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Hip pain can be extremely difficult to deal with, especially when it occurs on a daily basis. Conventionally, it requires long-term pain control if the root cause of the problem is not treated. Hip surgery for hip replacement and hip resurfacing are often the only treatment options offered to a patient dealing with debilitating hip pain.
Hip surgeries are normally traumatic and require lengthy a rehabilitation period. Patients often have to deal with pain and discomfort for months while trying to restore strength and mobility. At Fusion Medical Center, we encourage our patients to recover from their pain as soon as possible. In most cases, patients experience minimal discomfort and down time from stem cell procedures.
Regenerative procedures are non-surgical and minimally invasive. The treatment is carried out within days and work as a better alternative for individuals who are skeptical about hip replacement surgeries. Our patients are typically encouraged to quickly bounce back to their routine after the treatment and are able to avoid extended and painful healing periods.
Achieving the same level of fast recovery time and healing is difficult with a hip surgery. The ultimate aim is to help the patient regain their strength and mobility. Regenerative procedure patients are far less susceptible to the severe risks related to painful hip surgeries including infection and blood clots.
Owing to the modern techniques and innovation in medicine, we are able to acquire PRP or Umbilical Cord Allograft from reliable sources, concentrate them in a lab and inject them accurately into the injured area using advanced medical imaging.
Fluoroscopy or ultrasound helps doctors ensure that the stem cells are being injected into the precise area of need. Once the cells are re-introduced, they boost the natural healing process of injured and degenerated tissues, ligaments, tendons, and joints– repairing the cell degeneration process that occurs due to injury, overuse, and aging.
Fusion Medical Center:
A Reliable Name For Regenerative Care
The most common form of arthritis is Osteoarthritis. It is also known as wear-and-tear arthritis since the cartilage thins and eventually breaks down. The cartilage cushions the joints where two bones meet, so any degeneration can seriously impact our body.
If you are suffering from a hip injury or hip pain, you may be a good candidate for regenerative procedures. Please get in touch with us and we will immediately get back to you with additional information. Schedule an appointment today.