Regenerative Orthopedics

Interventional, Non-surgical procedures to address MSK conditions.

Interventional Regenerative Orthopedics

Regenerative Orthopedics takes an interventional approach to diagnosing and treating your physical condition without invasive surgery.

Regenerative Orthopedics employs therapies that utilize orthobiologics to treat the targeted areas, helping to promote healing and restore function lost due to aging, disease, damage or defects. The human body has the natural ability to heal itself in many ways. Regenerative Orthopedics supports natural healing in targeted areas.

Orthobiologics are natural biological tissues derived from human the human body, such as blood, bone marrow, fat, or other tissues. Orthobiologics can be sourced from the patient, referred to as autologous, or from a donor, referred to as allogeneic.

Some orthobiologics used in Regenerative Orthopedic therapies may include: PRP derived from human blood, Bone Marrow Concentrate derived from human bone marrow, or Fat Graft derived from human adipose tissue.

Most Interventional Regenerative Orthopedic Treatments are delivered via a needle placed in the targeted area, using image guidance like Ultrasound or Fluoroscopy, to deploy the orthobiologic therapy.

Some Interventional Regenerative ORthopedic Treatments are provided during a minimally invasive surgery.

Regenerative Orthopedic treatments are a more conservative route and can help patients avoid surgery. Every condition is unique and may be at various stages. Advanced Regenerative Orthopedic procedures are becoming highly effective at helping to reduce pain, restore function, and heal damaged tissue and joints.

Your qualified physician will perform a detailed consultation, looking at imagery and/or performing an ultrasound diagnostic of your specific condition to determine your candidacy for an optimal Regenerative Orthopedic procedure. Each patient's body is unique and it's ability to respond to orthobiologic therapies may vary.