About Bone Marrow Stem Cell Therapy
Bone Marrow Concentrate (BMC) Therapy is a minimally invasive non-surgical treatment that relieves pain and disability by promoting long-lasting healing of musculoskeletal conditions.
Bone marrow is a soft tissue abundantly rich in stem cells and growth factors. BMC therapies leverage the therapeutic and healing benefits by stimulating the proliferation of local cells into new tissues and decreasing local inflammation, which often is the driving force behind the progression of chronic degenerative conditions.
Multiple clinical reports indicate that in patients suffering from knee osteoarthritis, BMC injections lead to a reduction in pain of 50 to 60%, combined with excellent outcomes related to knee function and quality of life.
Patients receiving BMC therapy in combination with rotator cuff surgery showed a 100% rate of complete healing after six months. Conversely, a lower (67%) rate of complete healing was observed in patients undergoing surgery only. After ten years, patients receiving BMC therapy demonstrated a significantly lower risk of re-injury (13%) compared to patients only receiving surgery (44%)
How it Works
In a minimally invasive procedure using a specialized needle, your physician aspirates a small quantity of bone marrow from your hip bone.
Stem Cell Isolation
The bone marrow undergoes two rounds of centrifugation to isolate and concentrate regenerative cell solution and injected into the joint space or in soft tissues.
The cell solution is injected into the affected joint and accelerates your natural healing response by stimulating the proliferation of local cells into new tissues to decrease local inflammation, which often is the driving force behind the progression of chronic degenerative conditions.
Most patients experience significant symptom and pain relief after a few weeks, and the healing process continues with full benefits usually observed between 3 to 6 months.
Stem Cell Therapy Can Treat:
- Spinal injuries, neck pain and back pain
- Knee, hip and shoulder pain
- Elbow, hand, wrist and foot pain
- Soft tissue injury (Tennis Elbow, Plantar Fasciitis)