• Shawn Kocab

Can Stem Cells Really Help My Hip?

Updated: Aug 12

Regenerative medicine is an exciting field of medicine that works by making use of your body’s own healing abilities to treat what might ordinarily have required a hospital visit and surgery. While surgery will always have a place in medicine, there are some conditions that may respond to minimally-invasive procedures such as regenerative medicine. Read on to find out if it’s right for you!


Hip conditions can vary from patient to patient. This can include fractures, joint issues, and wear and tear. Surgery options include replacement surgery, which can be time-consuming and risky depending on the patient. Recovery takes longer and you will be ‘put out of commission’ for days and even weeks, not to mention the rehabilitation it would involve.


With regenerative medicine, all of that is not needed. We take carefully screened and processed amniotic cord tissue allographs from healthy births and inject them where they are required. The cells regenerate into the desired tissue cells and heals your hip. This is an outpatient procedure that takes place at our clinic – simply walk in, get the cells administered into your body, and then walk out again! The recovery phase takes less time, allowing you to resume your normal life faster than ever.


If you are suffering from pain in your hip and are considering surgery, contact us at Spectrum Medical to learn if minimally-invasive regenerative medicine is the right option for you.

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