Recently, orthobiologics have shown promise in the treatment of musculoskeletal soft tissue injuries and may have the potential to treat soft tissue injuries around the hip. Bone marrow aspiration concentrate (BMAC) and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) are two such therapies. Bone marrow aspirate concentrate contains mesenchymal stem cells which have anti-inflammatory, anti-apoptotic and multipotent capabilities. They have the potential to differentiate into several cell lineages including tenocytes and chondrocytes in the appropriate hematopoietic inducing microenvironment. Platelet-rich plasma contains a high concentration of platelets, growth factors and cytokines necessary for cell differentiation and tissue healing. Independent use of these biologic therapies has been reported to result in improvement in the mechanical properties and histologic appearance of some musculoskeletal tissues.