Using some of the world’s most advanced treatments, including stem cell and platelet rich plasma, our aim is to provide you with innovative and where possible non-surgical treatments.
Watch one of our patient’s story on a journey through her treatment.
Watch one of our patient’s story on a journey through his treatment.
Our expert team specialises in treating orthopaedic injuries, sports injuries, arthritis and other degenerative conditions using advanced non-surgical techniques including stem cell therapy, Lipogems® adipose tissue transfer and platelet rich plasma therapy.
All of our specialists are renowned in their field and include orthopaedic surgeons, plastic and reconstructive surgeons, consultant anaesthetists and radiographers who work together to ensure our patients receive the highest standards of care and the best treatment possible.
Although we are able to offer conventional surgery, the team at The Regenerative Clinic focuses on minimally invasive non-surgical procedures which encourage your body to heal itself. Our aim is reduce pain, improve mobility and repair damaged tissue with minimal risk and inconvenience to our patients.
As well as our clinic in Harley Street, London, we have clinics across the country.
We are the official UK training centre for Lipogems® adipose tissue therapy and teach other specialists how to use this pioneering new treatment for pain and inflammation.
Lipogems® is a new minimally invasive treatment that harnesses natural repair cells removed from your own body fat to target problems affecting the tendons, ligaments, joints and muscles, including osteoarthritis. It has already helped over 30,000 patients worldwide and has simply life changing results.
PRP is an effective and well-researched treatment. If you are currently in rehabilitation or being treated for a sports injury PRP may be extremely effective as it supports your body’s self-healing processes by using your own cells. The treatment reduces pain and can help you get back to normal activity levels quickly.
The temporary mechanical unloading of the knee joint has been shown to cause the cartilage in the knee to regenerate. Improvements in the symptoms of arthritis last for up to 9 years in some with over 80% of the patients satisfied with sustained clinical benefit.
Advantage: Cheaper than total knee replacement, less risky, patient keeps their own joint and delays total knee replacement