Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative treatments like PRP therapy and bone marrow concentrate therapy harness your body's natural healing capabilities.

Stimulate tissue regeneration and accelerate healing.

Regenerative Medicine at Hudson

Since 2010 we have treated over 2500 regenerative medicine cases. 
At Hudson Medical, we understand the immense potential of Regenerative Medicine and are committed to staying at the forefront of regenerative research and procedural advancements. 
The minimally-invasive nature of our regenerative treatments alleviate pain, restore mobility and set you on a smoother road to recovery. And to ensure precision during every treatment, our regenerative specialists use cutting-edge protocols and high high-resolution ultrasound and X-ray fluoroscopy technology.
Hudson Health's regenerative medicine and PRP therapy specialist explaining a procedure to patients.

What is Regenerative Medicine?

Regenerative medicine taps into the body’s natural ability to self-heal. When injured or invaded by disease, our bodies instinctively begin to heal and defend. So, regenerative treatments harness these self-healing powers to restore function to damaged tissues and organs.
These reparative procedures transcend the limitations of the body’s structure by extracting healing cells from either blood (for platelet-rich plasma treatment) or bone marrow (for stem cell treatment). After the extraction, the products are then processed, concentrated, and injected directly into the injured site on the body to boost the healing process.

Types of Regenerative Treatments

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is a minimally-invasive procedure that promotes the body’s natural repair process in response to injury. While platelets are most commonly known for their blood clotting properties, they are also natural sources of growth factors, proteins, and other products that can help kick-start the body’s repair process in degenerative or injured tissue.

By re-administering concentrated from your own body, PRP therapy stimulate the body’s own healing response to treat acute injury, inflammation, or chronic degenerative disease. If you're looking for an alternative to surgery, PRP is a minimally-invasive option that treats the source of your pain and promotes restoration.

Good candidate for PRP treatments include anyone living with chronic joint or back pain. You should also consider PRP if you are recovering from a soft tissue injury (i.e. to the muscles, ligaments, or tendons).

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Bone marrow concentrate therapy (BMAC) is a procedure in which concentrated bone marrow is implanted into damaged or diseased tissue to promote regeneration.

Bone marrow concentrate consists of undifferentiated cells in the human body with the ability to mature into various cell types such as blood cells, cartilage cells, and repair cells. The bone marrow concentrate (which contains stem cells) can be manipulated to differentiate specifically into bone or cartilage cells.

Here at Hudson, we use autologous bone marrow samples, meaning that the bone marrow sample is from your own body. And on the day of the procedure, we take a bone marrow sample from your hip, concentrate the sample, and re-inject the concentrate into the damaged area along with growth factors and healing factors from the your blood to support your body’s natural healing process.

Improvements following procedures should become apparent within 1-3 months, but please note that it may take as long as 6-9 months.

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Other forms of advanced cellular therapies are available with our overseas partners. Contact concierge@hudson.health to learn more.

Regenerative Research

These treatment protocols are for research purposes only.
With their ability to fluidly deliver information to cells, exosomes have the potential to influence the healing process of a damaged cell.  Exosomes for therapy are derived from Mesenchymal Stem Cells, which include growth factors and microRNA, catalyze tissue regeneration and support the modulation of immunity in cells. Exosomes are intended for research purposes only. 

Placental Matrix is a procedure that administers Extracellular Matrix (ECM) derived from a placental source as a replacement for damaged or missing connective tissue. The ECM is the interconnected system of Collagens, Growth Factors, and Bioactive molecules that provides the structural foundation for our body’s tissues and biochemical support to the surrounding cells. Please note: placental matrix is intended for research purposes only.

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Regenerative Medicine Education

Interested in learning more about our approach to regenerative medicine? You can review our other regenerative protocols here.

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