Hip Labral Tear Recovery Without Surgery
How Does Regenexx Work?
At Regenexx, we invented a new approach to orthopedic care we call Interventional Orthopedics. This minimally invasive alternative to hip surgery involves the use of image guidance technology to precisely inject your own bone marrow concentrate — which contains stems cells — directly where it’s needed to repair damaged tissue in the hip joint structure.2-3
The cells in your bone marrow concentrate work at the site of your injury to promote the growth of new, healthy tissue that aids in the stabilization of your hip joint for better function and mobility.4Am I a candidate?
See how Regenexx helped Ryan with his torn labrum to get back to playing Division I college soccer.
Note: Like all medical procedures, Regenexx procedures have success and failure rates. Not all patients will experience the same results.
Regenexx Procedures for Hip Tendon Tears
During appointments, Regenexx physicians examine your body in motion and may use ultrasound to observe the inner workings of the hip in real time. This gives them a more accurate picture of what’s contributing to your pain, how function is affected, and the root cause of the problem.
Once you’ve been evaluated, your physician will customize a treatment plan based on your specific needs. Our treatments include:
Regenexx-SD: a patented protocol using bone marrow concentrate that contains stem cells
Regenexx-SCP: a proprietary formulation of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) that’s more concentrated than what a basic bedside centrifuge can produce
Regenexx-PL: platelet lysate, which is a highly specialized derivative of platelet-rich plasma (PRP)
We maintain an active national registry to track patients’ progress and/or side effects after procedures. Regenexx hip injury patients report:
BEFORE and AFTER Procedure MRI Images
Take a look at the outcomes of a patient who chose to have a Regenexx procedure instead of surgery.
Scroll to the right to see the MRI of the hip before treatment and to the left to see the outcome. The BEFORE image shows a torn labrum (the triangle-shape space inside the dashed yellow circle). Once treated, the area as seen on the AFTER image will be almost uniformly dark, indicating no tear or a significantly improved tear.
Patient 1 MRI
Patient 2 MRI
Get started to see if you are a Regenexx candidate
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We will provide information to help you decide whether you want to schedule an evaluation with a Regenexx Physician.
Insurance typically covers evaluations and diagnostic testing (if recommended). Most insurance plans currently do not cover Regenexx Procedures.