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Procedures for Hip Injuries, Arthritis, Bursitis and Other Degenerative Conditions

Regenerative orthopedic procedures are non-surgical injection-based procedures for people suffering from hip pain due to common injuries, Avascular Necrosis (AVN, Osteonecrosis), Hip Bursitis, Hip Labral Tears, Hip Tendonitis, or degenerative problems like Arthritis related to the hip joint. These procedures utilize concentrated repair cells that are obtained from your own bone marrow or blood to promote your body’s own natural ability to heal.

Regenerative orthopedics offer a non-surgical treatment option for many patients who are considering elective surgeries to treat their hip pain. Accurate diagnosis is key as Hip pain is often referred from other areas. Our procedures are designed to help reduce pain and improve function with precise highly specific image-guided procedures to promote the body’s ability to heal itself naturally.

Commonly Treated Hip Conditions

  • Mild to Moderate Osteoarthritis
  • Bursitis
  • Tendinopathy
  • Labral / labrum tear
  • Avascular Necrosis
  • Osteonecrosis

This is not a complete list, so please contact us if you have questions about whether you or your condition can be treated with these non-surgical procedures.

Hip Surgery and Replacement vs. Regenerative Orthopedic Procedures

Hip pain can be very difficult to deal with on a day-to-day basis and traditionally requires long-term pain management if the problem is not corrected. Hip surgery, hip replacement surgery, and hip resurfacing are often the only medical options presented to a patient to deal with their debilitating pain.

Hip surgeries are typically very traumatic and are often followed by months of pain and discomfort while attempting to redevelop strength and mobility. Our patients are typically encouraged to walk the same day if possible, and most experience little downtime from the procedure. 

*DISCLAIMER: Like all medical procedures, orthobiologic procedures have a success and failure rate. Patient reviews and testimonials on this site should not be interpreted as a statement on the effectiveness of our treatments for anyone else.

How Regenerative Procedures Work

Bone Marrow Stem Cell Concentrate Procedures 

Bone Marrow Concentrate contains your own stem cells. These reparative cells, inherent to our bodies, reside in various tissues, primed to initiate repair when damage occurs. However, as we age or sustain significant injuries, our capacity to recruit these cells diminishes, hindering full restoration. The bone marrow concentrate procedure addresses this issue by extracting bone marrow from the dense cell population in the back of the hip, concentrating them, and precisely administering them into the injured area with advanced imaging guidance. The objective is to alleviate pain and enhance functionality by harnessing the body's innate healing capabilities. Our protocol for Bone Marrow Stem Cell Concentrate can effectively treat a broad spectrum of orthopedic conditions. Your Interventional Orthopedics CT physician will assess your condition and imaging to determine whether bone marrow stem cell concentrate or platelet-based therapy is optimal for your orthopedic needs.

Platelet Rich Plasma Procedures

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) procedures involve utilizing healing growth factors derived from your own blood to enhance your body’s innate repair mechanisms. This treatment has gained prominence, particularly among professional athletes, for its effectiveness in addressing joint, tendon, ligament, and muscle injuries. PRP injections stimulate the repair cells within the targeted area, intensifying their natural healing capabilities. Similar to other Interventional Orthopedics CT procedures, PRP procedures are conducted under advanced imaging guidance to ensure precise placement of cells in the intended location. Platelet procedures, or PRP, are frequently employed for soft tissue injuries, mild arthritis, spine conditions, and nerve-related issues.