Regenerative Medicine Clinic Opens in Northeast Oklahoma
QC Kinetix opens new clinic to offer alternative to surgery
October 10, 2022 // Franchising.com // TULSA, Okla. - QC Kinetix recently opened in Tulsa and provides one of the most advanced regenerative medicine protocols in Northeast Oklahoma.
Steve Decker and Eric Rowden are the owners of the new QC Kinetix clinic in south Tulsa. The two business partners were running a large call center operation in Springfield, Missouri, when they decided to retire and open a QC Kinetix clinic. They have hired a top-notch medical team to help treat people with pain.
“I am amazed what these treatments can do for our patients without them having to undergo surgery or take addictive pain medication,” says Decker. “Our number one priority with this clinic is to provide pain relief, and we can do that for people without them even having to miss work.”
QC Kinetix uses all-natural biologic protocols to stimulate the body to repair or heal its own damaged tissues and joints. It’s an alternative to surgery, NSAIDs, and pain pills that mask the pain but don’t repair the problem. For patients seeking relief from pain due to musculoskeletal injury, chronic joint pain, or hip, knee, back, or shoulder pain, regenerative procedures are the next frontier for treatment.
Decker and Rowden both live active lifestyles with their family and are very involved with their kids’ sports teams. They have seen their fair share of sports injuries and the benefits of this treatment.
“In just these first six months, we’ve seen nearly every patient that’s walked through our doors leave with reduced pain. The future of using our body to repair itself is endless,” says Decker.
Former Dallas Cowboys great and NFL MVP Emmitt Smith is the official spokesperson for QC Kinetix. He knows firsthand the need for innovative chronic pain treatments that help people get back to their active lifestyles. It used to be only elite athletes like Smith had access to regenerative medicine treatments, but growth and innovation in the field have made the treatments accessible to everyone.
“So many Tulsa residents will benefit from these treatments, from those who have retired to anyone enjoying an active lifestyle, as well as athletes and industry workers who can’t afford a long surgery recovery,” says Decker.
Decker and Rowden also own a QC Kinetix clinic in Bentonville, Arkansas, and recently acquired one in Oklahoma City.
Scott Hoots, CEO of Charlotte-based QC Kinetix, is confident that Decker and Rowden and their team will be an asset to the QC Kinetix franchise.
“Steve and Eric are ideal QC Kinetix franchisees,” says Hoots. “Their background in business and sports, combined with their love of regenerative medicine, makes them perfect candidates for us. We can’t wait to see their business grow, and more Northeast Oklahoma residents see the benefits of these treatments firsthand.”
QC Kinetix is a type of concierge medicine, which continues to grow in popularity. There are none of the difficulties of dealing with insurance companies. Patients pay cash and get a very high level of care and service with state-of-the-art treatments. Every patient receives quality time with their medical provider and a customized plan of treatment based on their individual diagnosis and condition.
QC Kinetix Tulsa operates 9716 Riverside Pkwy Suite 101, Tulsa, OK 74137.
SOURCE QC Kinetix
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