Acute and chronic hip pain conditions can be effectively treated with regenerative medicine. Read our articles and testimonials today to learn how regenerative medicine has helped others overcome pain.
Core decompression with bone graft is used fre- quently in the treatment of osteonecrosis of the femoral head. Many different techniques have been described. In the current series, grafting was done with autologous bone marrow ob- tained from the iliac crest of patients operated on for osteonecrosis of the hip. The results of a prospective read more
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 read more
After my first stem cell injection, I got noticeably better within 8 weeks. Within 4-6 weeks I was getting back to my normal routine. You get functionality back on a curve but as soon as you start to get better, everything gets better faster. It’s a combination of building the muscles back up through physical therapy and having these injections.
I’m kind of a skeptic on a lot of things, but this has actually worked quite well. People will ask me “Hey, how did that stem cell therapy work out for you?” And I’ve been very positive in my response. It’s been really good for me and it has reduced my pain. I would definitely recommend it. With 3 surgeries on my left knee and 2 on my right, and the very long recovery time, I haven’t seen the benefits. I’ve seen more positive results with this than with my knee arthroscopies and surgeries.