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Nonsurgical Orthopedics

Information About Conditions Services

Don't let pain rule your life. Chronic or acute pain conditions in the shoulder, elbow, knee, or heel can significantly impact your life and cause debilitating symptoms. At Asheville Regenerative Orthopedics (ARO) in North Carolina, our compassionate and board-certified doctor of physical medicine and rehabilitation, Dr. Christie Lehman, has made it her mission to reduce pain with nonsurgical treatments. If you experience tennis elbow, golfer's elbow, ligament injuries, bursitis, or plantar fasciitis, please schedule an appointment with Dr. Lehman. As a specialist in sports medicine, she can help diagnose the underlying cause, create a personalized treatment plan, and provide information about PRP and cellular therapy. These natural treatments have helped many Asheville, NC patients manage their pain.

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Shoulder pain can be caused by a variety of ailments, including arthritis, bursitis, and labral tears. Schedule an appointment with us today.

Arthritis is a chronic joint condition that causes mild to moderate pain in the affected area and can significantly impede the function of the joint.

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition that causes swelling in the wrist, which will usually restrict movement, as well as cause pain and/or numbness.

Tendonitis is a painful condition that leads to inflammation in the tendon, causing dull aches, joint pain, swelling, and/or tenderness in the area.

Rotator cuff tears are a common injury that can cause significant amounts of pain and discomfort, as well as destabilize the upper arm and shoulder.

Stem cells and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) can treat elbow pain, from tennis elbow, golfer's elbow, ligament injuries, cartilage damage, and more.

Stem cells and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) can treat knee pain safely and effectively. Find out how orthobiologic treatment can delay knee surgery.

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) can be an effective long-term treatment for plantar fasciitis. Learn more about PRP and how it can improve heel pain.

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