The Regenerative Centers’ 0rthopedic stem cell protocols offer a safe and effective alternative to hip replacement surgery and to treat degenerative hip conditions, injuries & arthritis. Our non-surgical stem cell based treatment is a true breakthrough for millions of men and women needlessly suffering from chronic hip pain due to a variety of reasons such as:
- Avascular necrosis
- Autoimmune Rheumatoid arthritis and Hip Osteoarthritis
- Hip injuries related to sports
- Hip bursitis
- Hip joint degeneration
- Hip disease due to ankylosing spondylitis
- Tendinopathy due to injury or Lupus
- Labral tears and/or labrum tears
Safe Alternative to Hip Surgery in 2023
Our hip and shoulder stem cell therapies are combined with enriched blood PRP (platelet rich plasma) and growth factors to allow an effective and 100% non-surgical solution for our patients with cartilage damage, DDD, Spinal Injuries or who may be considering hip replacement surgery or hip resurfacing to try to resolve the chronic hip pain. Our treatment protocol is ideal for mild and moderate cases of ligament, cartilage damage and for those that want to regenerate/reverse hip problems without surgery using enriched lab concentrated mesenchymal cell injections using the patient’s own stem cells (autologous – for mild conditions ) or immunosystem matched allogeneic stem cells ( for moderate to severe conditions.) This unique protocol allows our orthopedic stem cell doctors to target the problem at the root and treat it using enriched tissue manipulation techniques that allow treated arthritic knees and hips to naturally heal itself without need for invasive surgery.
Treat Hip Joint Injury & Repair AVN
Hip surgeries such as replacement and resurfacing are typically very invasive procedures and often lead to months of discomfort and pain post-surgery and especially during rehabilitation needed to redevelop the patients’ strength and increase the mobility of the hip socket joint and joint spaces that have been disrupted in cases with mild osteoarthritis.
Repair damage to injured tissue with Stem Cells
Our orthopedic stem cell hip treatment works by targeting the areas of arthritis or injury with both clinical-grade stem cells and ( PrP ) platelet-rich plasma. The cultured stem cells and paracrine cell signaling act as a biological seed with PRP acting as the fertilizer to fortify the cells and helps quickly heal the areas of distress. Our unique 2-week treatment course uses PRP with cell-specific growth factors and rich platelets found in the blood circulatory system. Unlike most 1-3 day treatments, these additional steps in our therapy help boost cell signals while simultaneously providing nourishment for the orthopedic stem cells to flourish for multiple cycles and help develop the introduced cells into new and healthy joints, tendons and ligaments. The Regeneration Center uses a proprietary closed-system for MSC+ cell culturing to help triggers rapid stem cell development.
Avoid Surgery with Stem Cells & Regenerative Medicine
Regenerative medicine is a conservative treatment option and might not be the final answer for all patients with degenerative hip injuries and neuropathy, however, most sports medicine cases that are treated with MSC+ stem cells are successful long term and help our patients improve quality of life, avoid the pain, downtime, disability and most importantly risk that is associated with a major surgery like total hip replacement surgery. Our bone regeneration protocols are minimally invasive and there is very little recovery time needed after treatment. Most patients usually only report slight soreness in the treated areas with minimal bruising for 24-48 hours post-therapy. Our center has never had any patients experience adverse effects as all cells are tested and certified before implantation. After the hip join treatment, patients are encouraged to start a hip osteoarthritis diet with regular hip rehabilitation to help re-strengthen the hip joints back to proper function. Hip stem cell treatments offer a viable alternative to and is very safe to try even for severe cases. Stem cell therapies using cells from your own body can also be repeated after 6-12 months (if necessary) to achieve optimal results for people with active lifestyles. For patients with severe hip damage, stem cell treatment alone might not be sufficient. For some cases that require core decompression or severe musculoskeletal conditions we offer a unique combination-treatment that combines micro-surgery with stem cells (after surgery) and platelet rich plasma to help expedite and normalize the healing process with faster recovery times and minimal risk of developing scarring or hip arthritis.
