Recovery without surgery.
Regenerative treatments harness your body's natural healing mechanisms to help you move toward a pain-free future.
What is Regenerative Medicine?
After an injury the body instinctively defends against infection and further injury, and activates healing processes. Regenerative medicine amplifies this natural response to restore function in damaged tissues and organs.
Regenerative medicine is a rapidly advancing field with treatments that involve the use of a variety of techniques, like tissue engineering and cell therapy, as well as a range of biological materials.
Regenerative Medicine at Hudson Life
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is a minimally-invasive procedure that promotes the body’s natural repair process in response to injury. Extracted from a patient’s own blood sample, this minimally-invasive injection contains platelets and growth factors that facilitate quicker healing.
Bone marrow concentrate therapy is a procedure in which bone marrow concentrate is implanted into damaged or diseased tissue to promote regeneration and repair. Bone marrow concentrate consists of undifferentiated cells in the human body with the ability to mature into various cell types such as blood cells, cartilage cells, and repair cells. The bone marrow concentrate (which contains stem cells) can be manipulated to differentiate specifically into bone or cartilage cells. They also promote the regeneration of native bone cells.
Here at Hudson, we have years of experience using this modality to treat degenerative joint and spinal conditions. As opposed to other clinics, our processing is enacted in a sterile laboratory using the highest safety and efficacy standards.
Placental Matrix injections replace the body’s damaged or missing connective tissue at the site of injury with donor-derived tissue.
The Hudson Difference
The 60-minute baseline consultation is not covered by insurance, but we can provide a superbill for you to submit to your insurance carrier after your visit.
Recovery timelines vary by patient and procedure. Our medical staff will provide recovery guidelines and expectations before your procedure.