Regenerative Medicine treatments are cutting-edge treatments worldwide with various studies and research that demonstrate their effectiveness.
Like everything in Medicine, nothing is 100% effective. However, we have a high probability that the various treatments that Regenecare offers will work and improve the health and quality of life of our patients.
In tendinopathy treatments we have an effectiveness rate of over 90%. In the treatments for joint pain we have an effectiveness rate of around 80%. In cases of aesthetic treatments, effectiveness is in relation to patient satisfaction.
Regarding the treatment of ulcers in the lower limbs, we have an effectiveness ratio between 80 and 90% and in the treatments against erectile dysfunction, Regenecare has an effectiveness rate higher than 70%.
All patients are different, but at Regenecare our patients receive individual and comprehensive treatments based on the goals previously set between between the Consultant and the patient. In certain cases multiple treatment sessions may be needed.
The ethos of our regenerative treatments is to initiate self-healing and therefore it is not a quick fix. It will take at least a month to start noticing a difference from less pain to a better range of movement to no pain while sleeping to resuming activities or movements that were not possible before. In some cases, it may take 6-9 months to see significant improvements.
- Joint procedure: If there is more minimal cartilage loss, low impact activities would be encouraged immediately after the procedure. Full high impact activities would be expected at 4-6 weeks.
- Partial tendon/ligament/muscle tear: Low impact activities would be encouraged immediately after the procedure. Full high impact activities would be expected at 4-6 weeks.
- Aesthetic treatments: It depends on the treatment, but usually you can return to your activities immediately with the respective indications and care.
All regenerative treatments are day case procedures and depending on the treatment protocol decided by your consultant it should take you between 1 to 2 and a half hours from the time you walk in.
Preferably you need to come with someone to help and although you will be physically able to drive it is always preferable for safety reasons to be driven back home after the procedure.
Not necessarily, you can book an appointment directly by calling us at Regenecare but you will need to bring in any scans and investigations done. We will take it from there.
Only local anaesthesia is used and you will be fully conscious of the full treatment.
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We have a complication rate of less than 1%. Potential complications can be infections, bleeding, and pain. Other types of complications are extremely rare.
All treatments at Regenecare pain management clinic are done under local anesthetics ONLY, no fasting is needed and you will be fully conscious. You must be well hydrated on the day.
It is suggested if the patient needs it. In general, we always try to look at more than one injured part. As a result, it is highly likely that we will recommend other types of conservative care to restore normal biomechanics. This can include physical therapy, different types of myofascial release, or specific home exercises.
In our clinic, Regenerative treatments are used as part of our Pain management protocols. Pain management treatments may be fully or partly covered by private medical insurance and you may also claim back part of the consultation fees, ask the receptionist for more details.
Stem cell therapy is a non-invasive, symptom modifying treatment with minimal recovery time and the least recorded side effects. Alternatively, knee replacement surgery is a major procedure with a minimum of 6 months recovery time, possible serious complications, and persistent postoperative pain.
Even with successful knee replacement surgeries, the patient will always be left with an impaired range of movement.
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