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QC Kinetix (Freeport) is a Premier Sports Medicine Clinic, Improving the Performance of Athletes

·4 min read

Freeport, ME - (NewMediaWire) - September 19, 2022 - via QC Kinetix - Sports medicine physicians have special training to restore movement/function to injured patients, allowing them to get back into the field or gym. While they work with professional or amateur athletes, they treat children/teens involved in sports, personal fitness enthusiasts, adults who love outdoor activities, and workers with physically demanding jobs. At QC Kinetix (Freeport), a team of medical providers treats physical conditions, dislocations, fractures, strains, sprains, and other sports injuries. They use advanced diagnostic equipment, medical technology, and techniques to discover and treat the root cause of pain.

To further its mission of improving the quality of life of athletes, QC Kinetix partnered with the NFL's all-time leading rusher and Dancing with the Stars Champion, Emmitt Smith. Between injuries on the field and the wear/tear on his joints dancing his way to a Mirror Ball Trophy, Mr. Smith prioritized taking care of his body. He credits the longevity of his joints to the regenerative therapies offered at the clinic.

"QC Kinetix provides several therapies and advanced treatments which complement and promote the body's natural healing process. It's always exciting to partner with a company when you've experienced first-hand the quality and effectiveness of their products." Emmitt Smith.

Minor and severe sports injuries that affect the tendons and ligaments take several weeks/months to heal, even with extensive rest. Traditional sports physicians recommend ice, elevation, compression, physical therapy, or medication to see an athlete through an injury. However, the regenerative medicine clinic offers a reliable and effective way of treating sports injuries. Their protocols are minimally invasive and aim to trigger the healing/repair of damaged tissue. In sports medicine, regenerative therapies speed up what the body naturally does by taking advantage of its healing capabilities.

The regenerative medicine protocols at QC Kinetix (Freeport) work best as part of a recovery routine that includes extended rest and bracing. By combining alternative therapies with traditional sports treatments, patients recover faster and experience improved performance/mobility. Sports medicine therapies restore degenerated tissues for athletes with a torn rotator cuff, torn Achilles tendon, shoulder pain, wrist pain, tennis elbow, golfer's elbow, low back pain, and ligament tears.

Athletes who've had trouble walking or performing activities can visit the clinic for natural knee pain treatments. The providers eliminate the need for total knee replacement surgery, where surgeons replace damaged cartilage and bone with metal implants and a plastic spacer. With regenerative therapies, patients can recover from chronic knee pain, bone-on-bone osteoarthritis, decreased range of motion, torn meniscus, and torn ACL/MCL without steroids, arthroscopic surgery, or physical therapy. Natural knee treatments reduce pain with fewer side effects and minimal recovery time.

Alongside sports injury treatments, QC Kinetix (Freeport) treats patients with non-sports-related musculoskeletal pain resulting from poor body mechanics, muscle overuse, repetitive/jerking movements, and physical trauma. Regenerative medicine is well known for joint pain relief and treatment of soft tissue injuries as they rely on stimulating the body's natural healing response. It's also an aggressive, minimally invasive alternative to anti-inflammatories, painkillers, physical therapy, and therapeutic massages. Besides helping patients avoid complicated and costly surgical procedures, regenerative therapies are an option where other traditional orthopedic treatments have failed to offer relief.

On a patient's first visit, the providers conduct extensive consultations to understand their conditions and overall health goals before determining and diagnosing the root cause of joint pain/musculoskeletal injuries. Once completed, they educate the patient about the therapies they offer and the most appropriate treatment methods to improve pain, decrease inflammation, or repair degenerated tissues.

"Our mission is to help as many patients as possible enjoy a higher quality of life by improving their musculoskeletal pain and injuries with natural treatment options, thereby prolonging or eliminating the need for surgical intervention." Company Representative.

The patient experience at QC Kinetix (Freeport) is unmatched in the medical field as the team provides concierge-level service, compassionate care, and mutual respect. Their approach to treatment has earned the clinic many 5-star reviews, positive testimonials, and long-term relationships with the local communities. Learn more about their Freeport office by visiting their website or calling (207) 800-1452. The clinic is located at 23 Durham Rd, Suite 301, Freeport, ME, 04032, US.

Media Contact:

Company Name: QC Kinetix (Freeport)

Contact Person: Scott Hoots

Phone: (207) 800-1452

Address: 23 Durham Rd, Suite 301

City: Freeport

State: ME

Postal Code: 04032

Country: US

Website: https://qckinetix.com/portland-me/freeport/

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