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Hip Pain and Hip Conditions

Regenerative Therapy: Relieve Hip Pain Without Surgery in Dallas and Fort Worth, TX Area
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Do you suffer from pain due to any of the following hip conditions?

  • Hip Pain
  • Labrum Tear
  • Hip Osteoarthritis
  • Hip Degeneration
  • Hip Bursitis

Hip Pain

Hip pain is a common problem that affects many people, making it difficult to walk, stand, sit, and even sleep comfortably. Hip pain has many causes, making it essential to be evaluated properly to find the true cause. There are many conditions that can cause hip pain, including osteoarthritis, bursitis, tendonitis, and osteonecrosis.

At Atlas Medical Center, our medical providers have extensive experience in relieving hip pain without surgery. Our medical providers use one or more of the following procedures: PRP, Bone marrow derived stem cells, advanced laser therapy, and physiotherapy to help reduce inflammation and enhance the body’s own natural healing ability.  Ultimately our goal is to relieve hip pain by reducing inflammation and promoting healing of the tissues in and around your hip joint.

Labrum Tear

A Labral tear can be caused from many different ways. Sports injuries are the main cause of labrum tears. The outermost part of the labrum attaches directly to the tendon, so 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 strain on the hip or a direct blow or sudden pull. Furthermore, a labrum tear can result from degradation of the cartilage from overuse, repetitive motion and a dislocated hip. There are cases when surgery is indicated.

If you are suffering from a labrum tear, Atlas’ Program may be an alternative to cortisone injections and/or surgery. Regenerative therapies along with physiotherapies may help relieve pain, and have the potential to help accelerate your recovery; therefore, allowing you to get back to the activities you once enjoyed.

Hip Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis of the hip results from years of wear and tear. Cartilage provides a buffer in the joint between the bones to allow smooth, easy movement. Over time, this cartilage begins to break down and become brittle. Without enough cartilage to protect the bones from rubbing together and causing damage, this friction leads to swelling and painful inflammation. Ultimately, stiffness and soreness can limit mobility and make moving the joint very painful.

Traditionally, hip pain has been difficult to relieve, with pain medications, steroid injections, or even surgery being the only possible treatment options. Fortunately, Atlas’ Program makes it possible to help relieve osteoarthritis hip pain naturally.

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Hip Pain Due to Degeneration

The hips are often the most used joint in the body and over time take a lot of wear and tear. Hip degeneration is a condition that usually develops and worsens over a long period of time and with the aging process. Some may not notice any symptoms in the first stages, and then they may appear suddenly. When the cartilage protecting and surrounding the hip bones begin to wear down, those bones can begin to rub together. This friction between the bones eventually causes severe pain, inflammation, and swelling. It may cause stiffness, limit the joint’s range of motion, or even lead to the development of bone spurs.

Our non-surgical program may help relieve your hip pain without prescription medications, steroid injections or surgery. Call our office to schedule a consultation today.

Hip Bursitis

Inside the larger joints of the body are small, fluid-filled sacs called bursae that provide cushioning between muscles, bones and tissues, allowing them to move smoothly without friction. Bursitis is a condition involving the inflammation of one or more of these bursae. It can occur within the hip joints, causing mild to severe pain and stiffness, while making movement uncomfortable.

Therapies for bursitis should first reduce the inflammation that is causing the pain and stiffness in the hip joint. Atlas’ Program for hip bursitis is comprised of in-office procedures used to safely alleviate your bursitis hip pain by aiding in relieving the inflammation and the pain causing the bursitis.

Atlas’ Program: Relief from Chronic Hip Pain

Since 2001, at Atlas Medical Center we have been helping patients get relief from chronic hip pain even after conventional treatments such as pain medications, cortisone injections, physical therapy and surgery have failed. Atlas’ unique Program is customized depending on your age, health, diagnosis and severity of your condition. The program may include one or more of the following procedures: Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy, bone marrow derived stem cell therapy, Advanced Cold Laser Therapy, and Physiotherapy. The integration of therapies allows us to help accelerate the healing process by enhancing the body’s own ability to heal, repair and regenerate naturally.  Our goal is to relieve pain, inflammation, and improve mobility and function to the injured area.  Unlike therapies that simply just mask the pain and are temporary; regenerative therapies have the potential to have more sustainable results.   In addition, our skilled and experienced Medical providers will perform injections under ultrasound guidance leaving you confident that they are being injected into the TARGETED area— which allows for the greatest chance for success!

Are you suffering from Chronic Hip Pain? Call us at (214) 596-1051 or click below to schedule your FREE consultation with our medical providers!

General Research: Regenerative Medicine and Hip Pain

Published: Clinical Orthop Surg. 2016 March; 8(1): 1-8.
 Authors: Hernigou P, Trousselier M, Roubineau F, et al.
Summary
This is a systemic review of the medical literature to examine the progress of mesenchymal stem cell therapy over the past thirty years for the treatment of early stage osteonecrosis in the hip.
Published: Clinical Med Insights Case Rep. 2018 August 10.
 Authors: Darrow Marc, Shaw Brent, Darrow Brittany and Wisz Stevie.
Summary
Four hip OA patients each had four bone marrow concentrate injections. On average, the last follow-up was administered 3.5 months after the first injection. The results of the case series indicate that patients experienced decreased resting and active pain and had an overall 72.4% improvement. Patients also reported less difficulty with activities of daily living following the procedure.
Published: PM R. 2018 Dec; 10(12):1353-1359.
 Authors: Rodriguez-Fontan Francisco, Piuzzi Nicolas, Kraeutler Matthew, Pascual-Garrido Cecilia.
Summary
Nineteen patients totaling 25 joints (10 knees, 15 hips) were treated with intra-articular bone marrow concentrate for early OA between 2014 and 2016. The mean age was 58 years old. It was concluded that treatment with bone marrow concentrate (which is a mesenchymal stem cell therapy) of early knee or hip OA were safe and demonstrated satisfactory results in 63.2% of patients.
Published: BMC Musculoskeletal Disorder. 2109 Sep 5:20(1):410.
 Authors: Yohei Tomaru, Tomokazu Yoshioka et al.
Summary
A retrospective study concluded that concentrated autologous bone marrow aspirate can be used as a joint preserving treatment for Osteonecrosis of the femoral head.

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