Welcome To PM&R Associates
PM&R Associates is a clinic dedicated to the treatment of the spine, joints, muscles, ligaments and tendons. Our Medical Director, R. K. Silbert, M.D., has been in practice since 1974 and, among other positions, has previously served as the Director of the Spinal Injury Program at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis and as the Medical Director of the Rehabilitation Hospital of Indianapolis. All regenerative medicine procedures are done on-site, which prevents excessive fees charged by hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers.
Trusted CompanyPM&R Associates provides both traditional and cutting-edge medical treatment for a wide variety of spine, muscle, tendon, ligament and…
Our ProcessCutting edge treatments include the use of platelets (PRP) and stem cells, taken from your body, to facilitate your body to heal itself.
Our TeamPM&R Associates is a clinic dedicated to the treatment of the spine, joints, muscles, ligaments and tendons.
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PM&R Associates provides both traditional and cutting-edge regenerative medicine treatments for a wide variety of spine, muscle, tendon, ligament and joint conditions. Cutting edge treatments include the use of platelet rich plasma (PRP) and stem cell therapy, using cells derived from your body’s own fatty tissue or bone marrow, to facilitate your body to heal itself.
The foundation of the body’s natural growth and development relies on stem cells. Stem cells contain the ability to renew and produce new cells that can replenish damaged tissues. Stem cells are delivering excitement in medical research. The human body contains 300...read more
For years we have known the use of steroid (cortisone) injections inside a joint (intra-articular) is bad for the joint. Now we have the proof. A recent clinical study published in the Journal of The American Medical Association answered the question: Is the use of...read more
K-laser therapy has been around for some time now. In Europe, doctors started using laser therapy for treatment as early as the 1970s. However, the adoption of this medical technology has been slow, and plenty of research had to be done. Today, K-Laser therapy is one...read more