BMAC Knee Surgery
BMAC (Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate) knee surgery is a state-of-the-art regenerative treatment offered at the London Cartilage Clinic. This innovative approach uses the patient’s own bone marrow cells to promote healing and regeneration in the knee, providing an effective solution for various knee conditions, including osteoarthritis and sports-related injuries.
The Process of BMAC Knee Surgery
The BMAC procedure involves harvesting bone marrow from the patient, concentrating the cells, and then injecting them into the knee joint. This process aims to harness the body’s natural healing abilities, encouraging tissue regeneration and reducing inflammation. The procedure is minimally invasive, performed under local anesthesia, and typically requires a short recovery period.
Advantages of BMAC Knee Surgery
BMAC knee surgery offers several benefits, including reduced recovery time compared to traditional knee surgeries, minimized pain and discomfort, and a lower risk of complications. The treatment is particularly beneficial for patients seeking an alternative to more invasive surgical procedures, and those looking to accelerate their recovery process.
Why Opt for BMAC Knee Surgery at London Cartilage Clinic?
At the London Cartilage Clinic, our expert team specializes in BMAC knee surgery, using advanced techniques and technology to ensure optimal results. Our personalized treatment plans are tailored to each patient’s unique needs, ensuring the best possible outcomes and a quicker return to daily activities and sports.
Frequently Asked Questions
BMAC knee surgery has shown promising results in improving knee function and reducing pain, particularly in conditions like osteoarthritis and ligament injuries. The effectiveness varies from patient to patient, with many experiencing significant improvement.
The procedure is minimally invasive and performed under local anesthesia, resulting in minimal pain and discomfort during and after the surgery.
Recovery time varies based on the individual’s condition and the extent of the treatment. However, patients typically experience a quicker recovery with BMAC knee surgery compared to traditional surgical procedures.