Stem cell procedures for hip arthritis can not only provide pain relief, but also delay or avoid the need for a hip replacement!
Beverly HIlls, California (PRWEB) June 09, 2014
The top stem cell doctor in Beverly Hills and Los Angeles at Beverly Hills Orthopedic Institute are now offering stem cell procedures for hip arthritis. The stem cell therapy typically provides pain relief along with being able to delay or avoid the need for joint replacement. Call (310) 438-5343 for more information and scheduling.
Dr. Raj, Medical Director at Beverly Hills Orthopedic Institute, is a Double Board Certified orthopedic doctor who has been a pioneer in stem cell therapy for musculoskeletal conditions. Several types of stem cell procedures are offered including bone marrow derived along with amniotic derived procedures.
For the bone marrow stem cell procedures, a short outpatient procedure involves harvesting bone marrow from the patient's iliac crest. The stem cells are immediately processed to concentrate the growth factors and cells, and then they are injected into the hip for pain relief and tissue regeneration.
For the amniotic derived procedures, the fluid is obtained from consenting donors after a scheduled c-section procedure. There is no fetal tissue utilized, and the fluid is processed at an FDA regulated laboratory. An immense amount of stem cells, growth factors and hyaluronic acid are present in the amniotic material.
Dr. Raj has performed a significant amount of stem cell procedures utilizing both methods for hip arthritis, with the results being stellar to date. Being Double Board Certified and a sports medicine expert, Dr. Raj also offers stem cell procedures for sports injuries such as tendonitis and ligament injuries. This includes rotator cuff tendonitis, knee injuries, elbow tendonitis and more.
Beverly Hills Orthopedic Institute is the premier stem cell clinic in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills. Dr. Raj is an ABC News Medical Correspondent and a WebMD Medical Expert. For information on how stem cell therapy can help, call Beverly Hills Orthopedic Institute at (310) 438-5343.