Treatment to Repair Cartilage, Ligament & Tendons

Updated January 20, 2017 – Cartilage injuries and Ligament damage playing sports or living an active lifestyle can be a painful situation (mentally and physically). Cartilage injuries can impact the knee joints,elbows,fingers, feet and many other joints in the body. Ligament and cartilage damage are generally the outcome of blunt force trauma, lupus disease, falls or most often sports related injuries. The cartilage injuries can lead to severe joint discomfort, swelling and if left untreated turn extremely painful in the future.

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Most instances of cartilage, ligament or tendon damage often lead to pain and swelling that can be resolved without requiring surgery. Nevertheless, cartilage injuries might trigger persistent discomfort and/or extra wear and tear damage to the healthy knees which could eventually lead to onset arthritis.

Non-surgical remedies such as Orthokine, Regenokine and our Cell Therapy for Knee and Cartilage Injuries have been preferred by professional athletes for years. Previously, the existing therapies for these types of injuries were limited to many constraints. Today, stem cell cartilage regeneration using isolated and expanded MSC+ mesenchymal stem cells to treat and regenerate any damaged area in the body,but particularly in joints of the knees and hands. These degenerative damage to the joints happen most often when there’s a breakdown of articular cartilage.

Repair Tendons & Ligaments with Stem cells

The Stem Cell ligament regeneration protocol in Bangkok focuses on decreasing the symptoms and signs, as well as the chronic effects of the cartilage or ligament damage through direct stem cell implantation of activated and concentrated stem cells from the patient themselves or through cord blood and/or Platelet Rich Plasma. Our regenerative stem cell hospital in Thailand offers unique treatment for cartilage, ligament and tendon injuries that greatly helps speed up tissue healing via a targeted and accelerated regeneration process that normally takes mother nature months even years to accomplish.

Orthopedic Surgery Alternatives

Cartilage and Ligament Damage Reversal

Anti-Aging can mean many things but in regenerative medicine, Accelerated Self-regeneration is possible today thanks to the use of stem cells that are programmed to divide and create even more stem cells. The stem cells, PRP and progenitor cells are transplanted into the area of injury via guided CT arthroscopy or in the blood stream via Intravenous drip.

The injured part of the Cartilage becomes a magnet for the stem cells allowing for rapid tissue regeneration. The stem cells unite with the cytokines inside of the body. These cytokines help the stem cells develop into the exact type of tissues surrounding it. The process reaches optimal therapeutic impact following three to six weeks after treatment.(22147634)

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The Stem cell Transplants to repair Cartilage damage provides the safest and most effective non-surgical method to repair cartilage damage or tendon injuries and has rapidly become the preferred treatment for professional sports related injuries around the world.(24016325) The regeneration center of Thailand provides the most cost effective expanded stem cell therapy for sports injuries in the world.

TREATMENT PRECAUTION
Stem Cell Therapies are not appropriate for all injuries. Cell therapy and tissue Engineering has limitations based on the severity of the patients injury,what his/her body will allow along with other factors such as overall health,age and genetics. Please note we do not accept patients with severe conditions that limit travel abilities or old injuries that have developed severe scar tissue.

Cartilage, Tendon or Ligament Tissue Restoration


Number of Stem Cell Injections for Ligament and Cartilage damage: 2-8 Enriched Hematopoietic Mesenchymal stem cells Infusions per Treatment Stage

Type of Stem Cells and Injections: For most patients, Enhanced Mesenchymal cells derived from the patients ( Autologous) Peripheral Blood or Adipose Tissue. For older patients or patients with severe degeneration or multiple conditions, HLA Matched Allogeneic stem cells will be used. Our enriched cell transplants do not require invasive surgery and can be target delivered via a Guided CT Scanner (when necessary) or more commonly through an Intravenous Drip,Direct injection and/or Intrathecal Injections.(23750535)

Rehabilitation Treatment for Cartilage,Ligament,Tendon Damage: Physical Rehabilitation therapy at Bangkok Hospital is optional but highly recommended depending on your travel/time constraints. Complete physical rehabilitation and can be provided upon request for 2-4 hours per day and up to 6 days per week. 
Medical visas and accommodations for extended stay for the patient and family can also be included upon request.

Total Treatment Length : estimated around 10-16 nights (depending on the severity of the patients injuries)

Benefits of Orthopedic Cell Therapy

The treatment for Cartilage and Ligament Damage protocol using Platelet rich Plasma with Hematopoietic Mesenchymal stem cells will require a minimum of 10-21 days at our treatment facility in Bangkok.

Due to varying degrees of underlying injuries our orthopedic team will need to qualify any potential patients before a detailed treatment plan that includes an exact total number nights required along with the total medical related costs (excluding accommodations or flights). To begin the qualification process for our multi-stage treatment protocol please prepare your recent medical records such as (MRI/CT Scans) and contact us today.

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  1. I had an motorcycle accident 8 Months ago. My orthopedic surgeon told me there was no Fracture then but Last week I had another fender bender causing my knee to move fully out of the socket. Now my knees are very swollen and I can’t even bend my knee that much. My MRI has shown a torn meniscus and hyperextension of ACL. Can stem cells help treat my torn meniscus? Im pretty young and don’t want to have surgery. I heard about stemcells being used for this type of injury so i am very keen. Please let me know what i need to do to fix my knees.

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