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Regenerative Medicine Cost

Receiving regenerative medicine treatments can offer many benefits. It can help restore damaged tissues and regenerate new cells among others. During these non-surgical procedures, regenerative cells are injected to the affected part of the body.

The pricing of regenerative medicine can vary based on the complexity of the procedures. Individuals who have some medical conditions may have to undergo more tests and procedures before receiving the required injections.

What Are The Costs of Regenerative Medicine and Cellular Therapy?

Regenerative medicine and cell injections can sometimes be costly because of the multiple procedures that a patient needs to go through. Apart from the administration of cell injection, the doctor has to perform diagnosis, find adult cells, conduct post-treatment monitoring, and more.

There are also instances wherein an injection may have to be performed again as each body reacts differently to certain regenerative medicine treatments. Usually, one injection is enough but some cases may require two or more cellular injections. Our procedures range in price from $1,200 to $7,000 or possibly even more.

Can Insurance Companies Cover Regenerative Medicine Costs?

All insurance companies do not cover regenerative medicine costs, but hat may change at some point in the future. 

What Diseases and Injuries Can Be Treated by Regenerative Medicine?

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Due to certain cells’ ability to influence cellular repair, researchers believe that cell injections have the potential to treat various diseases. At Boston Applied Biologics, we only treat orthopedic, joint, muscular, soft tissue, ligament and tendon disorders  If you have any of the conditions below, you may consider regenerative medicine.

  • Arthritis and Osteoarthritis

Arthritis develops when the cartilage that lines the joints deteriorates. It causes pain and limited function especially to the knees. Osteoarthritis is a common form of arthritis that can affect the joints in hands, knees, and hips.

  • Hip and Thigh Pain

Doctors use platelet-rich plasma therapy to treat hip and thigh pain. PRP treatment falls under the umbrella of regenerative medicine.

  • Ligament and Tendon Injuries

These injuries may be caused by an accident or a disease. Regenerative medicine can help treat ligament and tendon injuries through a cellular injection.

What Patients Should Ask Before Undergoing Regenerative Medicine Treatment

Since regenerative medicine is still considered a new treatment, most patients have limited information. Here are some questions that a patient should ask before deciding to go forward with regenerative medicine:

  • Ask About the Procedures Involved in Regenerative Medicine

Consider asking about the specific regenerative medicine procedure so that you would know what to expect, and can prepare for the therapy. Questions about the benefits and effects of regenerative medicine should also be asked.

  • Ask About the Clinic’s Steps in Ensuring the Patient’s Safety

It is important to know if the clinic is prepared in case of any emergencies during regenerative medicine treatments.

  • Ask About the Pricing of Regenerative Medicine

The cost of regenerative medicine should be clear to the patient. If you are quoted a specific amount, ask what it covers. You can also inquire if the clinic offers payment plans for these types of treatments.

What to Expect During and After Regenerative Medicine Therapies

Normally, a cellular injection takes about two to three hours. Here’s a closer look at some of the procedures that fall under regenerative medicine.

  • Conditioning of the Patient

Patients can be mildly sedated to help them relax before and during the injection. Prior to this, the doctors may perform tests including X-rays or MRI’s to ensure that the patient received the appropriate treatment and that the patient’s body is ready for treatment.

  • Harvesting of Cells

The doctor harvests the cells of the patient from the bone marrow in the hip bone. In harvesting cells, no general anesthesia is used but local anesthesia is used to used to ensure the procedure is mainly painless.

Blood may also be collected from the patient’s peripheral vein and then spun down into Platelet Rich Plasma or PRP. 

  • Performing the Injections

Commonly the concentrated bone marrow aspirate cells and the PRP are injected into the affected area of the patient’s body such as knees, hips, and, shoulders. Cellular injections and all other treatments are done very carefully to ensure the patient’s safety. 

  • Returning to Normal Daily Routines

The entire procedure for this regenerative medicine treatment is concluded within two to three hours. After the cell injection, the patient should be able to comfortably move on his or her own.

  • Setting a Follow-Up Appointment

After more or less than a month, the patient needs to do a follow-up appointment to make sure that the injection is successful. The doctor may also do another PRP injection to enhance the regenerative effects and healing process of the treatment. 

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Is Regenerative Medicine Right For You?

Some people may consider regenerative medicine treatments experimental. However, various research and clinical studies show that these types of regenerative cell treatments can provide excellent relief from musculoskeletal pain and ongoing inflammation.

Are the Costs of Cellular Injections Worth It?

Today, questions about the cost of regenerative medicine in the future have come up. Cell-based therapies are now evolving as the science becomes clearer. With this, there is always a possibility that regenerative medicine may be cheaper at some point in the future than they are today.

Learn More About Regenerative Medicine

If you want to learn more about regenerative medicine and the pricing of cellular injections, reach out to Boston Applied Biologics. Our cell therapies harness your body’s ability to heal itself. We provide regenerative medicine for orthopedic, joint, muscular, soft tissue, ligament and tendon disorders. Our medical director may also other regenerative medicine procedures to accompany our injections like platelet rich plasma.

What Our Patients Say About Our Work

Many of our patients who received regenerative medicine treatments often say that the pain they’re feeling has significantly decreased. Call us and set up an appointment to try our effective non-surgical treatments today!

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