QC Kinetix (Gainesville)
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QC Kinetix (Gainesville) provides non-surgical regenerative medicine treatments for joint pain to residents of Gainesville, FL, and surrounding areas. Our biologic therapies are a perfect solution for anyone seeking alternatives to surgery for pain. QC Kinetix can help you find the right treatment for your pain. We can help you get relief while avoiding surgery, so you can return to your normal life activities as quickly as possible.
Gainesville is the county seat of Alachua County, Florida, and the largest city in North Central Florida, with a population of 141,085 in 2020. It is the principal city of the Gainesville metropolitan area, which had a population of 339,247 in 2020.Gainesville is home to the University of Florida, the fourth-largest public university campus by enrollment in the United States as of the 2021–2022 academic year. == History == There is archeological evidence, from about 12,000 years ago, of the presence of Paleo Indians in the Gainesville area, although it is not known if there were any permanent settlements. A Deptford culture campsite existed in Gainesville and was estimated to have been used between 500 BCE and 100 CE. The Deptford people moved south into Paynes Prairie and Orange Lake during the first century and evolved into the Cades Pond culture. The Deptford people who remained in the Gainesville area were displaced by migrants from southern Georgia sometime in the seventh century.
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