Hip pain affects millions of people and can significantly impact the quality of life. From athletes to seniors, damage to the hip joint is a common source of discomfort and immobility. Fortunately, regenerative therapies using stem cells offer a revolutionary way to treat hip osteoarthrosis, labral tears, cartilage damage, and other degenerative conditions.
Stem cells are undifferentiated cells that can renew themselves and become specialized cell types. Mesenchymal stem cells found in umbilical cord tissue and other sources have immense healing potential. When injected into damaged joints, these cells can reduce inflammation, promote cartilage regeneration, and guide overall repair.
At the Stem Cell Medical Center, we use state-of-the-art techniques to harvest and deliver stem cells right where they are needed most. Our dedicated team has performed thousands of successful stem cell procedures over the past decade. Read on to learn how our treatments work and what results you can expect.
How Stem Cells Heal Hips
Stem cells exert their healing effects through several key mechanisms:
This combination of anti-inflammatory, regenerative, and signaling effects enables stem cells to comprehensively heal joints.
Treating Hip Osteoarthritis
Osteoarthritis is the most common type of hip arthritis, caused by gradual cartilage breakdown. As the smooth cartilage layer wears down, bone rubs against bone, leading to pain and stiffness.
For osteoarthritis, we deliver a high dose of stem cells into the damaged hip socket. The cells reduce inflammation and create a regenerative matrix to fill cartilage defects and stimulate fresh cartilage growth. Additionally, we may also deliver stem cells through IV infusion.
Over 3-6 months, most patients experience substantial pain relief, renewed joint mobility, and renewed activities. MRIs show remarkable cartilage regeneration. Even severe (grade 4) osteoarthritis cases improve. While stem cells cannot remove bone spurs, they can halt their growth and treat joint damage.
Repairing Labral Tears
The labrum is a rubbery cartilage rim around the hip socket. Labral tears are common in active individuals and cause pain, clicking, and loss of stability. Surgery can fix tears but requires months of rehab.
With stem cell injections, the cells migrate into the torn labrum, reducing inflammation and encouraging new tissue growth across the defect. Patients reported significantly reduced pain and restored function within weeks. Follow-up MRIs show remarkable labral healing.
Regenerating Cartilage & Ligaments
General cartilage loss and ligament tears around the hip socket also respond beautifully to stem cell therapy. The cells stimulate cartilage-producing cells called chondrocytes to multiply and fill any defects. Stem cells also guide the regeneration of torn ligament fibers.
Additional Therapies & Supplements
While stem cells do the heavy lifting, additional therapies can support the regenerative process:
A Team You Can Trust
Stem cell therapy is a complex field. It requires extensive training and experience to perfect harvesting and injection techniques. Our team at the Stem Cell Medical Center has decades of experience in the field of regenerative medicine. Their unmatched expertise is why we’re one of the world’s top destinations for stem cell therapy.
We also make the process seamless for patients. Our clinic offers onsite imaging, lab tests, luxury accommodations, transportation, and more. Candidates undergo thorough evaluation and monitoring to ensure stem cell therapy is appropriate. We’ll review your case and create a customized treatment plan.
Give Your Joints a Second Chance
If hip pain is slowing you down, stem cell therapy may help you regain mobility and resume activities. We’ve helped everyone from pro athletes to seniors rejuvenate their joints without surgery. See if this innovative treatment is right for you. Contact our Patient Care team today for a free consultation!
Contact us and schedule a consultation to see if you may benefit from regenerative treatments. Stem cell therapy could alleviate your pain and help you regain mobility.