Multi Treatment Approach for Severe Hip Osteoarthritis
Here we are presenting a severe Hip Osteoarthritis case study of a patient who is 67-years old and was diagnosed with severe osteoarthritis of his right hip, bone on bone, and was told he needed a hip replacement by two orthopedic surgeons.
Hip Osteoarthritis Treatment
It was not relieved with physical therapy or cortisone injections. Over a year ago, we treated him with a PRP BMAC fat graft, stem cell treatment, and then we have been following him every six months with maintenance treatments with PRP.
Why This Is Important?
The patient plays golf and softball and it has been affecting his ability to do so.
He comes in today telling us that his life is back to normal. He has almost no pain. He walked and hiked the Grand Canyon while he was on vacation a few months ago. He is back to playing golf and softball.
This case helps to demonstrate the powerful anti-inflammatory effects and pain-relieving effects of the various orthobiologic therapies available to treat pain like severe Hip Osteoarthritis.
Learn more about the three key pain treatments used to get this patient back to the things he enjoys.
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Website case studies are provided for educational and evaluational purposes of the available treatments offered by our office. It is important to note that although Dr. E. Magaziner has a high rate of success treating patients, there is no guarantee of a positive outcome given the variables relative to each case and individual being treated.