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Non-Surgical Facelift with PRP Facial Fillers

Written By Hancock Healthcare Group on April 9, 2021

As you get older, you may notice your face losing its youthful fullness – and fine lines and wrinkles starting to form. Platelet-rich plasma, PRP fillers can restore plumpness and spur cell growth to restore a younger appearance. Find out... Read More


PRP Injections for Knee Pain

Written By Hancock Healthcare Group on March 9, 2021

If you suffer from knee pain, you are not alone. The prevalence of the condition has increased significantly in the United States over the past 20 years, resulting in the surge of knee replacement operations.  Platelet-rich plasma, PRP, injections may offer... Read More


The Benefits of Stem Cell Therapy

Written By Hancock Healthcare Group on February 9, 2021

Stem cells are a unique cell type capable of regenerating dying or damaged cells. As you get older, your stem cell reserves decrease, negatively impacting the body’s ability to regenerate damaged tissue. You may need longer to heal from injuries... Read More


An Introduction to Regenerative Medicine

Written By Hancock Healthcare Group on October 5, 2020

When we fall ill or sustain an injury, our bodies have a natural response that helps us to heal properly and get back to life as usual. Unfortunately, there are millions of individuals that suffer from conditions that don’t always... Read More


How Does Shockwave Therapy for Erectile Dysfunction Work?

Written By Hancock Healthcare Group on September 4, 2020

Sexual dysfunction affects millions of men and women around the world. In men, erectile dysfunction is more prevalent than most think. In fact, studies have shown that 52% of individuals suffer from some degree of erectile dysfunction. While there are... Read More


Shockwave Therapy for Plantar Fasciitis: What You Need to Know

Written By Hancock Healthcare Group on August 4, 2020

Plantar fasciitis is a condition that leaves thousands of individuals with pain that can have a negative effect on their daily activities. This condition is often shrugged off as ankle pain or a sprain of the ankle, and while more... Read More


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