BMAC Injection

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BMAC (Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate) injection is an advanced regenerative therapy offered at the London Cartilage Clinic. This cutting-edge treatment utilizes the healing properties of the patient's own bone marrow cells to treat various knee conditions, including osteoarthritis, sports injuries, and cartilage damage. BMAC injections are minimally invasive and provide a promising alternative to more extensive knee surgeries.

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How Does BMAC Injection Work?

BMAC injections involve extracting bone marrow from the patient, concentrating the beneficial cells, and then injecting them into the affected knee area. This process harnesses the body’s natural healing capabilities, promoting tissue regeneration and reducing inflammation in the knee joint. The procedure is performed under precise guidance, maximizing therapeutic benefits and patient comfort.

Benefits of BMAC Injection for Knee Pain

The primary benefits of BMAC injection include pain relief, improved joint function, and a quicker return to normal activities. Unlike traditional surgical options, BMAC injections are minimally invasive, with a lower risk of complications and a faster recovery time. This therapy is particularly effective for degenerative knee conditions and for patients seeking a less invasive treatment option.

Why Choose London Cartilage Clinic for BMAC Injection?

At the London Cartilage Clinic, we specialize in BMAC injections, utilizing the latest advancements in regenerative medicine to provide the best possible outcomes. Our expert team, led by experienced practitioners, ensures that each procedure is tailored to the individual needs of our patients, offering a personalized approach to knee pain treatment.

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Frequently Asked Questions

BMAC injections are effective in treating a range of knee conditions, including osteoarthritis, sports-related injuries, and cartilage degeneration.

Patients typically experience minimal discomfort during the BMAC injection procedure. Local anesthesia is used to ensure patient comfort.

Results can vary, but many patients report improvement in pain and mobility within a few weeks of the treatment. The full benefits of the injection may continue to develop over several months.

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