Regenerative Medicine Clinic Opens in Chicagoland
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Regenerative Medicine Clinic Opens in Chicagoland

January 25, 2023 // // CHICAGO - QC Kinetix recently opened three clinics in Chicago’s western suburbs. 

Owner Bill Maschmeier plans to open clinics across the metro. In December, the clinics opened in Aurora, Morton Grove, and Oakbrook Terrace.

“We want everybody in the surrounding areas to have access to these life-changing treatments without driving into the city,” says Maschmeier. “One of the biggest challenges QC Kinetix faces is educating the public about regenerative medicine. For decades, it was a treatment only professional athletes had access to. Now, I’m thrilled to announce the availability for all those in Chicagoland.”

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.

Maschmeier first heard about the treatments from his old Grinnell College football teammates. He’s seen many of them go through various paths of pain relief treatment, including surgery and regenerative medicine. 

“I’m amazed daily at what regenerative medicine can do. I’ve seen patients at my Milwaukee clinics go from using a walker to needing no assistance in just four months, and patients don’t even have to take any time off work to see results,” says Maschmeier. 




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