REGENERATIVE & PREVENTIVE MEDICINE

REGENERATIVE ORTHOPAEDICS

INTERVENTIONAL, NON-SURGICAL ORTHOPAEDICS

SHIFTING FROM JOINT SURGERIES TO JOINT REPAIR

Advancing medical technologies are moving towards less invasive orthopaedic-type procedures as alternatives to common medical approaches such as drugs and surgery.

Regenerative Orthopaedics focuses on encouraging your body’s natural healing ability through non-surgical, minimally invasive procedures. It encourages your body to heal and strengthen damaged areas to restore function.

It involves precise injections into the affected areas to prompt repair by improving blood supply & strengthening the tissues, thereby promoting a natural healing process.
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APPLYING CELL-BASED THERAPY IN REGENERATIVE MEDICINE

Cell-based therapies promote repair to damaged bones, muscles, cartilage, tendons and ligaments. Each procedure is customised to an individual patient’s needs according to the nature and severity of the injury or condition.

Some of the applications for cell-based therapy include:
 
  • Cartilage regeneration
  • Reducing inflammation in joints and soft tissues
  • Slowing down cartilage degeneration
  • Pain management
Find out if this procedure is suitable for you today 

Learn more about our solutions for Regenerative Orthopaedics below or click here to get in touch with us.

REGENERATIVE ORTHOPAEDICS

At ReGen Rehab Hospital, our comprehensive services take you on through the process of Bringing you Back to your best self.

We offer a unique combination of regenerative and rehabilitation medicine to achieve holistic, sustainable results.

PLATELET RICH PLASMA (PRP)

Using concentrated platelets from patient's own blood plasma to accelerate healing of injured tendons, muscles, ligaments and joints. 

It is used to treat common musculoskeletal injuries including tendon injuries like tennis elbows and tendonitis, acute sports injuries, and post-surgical repair.

CARTILAGE REGENERATION

Applying stem cell therapy to stimulate a patient's own cartilage cells to grow, kick-starting the natural regenerative process of the body. 

Stem cells have the ability to develop into many specialised cell types, from muscle cells, bone cells, and cartilage cells. Find out if stem cell therapy is suitable treatment for you below.
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PLATELET RICH PLASMA (PRP)

What is PRP?

PRP is blood plasma with concentrated platelets which contain large quantities of bioactive proteins that are vital to initiate and accelerate tissue repair and regeneration.

How does it work?

It is an injection procedure that utilizes a patient’s own concentrated blood platelets and growth factors to enhance healing process in common orthopaedic/musculoskeletal injuries or conditions. The procedure is minimally invasive with little to no scarring.

PRP injections can be performed in any tendon and ligament to treat sports injuries, such as tennis elbow, carpal tunnel, rotator cuff tears, joint arthritis, lower back or degenerative disc diseases.

What to expect

To prepare PRP, a small amount of blood is taken from the patient. The blood is placed in a centrifuge which spins and automatically produces the PRP. The process takes approximately 15 minutes. When PRP is injected into the damaged area, it stimulates the tendon and ligament, causing mild inflammation that triggers healing.
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CARTILAGE REGENERATION

What is cartilage?

Cartilage covers the ends of bones and allows one bone to slide over another at the joints. It can be damaged by a sudden injury like a fall, or worn out over time due to ageing or related conditions like osteoarthritis. Cartilage does not repair itself well after damage and results in acute pain, swelling and if severe, disability.

Cartilage damages are assessed using The Kellgren Lawrence grade (on a scale of grades 1 to 4) through an x-ray. Severe cartilage damages (grade 4) usually require joint replacement surgery. If the damage is minor (grades 0 to 1), pain management or relief treatments such as non-surgical injections combined with rehabilitation programme may be suitable. For minor to moderate damages (grades 2 to 3), surgery may not be required, alternatives such as regenerative therapy are viable considerations.

Applying cell-based therapy 

Stem cells are the human body’s natural regenerative agents. They have the ability to develop into many specialised cell types including cartilage cells to regenerate and repair damaged tissues. The stem cells also stimulate the patient’s own cartilage cells to start growing.

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