TREATMENT PRECAUTIONS & RISKSStem Cell Therapy for hip injuries and hip arthritis are not appropriate for all cases. Patients without a confirmed diagnosis, unidentifiable tissue damage, severe comorbidities, previous hip replacement surgery, travel limitations or severe structural problems or damaged tissue may not qualify for the 2 week treatment in Bangkok.
Using Stem Cell Therapy for Hip Repair
Number of Cell Infusions for Hip arthritis and hip pain: 2-8 Targeted infusions of expanded Mesenchymal “MSC+” Cells with tissue specific growth factors for increasing formation of fibrocartilage fibers & differentiated scaffolds.
Type of Cells Used and Injection Points:For most patients, the protocol will require isolated autologous stem cells (from patient) sources such as peripheral blood or bone marrow concentrate. For older patients or patients suffering with multiple conditions and/or severe damaged tissue, treatment may require multiple cell types and delivery points using cord tissue derived or placenta derived mesenchymal stem cells The MSC+ cell therapy protocol does not require surgery and can be delivered through a guided radio-scanner (when necessary) or more commonly through an Intravenous Drip “IV Drips”, Direct injections, intra articular injections and/or Intrathecally.
Rehabilitation Options Post Treatment: Physical rehabilitation therapy after treatment is strongly recommended after treatment finished and can be done in Thailand or upon return to your home. We have complete physical rehab packages that are optional depending on your travel/time constraints.Our physical therapy and pain relief programs are available upon request for 2-3 hours per day and up to 5 days per week. Medical visas and/or hotel accommodations for the patient and family can also be provided upon request.
Total Treatment Length: Estimated treatment time for stem cell therapy to hip pain is 12-16 days in Bangkok (depending on the severity of the underlying injury)
Looking to Relieve Hip Pain Naturally?
The Regeneration Center offers patients a cohesive & comprehensive approach to hip joint injuries that yield the greatest results possible without the risks of hip replacement surgeries. We have treated professional athletes to average elderly patients who needlessly suffered through decades of chronic hip joint pain. If you or a loved one is suffering from a degenerative hip condition, chronic hip pain or if you have any difficulty standing up or walking stairs you may be a candidate for our procedure. To learn more, please contact us today.
Cost to Treat Hip Osteoarthritis w/ Stem Cells
Due to the varying degrees of injuries our orthopedic team will need to conduct a medical review for all potential patients. This can be done online using the patient’s current medical records such as Hip MRI Scan along with reports from the patients’ orthopedic doctors in their home country. Once the review is complete we can know for certain if the patient is a candidate and provide a detailed treatment plan with total stem cell injections that will also include the total number nights required along with fixed medical-related costs for the entire treatment.
Published Clinical Citations
 ^ Homma, Yasuhiro, Kazuo Kaneko, and Philippe Hernigou. 2013. Supercharging allografts with mesenchymal stem cells in the operating room during hip revision. International orthopaedics, no. 10 (December 10). doi:10.1007/s00264-013-2221-x. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24323352
 ^ Houdek, Matthew T, Cody C Wyles, John R Martin, and Rafael J Sierra. 2014. Stem cell treatment for avascular necrosis of the femoral head: current perspectives. Stem cells and cloning : advances and applications (April 9). doi:10.2147/SCCAA.S36584. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24744611
 ^ Rungsiyanont, Sorasun, Nirada Dhanesuan, Somporn Swasdison, and Shohei Kasugai. 2011. Evaluation of biomimetic scaffold of gelatin-hydroxyapatite crosslink as a novel scaffold for tissue engineering: biocompatibility evaluation with human PDL fibroblasts, human mesenchymal stromal cells, and primary bone cells. Journal of biomaterials applications, no. 1 (February 22). doi:10.1177/0885328210391920. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21343214