230 East Ogden Ave. Suite 200
Hinsdale, Illinois  60521

BUSINESS HOURS

Mon, Wed, Fri : 10am ~ 6pm

Tue : Closed

Thur : 10am ~ 7pm

​​Saturday : 10am - 3pm

  • Facebook - White Circle
  • Twitter - White Circle
  • Yelp - White Circle

T.  630. 315. 0458

Contact / Dr. Christina E. Kim

© 2015 by BU Wellness & Med Spa

PTM is an all-natural treatment that utilizes powerful Growth Factors, Collagens, Extracellular Proteins and Bioactive Molecules naturally found in human placental tissues.  These placental tissue components may provide your body with the foundation it needs to reduce pain and inflammation, restore tissue and reduce scarring.

 

PTM products are derived from human placental tissues, donated by volunteer U.S.-based donors after a live, healthy C-section delivery.

 

PTM therapy contains biologic components that may:

      ▪   reduce pain and inflammation

      ▪   support correct tissue reconstruction

      ▪   prevent scar tissue formation

      ▪   require no downtime post-treatment

PTM therapy has been reported to be effective in the clinical treatment of various conditions:   degenerative disc disease, rotator cuff and labral tears, frozen shoulder, sacroiliac joint dysfunction, tennis elbow, golf elbow, stress fractures, bursitis, synovitis, tendinitis, osteoarthritis, ACL, PCL, meniscus tears, tendon, ligament and muscle strains, plantar fasciitis, heel pain

 

PTM therapy is applied directly to the area of injured or damaged tissue.  This biologic treatment replaces the body’s missing ‘connective tissue matrix’, which is a natural interconnected system of Collagens, Growth Factors and Bioactive Molecules that provide the structure, integrity, and replenishment of the body’s various tissues.

 

PTM therapy is typically a single one-time treatment and can be performed in a doctor’s office.  The patient may experience pain relief as soon as 3 – 10 days after treatment, and continued improvement over the following weeks and months.

 

Like many regenerative medicine procedures, PTM therapy is considered elective or non-covered by insurance providers.