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Commonwealth Musculoskeletal Medicine

Musculoskeletal Specialists located in Louisville, KY
Now offering Telehealth appointments

Musculoskeletal Medicine (mus-cu-lo-skel-e-tal):

The diagnosis and treatment of problems arising from the musculoskeletal system. This includes injuries and diseases affecting the muscles, bones and joints of the limbs and spine.

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Due to the recent COVID-19 epidemic, our Offices are experiencing unusually high call volume. We appreciate your patience.

Commonwealth Musculoskeletal Medicine is committed to remaining fully operational to serve your needs. We understand that every person has concerns about the presence of COVID-19 and we have proactively developed a plan of action to address the potential threat.

We are following the CDC, Kentucky Health Department and other community agencies to monitor COVID-19 and ensure a coordinated and comprehensive response if warranted.
Our company is prepared to take all steps necessary to keep our staff and patients safe, while recognizing the importance of letting facts, rather than fear, determine our actions.
Our office has implemented telemedicine encounters to see patients virtually wherever possible. We are actively screening all incoming patients to find out if they are infected or at risk of infection. We are also putting safeguards in place to help minimize the risk of exposure and quarantining patients with flu-like symptoms.

Effective immediately, we will be prioritizing cancellations and reschedules for the following patients:

1. Any individuals who have traveled outside the US in the preceding 14 days;
2. Any individuals who have had contact with someone with known or suspected COVID-19
3. Any individuals who have registered a fever over the preceding 72 hours;
4. Any individuals currently displaying flu-like symptoms: cough, shortness of breath, body aches, chills, etc;
Individuals over 60 years of age should take additional precautions on a case-by-case basis. Particularly, those with comorbidities including but not limited to: heart conditions, lung conditions, kidney disease and or diabetes.

We ask that all patients that maintain appointments follow the best practice guidelines for staying healthy:

• Wash hands frequently with soap and water, for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom, before eating, and after blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing. If soap and water are not available, use alcohol-based hand sanitizers.
• Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
• Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
• Stay home when you are sick.
• Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
• Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe.

Additionally, due to local and federal government recommendations, we are trying to limit people gathering within indoor spaces. Therefore, we are asking our patients to limit guests/visitors inside our clinics to those under the age of 18 that cannot otherwise wait safely in their car. For patients requiring ambulatory assistance, their caregivers should help them to the office and wait outside while the patient is under our care and supervision.

Thank you for your cooperation.


Commonwealth Musculoskeletal Medicine in Louisville, Kentucky, is a specialist practice that focuses on pain management and treatment of chronic musculoskeletal conditions using non-surgical approaches. The practice provides the most advanced regenerative medicine treatments that can give patients an option before surgery and lessen their dependence on pain medication.

Commonwealth Musculoskeletal Medicine recently joined Commonwealth Pain & Spine to form a team of passionate medical professionals. They are some of the region’s most respected and trusted doctors and board-certified physicians who’ve come together to treat pain stemming from the back, neck, wrist, knee, hip, shoulder, and other areas, using advanced medical treatments and therapies.

Commonwealth Musculoskeletal Medicine uses regenerative medicine techniques to treat a range of musculoskeletal conditions, supported by physical therapy and osteopathic manipulation, and other treatments where appropriate. Additional therapies the practice utilizes include nerve blocks, radiofrequency ablation, and regenerative treatments like prolotherapy and Prolozone™ therapy. Commonwealth Musculoskeletal Medicine also uses viscosupplementation and knee bracing for painful knee conditions.

Due to its proven effectiveness and safety, regenerative medicine is the primary treatment approach at Commonwealth Musculoskeletal Medicine. The providers work with leading regenerative medicine pioneers Regenexx®, who develop more effective forms of regenerative medicine and are continually innovating in the field of interventional orthopedics. Some of the treatments Commonwealth Musculoskeletal Medicine uses include concentrated PRP (platelet-rich plasma), Alpha 2 macroglobulin (A2M), and bone marrow aspirate concentrate (BMAC). These products are all harvested either from the patient’s blood and bone marrow.

Commonwealth Musculoskeletal Medicine focuses on using the healing agents from their patients' own bodies to boost the body's ability to heal themselves. They use advanced imaging technologies, including ultrasound and fluoroscopy, to deliver the regenerative medicine products to exactly the right place, which takes considerable skill and extensive training to master.

To find out more about the potential of regenerative medicine, call Commonwealth Musculoskeletal Medicine today or contact us online.

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  • "Since coming to Dr. Conliffe, I’ve had about a 25% improvement in feeling and mobility and there are no pharmaceuticals involved. His approach has worked for me."

    Alan M.
  • "Had PRP done on my back, and I feel wonderful! Very professional Doctor and staff!"

    John T.
  • "I would recommend Bodyworks Medicine because what they’ve done for me works! The service is great. Dr. Conliffe does a great job and explains things to me."

    Cosden F.
Commonwealth Musculoskeletal Medicine
225 Executive Park
Louisville, KY 40207
Phone: 502-771-1012
Fax: 855-347-8216
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