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QC Kinetix (Andover-Lawrence), a Premier Sports Medicine Clinic, offers Regenerative Solutions that Enhance Quick Recovery and Improve Athletic Performance

ByArlene Huff

Nov 7, 2022

Lawrence, MA – Whether a person is a professional athlete, enjoys leisure sports, loves hiking, or is a gym enthusiast, they can experience a painful sports injury that impacts their life. Dealing/living with joint pain limits mobility, affects normal function, and reduces the quality of life, necessitating long-term treatments. QC Kinetix (Andover-Lawrence) sports medicine Lawrence Lawrence sports medicine clinic offers natural treatment protocols with little to no recovery time. Regenerative medicine therapies help athletes avoid painful and costly surgeries, allowing the body to heal and repair itself naturally. 

The clinic comprises a team of medical providers who educate patients about their conditions and the most appropriate biologic therapies. They use advanced regenerative orthopedics, updated medical technology, and hi-tech diagnostic equipment to discover the root cause of chronic pain and restore degenerated tissues. The Class IV Laser is non-invasive and concentrates laser energy in the injured area to relieve joint pain. The laser creates a photochemical response that reduces pain/inflammation, enhances mobility/function, improves oxygen delivery to the tissue, and stimulates damaged tissue to begin the healing process. 

Sports injuries that affect the tendons and ligaments take several weeks/months to heal, even with traditional treatment approaches such as replacement surgery, rest, ice, compression, steroids, medication, or elevation. While minor injuries are manageable, serious injuries can derail an athlete’s career and affect their physical/mental health. The Lawrence sports medicine clinic offers regenerative solutions to empower patients to manage their injuries. The treatment protocols provide relief from tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, joint pain, a torn rotator cuff, a torn Achilles tendon, and tissue tears. The providers combine regenerative medicine with traditional sports injury treatments to strengthen existing cartilage and minimize re-injury. 

Athletes who play high-demand sports like basketball, football, volleyball, soccer, lacrosse, and baseball are prone to knee tears caused by tackling, twisting, pivoting, sprains, and unexpected movement. The knee joint has a complex assembly of bones, tendons, ligaments, and cartilage that impact movement when injured. For this reason, QC Kinetix (Andover-Lawrence) focuses on treating knee fractures, dislocations, chronic knee pain, decreased range of motion, knee cracking/popping, and torn meniscus. Many patients discovered the clinic while searching for natural knee pain treatments and have since reported improved quality of life, sleep, mobility, and function.  

While the clinic offers sports injury treatments, the providers treat patients with non-sports-related musculoskeletal pain resulting from physical trauma, recent/former accident injuries, muscle overuse, repetitive/jerking movements, or poor lifestyle choices. Their regenerative medicine protocols eliminate the need for anti-inflammatory medication, painkillers, physical therapy, or therapeutic massages. QC Kinetix (Andover-Lawrence) begins treatment by conducting a comprehensive examination before performing extensive diagnostics. The providers then recommend regenerative treatment plans for a patient’s specific condition. 

To avoid surgery and its related complications, visit their website or call (617) 644-7246 to request a consultation. The clinic is located at 354 Merrimack St, Suite 286, Lawrence, MA, 01843, US. 

Media Contact

Company Name
QC Kinetix (Andover-Lawrence)
Contact Name
Scott Hoots
(617) 644-7246
354 Merrimack St, Suite 286
Postal Code
United States

Arlene Huff

Arlene Huff is the founding member of Golden State Online. Before that She was a general assignment reporter. A native Californian, she graduated from the University of California with a degree in medical anthropology and global health. She currently lives in Los Angeles.