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Regenerative orthopedics refers to a set of medical procedures that aim to restore the body's natural ability to heal and regenerate damaged tissues. This approach uses various techniques such as platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy, stem cell therapy, and prolotherapy. These treatments work by using the body's own healing mechanisms to repair damaged tissues and promote new tissue growth. Regenerative orthopedics can be used to treat a wide range of conditions such as osteoarthritis, tendonitis, and ligament injuries.

Joint-preserving orthopedics refers to a set of surgical techniques that aim to preserve the natural anatomy and function of joints, rather than replacing them with artificial implants. This approach is particularly important for younger patients who want to maintain an active lifestyle and avoid the long-term risks associated with joint replacement surgery. Joint-preserving techniques include osteotomy, cartilage repair, and ligament reconstruction.

Osteotomy is a surgical procedure that involves cutting and reshaping the bone to relieve pressure on a damaged joint. This technique can be used to treat conditions such as knee osteoarthritis, where the joint surfaces are damaged, but the joint is still stable. Osteotomy can help to shift the weight-bearing load away from the damaged area, thus reducing pain and improving joint function.

Cartilage repair techniques aim to restore damaged or lost cartilage tissue in the joint. Cartilage is a crucial component of the joint, as it provides a smooth surface for bones to glide over, and acts as a shock absorber. There are several techniques for cartilage repair, including microfracture, mosaicplasty, and autologous chondrocyte implantation (ACI). Ligament reconstruction is a surgical procedure that involves repairing or replacing a damaged ligament in the joint. Ligaments are tough bands of tissue that connect bones to each other and provide stability to the joint. Ligament injuries are common in athletes and can lead to joint instability and pain. Ligament reconstruction can help to restore joint stability and improve function.

In regenerative and joint-preserving orthopedics are important approaches in the field of orthopedics. They offer patients a range of treatment options that aim to preserve joint health and function, while avoiding the risks associated with joint. If you are experiencing joint pain or have a musculoskeletal condition, talk to our orthopedic specialist at MMM hospital about these treatment options.