According to the American Chronic Pain Association, chronic pain is the No. 1 cause of disability in the U.S. Those who suffer from chronic pain often feel many side effects from impact of their injury. This includes reduced mobility, increased chance of addiction to pain medication, and an extreme emotional and physical toll on the body. I speak from experience, having suffered a knee injury that caused chronic pain; I was told that surgery was the only option for treatment and I had to endure the long recovery process that did not fully heal the pain. This was before I learned of regenerative medicine.
Arizona is home to many patients who suffer from chronic pain. We brought QC Kinetix to the Valley to offer patients natural biologic treatments as an alternative to surgery and addictive pain pills, with regenerative injections that work to repair or heal damaged tissues and joints. Trending data from the CDC shows the U.S. reported a record high of 100,000 overdose deaths in a 12-month period driven by opioids.
As regenerative medicine is still making its way into the healthcare industry, QC Kinetix is working to help patients across the U.S. realize there are more treatments available than just surgery. QC Kinetix is dedicated to using pain management to helping patients suffering from knee, shoulder and elbow pain, as well as arthritis, sports or medical-related injuries.
In May 2021, QC Kinetix announced a partnership with pro football legend Emmitt Smith, who knows firsthand the benefits that using QC Kinetix’s treatments and the impact that trusting the body’s own healing can have on an individual’s quality of life. With its expansion to the Valley, QC Kinetix is one of the first of its kind to help Arizonans treat chronic pain and enjoy a higher quality of life by improving their musculoskeletal pain and injuries with natural treatment options, thereby lessening or eliminating the need for surgical intervention.
Adam Lunceford is the Phoenix franchise owner of QC Kinetix, with four Valley locations in Phoenix, Peoria, Scottsdale and Chandler.