An injury to your bone, joint, ligament, or cartilage can be difficult to heal and make it hard for you to get back to your everyday activities. The specialists at Wellington Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine, with four locations in Cincinnati as well as offices in Oxford, Sardinia, and West Chester, Ohio, are devoted to providing the best treatment possible to help you get the most effective results, and offer regenerative medicine to support healing and health. To learn more about regenerative medicine and how it can help you, schedule a consultation online or by phone today.
Regenerative medicine is a fairly new area of medicine that focuses on repairing diseased or damaged tissue by creating new, healthier living tissue through the stimulation of your body’s own natural healing power. Orthopaedic experts, like those at Wellington Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine, have been on the forefront of regenerative medicine for many years, developing various strategies to help heal bones, cartilage, and ligaments with cell therapy.
Cell therapy is the most common type of regenerative medicine, and includes stem cell therapy and platelet-rich plasma (PRP).
Joint replacement is also considered a form of regenerative medicine that uses an artificial part to replace your diseased joint, restoring function and improving quality of life.
Wellington Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine use regenerative medicine as a treatment option for a number of orthopaedic conditions, including:
Regenerative medicine may also be used to help support your healing after surgery.
To get the most benefits from regenerative medicine, you may need more than one treatment. The team at Wellington Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine creates a treatment plan before you get started so you know what to expect and how to prepare.
To see if regenerative medicine can help your injury or orthopaedic condition, call Wellington Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine or schedule a consultation online today.
Donald C., a retired attorney, suffered from back pain for many years. He found it difficult to play golf, stand, and walk. He tried physical therapy and injections. Epidural steroid injections helped him for a few months. As he did more injections, he found they helped less and less. After attending a seminar on stem cells and an in-depth consultation with Dr. Aarti Singla, he decided to proceed with stem cells for his back pain. He underwent a procedure at a surgery center where stem cells were taken from his pelvis and placed in a centrifuge. The stem cells were concentrated and injected into the pain areas in his back under an x-ray. At six weeks after the procedure, he started doing planks! He was very happy with his pain relief saying he felt 90% better! He recommends the procedure