When pain is severe and chronic, it may seem like surgery is the only possible solution. It’s not.
It’s hard to tend to your activities and obligations when you hurt. We fix the pain and get you moving.
We offer several natural therapies that’ll improve your pain without surgery or narcotics.
Effective pain management does not have to involve invasive surgery or risky pharmaceutical painkillers. Dr. Barreto specializes in multiple forms of non-surgical intervention that can help anyone.
PRP therapy uses a concentration of your blood’s own platelets to help regenerate nerve tissue, helping to soothe discomfort and eliminate pain at the source.Learn more
In some situations where pain results from inflammation, injuries, and other problems affecting the ligaments, Prolotherapy injections are an effective solution.Learn more
You don’t need to look to external treatments when your body’s own fat cells are full of regenerative stem cells, and the Lipogems therapy makes them available.Learn more
When you’re living with chronic pain, it’s not just the constant hurting that affects your life, it’s also all the other things that get put on pause because of the discomfort. Activities and interests fall to the wayside, keeping up with the rest of the family is tough, and all the while you know you’re capable of so much more than what you’re experiencing.
Dr. Barreto’s philosophy on pain management is to improve your situation without putting you under the knife or under the influence of habit-forming medications. He specializes in a range of modalities that concentrate and amplify the biological healing mechanisms your body already possesses so you can start living life on your terms without the pain and discomfort.
Chronic pain can have many causes but most commonly results from injuries, physical trauma, and certain health conditions. It can be located anywhere in the body and affects the bones, joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and nerves. There’s little mistaking the symptoms, as the term itself is self defining: chronic pain. Pain that’s always present, never invited, and simply a disruption to life.
The pain itself can range from “mild” to excruciating and the type of pain varies, too. Some people experience numbness and tingling, for others it’s dull and throbbing. In some cases, it’s sharp and absolutely debilitating. Not only does chronic pain hurt in the physical sense, but many patients report their mental well-being also suffers.
You don’t have to resign yourself to living a life of pain, nor do you have to resort to painkillers or surgery. Let Dr. Barreto show you how his therapies can help you feel better and restore your livelihood.