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Orthopaedic Specialists Of Austin - Texas Institute - For Hip And Knee Surgery
Scientists and doctors have made tremendous advances to make tissue regeneration a reality in treating many diseases. Through regenerative medicine a person can take advantage of their body's ability to heal itself by using the healthy adult stem cells that can be found throughout the body.
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Attention Medicare Patients Needing Hip or Knee Surgery

The Texas Institute for Hip & Knee Surgery, in alignment with Orthopaedic Specialists of Austin, strives to explore the most innovative and minimally invasive treatments available for hips and knees. With multiple ongoing clinical research projects, Dr. David Dodgin and Dr. E. Matthew Heinrich are in tune with the latest and most effective technologies and techniques on the market today. Here, at the Texas Institute for Hip & Knee Surgery, we recognize importance of clinical research in order to ensure the sustainability of medical advancements throughout the World for generations to come. Our patients have the unique opportunity to directly support this mission while gaining a deep understanding of their own progress after their surgical procedure.
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WHAT IS A STEM CELL PROCEDURE?

A regenerative cell procedure harnesses and amplifies the body's natural mechanism for healing (and anti-inflammation). This mechanism uses adult autologous stem cells derived from your own bone marrow.

In the procedure, the physician will aspirate bone marrow from your hip, concentrate, then apply the concentrate to the injury site of the knee. In all, the process takes less than 45 minutes.

Because your therapy will utilize a concentrated preparation of your own cells, the procedure is considered "autologous point-of-care". The procedure is fast, and in most cases can be completed with moderate sedation.

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Oxford Partial Knee Replacement

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