Lipogems® a pioneering new treatment for pain and inflammation

Don’t operate, rejuvenate.
Get back to an active lifestyle
with minimal downtime

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Lipogems Therapy
a new alternative to
Orthopaedic Surgery

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Street experts and
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Lipogems®: a pioneering new treatment for pain and inflammation 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.

Untreated, these conditions can cause debilitating pain, even when carrying out normal everyday tasks. The Lipogems® procedure may, in some cases, be an appropriate medical alternative to orthopaedic surgery. And even when surgery is necessary, Lipogems® may still be beneficial in improving post-operative healing.

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How does it work?

More than20,000 procedures performed
worldwide to date.

Fully CE Marked
& FDA Approved

Clinical Evidence

Evidence & Testimonials

All our treatments are highly effective and have been extensively researched. Please click here to see a selection of just some of the clinical papers for more information or read our patient testimonials. To find out how the treatment could help you why not make an appointment with our multidisciplinary team or call 0330 2233332 for more information.

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Meet The Lipogem® Experts

About Us

The expert team at The Regenerative Clinic is made up of a strong group of clinicians each renowned specialists in their respective fields. Our orthopaedic specialists, plastic surgeons, anaesthetists and radiographers, work together to ensure the very best treatment possible for our patients. Clinics and treatment facilities are available in Harley Street, London where the team are supported by an excellent group of nurses and technicians.

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Latest News

Jack Nicklaus has Stem Cell treatment

3rd May 2018
The retired American golfer Jack Nicklaus claims to have mastered his chronic back pain after receiving several experimental injections of his own stem cells.

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