Regenerative Medicine For Labrum Tears
A hip labral tear involves the ring of cartilage that follows the outside rim of the socket of your hip joint.
Labrum tear is caused by many different ways. Sports injuries are the main cause of labrum tears. The reason is, the outermost part of the labrum attaches directly to the tendon. So the athletes who use a lot of force and motion such as weightlifters, golfers, and baseball pitchers are at high risk of this type of injury.
Traumatic injury is the most common cause of a tear. Traumatic injury may result from a situation such as falling in a manner that puts a strain on the hip or a direct blow or sudden pull. Furthermore, labrum tear can result from degradation of the cartilage from overuse, repetitive motion, and a dislocated hip.
If you are suffering from labrum tear, you can visit us for a painless alternative to cortisone injections and/or surgery. After undergoing our procedure it will take you a very short time to recover. Our procedure for labrum tears includes amniotic regenerative cell therapy. This procedure reduces the risk associated with traditional surgery and treats the underlying damage causing the pain. These cells accelerate the healing process by making the conditions in the affected area more conducive to repair and stimulating the movement of regenerative cells towards the site of inflammation.