Treatment Offered

What is regenerative therapy?

 This procedure helps in regeneration of degenerated cartilages which has occurred due to ageing, obesity, trauma.

What are the types of regenerative therapy?

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and stem cell therapy are two modes of regenerative therapy.

What is platelet-rich plasma?

Patients blood is taken out and processed which will lead to the formation of plasma which is rich in growth factors. These growth factors will lead to a generation of degenerated structures.

What is stem cell therapy?

Stem cells are the mother cells from which new cells are formed. Bone marrow aspirate is taken and processed to form stem cell. These stem cells are injected in the area of degeneration.

Which is better among the two?

Among the two, stem cell is the mother cell so is more efficacious in regeneration. Only disadvantage of stem cell is it is more expensive and more invasive procedure compared to PRP therapy.

How is the procedure done?

The procedure is done in operation theatre under local anesthesia. The affected part identified using ultrasonography and fluoroscopy and the growth factor is injected.

What are the post-procedure recommendations?

Physiotherapy is to be started immediately after the procedure to achieve maximum response.

In which conditions this procedure can be done?

Shoulder pain-Patients with osteoarthritis, tendinosis,  partial muscle tear, bursitis, labral tear.

Knee Pain-Patients with osteoarthritis, tendinosis,  partial muscle tear,Bursitis

Hip Pain- Patients with osteoarthritis of hip joint and avascular necrosis of the joint.Bursitis

Planter Fasciitis

Tennis Elbow

Ankle Pain

Tendo-Achilis Pain