicated and not indicated by your blood draw and provide a fully customized PRP treatment experience. If you’d like to learn more about how platelet rich plasma injections can supplement spinal surgery or potentially serve as a nonsurgical treatment for your back pain, Dr. Turner is happy to discuss your questions and concerns with you. If you’re ready to try PRP therapy for yourself, don’t wait. Reach out and schedule your first consultative appointment with us today.

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Orthobiologic Spine Pain Treatment FAQ

What are the most common spinal injuries and conditions?

Some of the most common conditions of the spine include:

  • Disc Degeneration  
  • Sciatica aka Radiculopathy
  • Annular Tear
  • Arthritis of Facet Joints
  • Pars Fracture
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Sacroiliac Joint 

Can Dr. Turner provide prolotherapy for back pain?

Yes! Dr. Turner is also a prolotherapy specialist. Prolotherapy can be used to relieve pain in the tissues inside and around your spine. It works by injecting a small, harmless amount of an irritating substance into the affected area. This irritant will cause a controlled type of inflammation in your spine, and once this inflammation is reduced, your pain will be relieved, and your body’s natural healing process will be stimulated. If you’d like to learn more about prolotherapy for your back pain, reach out to Dr. Turner today.

Can Dr. Turner provide steroid injections to the spine?

While Dr. Turner strongly recommends other types of non-invasive therapies to treat injuries and conditions of the spine for long-term results, he is capable of providing epidural steroid injections as well as radiofrequency ablation as part of his practice.

Will I need physical therapy after my back injury?

While not all orthobiologic procedures require physical therapy afterwards, Dr. Turner has often seen patients who get PRP therapy have increased success with rehabilitation in the weeks after their treatment even when it was difficult beforehand. Physical therapy can be a vital, impossible-to-skip part of your recovery from whatever condition or injury brought you to Dr. Turner’s office in the first place. Dr. Turner’s practice is proud to stand with our patients through every step of their recovery, and we’re proud to offer cutting-edge rehab and prehab therapies -- including blood flow restriction therapy -- that you won’t find elsewhere in Peachtree City. For patients who travel for treatment, ask about our digital rehab solution with Amp Recover. To learn more about our physical therapy support capabilities, reach out to Dr. Turner.