The hip is a ball and socket joint that can be afflicted with a variety of painful and debilitating conditions. These conditions include degenerative arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, osteonecrosis, bursitis, and labral tears. Hip arthritis is one of the most common and debilitating conditions which affect mobility and quality of life for millions of people. Total hip replacement, traditionally the mainstay of treatment for advanced hip arthritis, carries with it the risks of major invasive surgery, as well as a lengthy recovery and rehabilitation period.
Utilizing the groundbreaking advancements of regenerative therapies and regenerative medicine, many hip problems can now be dealt with in an effective, minimally invasive fashion which avoids the risk and recovery of major surgery.