Regenerative Medicine Clinic Opens in Idaho Falls
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Regenerative Medicine Clinic Opens in Idaho Falls

January 20, 2023 // // IDAHO FALLS, Idaho - QC Kinetix recently opened in Idaho Falls.

Brad Staples, Bryan Searle, Michael Matthews, and Trevor Langston are the owners of the new clinic located at Snake River Landing. The four men bring diverse backgrounds to the area’s newest therapy to treat pain. Staples is in sales and marketing, while Matthews and Langston are in the finance industry. Searle is a native of Idaho Falls and has personally used regenerative medicine to address aches and pains and regain a good quality of life. He’s now excited to share the life-changing treatments with his friends and neighbors.

“We’re thrilled to bring the option of restorative medicine practices, something that’s been in bigger cities for some time now, to my community,” says Searle.

The Idaho Department of Health & Welfare reported 241 deaths related to opioid overdoses in 2021, an increase from the year before. So, the owners are excited to educate the community about alternative options to painkillers and surgery.

“We understand that the people of Idaho Falls are hard workers who can’t afford to take time off work for surgery and want to avoid pain medication like opioids,” says Staples. “With our help, they can return to work pain-free with little to no  downtime.”

QC Kinetix uses all-natural biologic protocols that take the best of what the body naturally produces and uses it to aid in a patient’s recovery and give them back the quality of life they deserve. 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.

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.

“So many Idaho Falls residents will benefit from these treatments,” says Staples.

Regenerative medicine can be used to address a wide variety of health conditions. Staples, Searle, Matthews, and Langston are excited to begin providing hair restoration treatment options for men and women in the near future.




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