Bone Marrow Aspiration Cell Treatment


What is it?

There are growth factors and anti-inflammatory proteins found in bone marrow aspirate stem cell concentrate (BMAC), which have been proven to help repair both bone and soft tissue injuries, as well as decrease pain sensations associated with tendinitis and arthritis.

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What can I expect?

Before Treatment

  • The doctors and nurse practitioners will discuss your symptoms and any relevant imaging with you if your physician ordered consultation in regenerative medicine.
  • Additional imaging may be suggested if you don’t have current pictures of the injured region or the location of your pain, discomfort, or inability to move.
  • You will be helped with your plan for the operation and be ready for it if you’re a good candidate for regenerative medicine.
  • Before your visit, you’ll get a call from someone who can go over your current medicines, medical history, and any risks or concerns you may have.
  • If you have an illness or are receiving medicines for it, you should wait to have the operation done until you are no longer sick.
  • Allow yourself two weeks without anti-inflammatory medicines such as ibuprofen, naproxen, or aspirin.
  • Before the injection, do not use oral or injectable steroids.
  • Before discontinuing any medicine, speak with your doctor first.
  • If you’re pregnant, breastfeeding, or think you may be, please let the doctor know.
  • Please come 15 minutes early on the day of your operation to check-in and bring any previous imaging findings with you, as directed.
  • After the operation, you’ll need a ride home.

During Treatment

  • To collect, concentrate, and inject bone marrow aspirate concentrate into a wound, the procedure takes around 90 minutes.
  • You will be lying on a cushioned table while the stem cells are harvested. A local anesthetic will be used to clean and numb the back of your hip.
  • During this operation, a board-certified radiologist with specialized training takes bone marrow samples from the iliac crest, which is located near the rear of the pelvis.
  • Centrifuging the sample separates the platelets and stem cells from the rest of the sample’s components, generating a potent healing concentrate.
  • Imaging guidance is used to put the bone marrow concentrate, which contains both stem cells and healing components, precisely where they are needed in the damaged region.
  • A short time after injection, the stem cells allow the body’s healing response to kick in and repair damaged cells by releasing cellular growth factors.

After Treatment

  • After your procedure, the technologists will give you specific directions to follow, which you should do exactly as they say.
  • After the injection, you may feel “achy” or “tight” in the area that was injured. After a few days, the impact wears off as the body heals and repairs itself.
  • You should treat the injected region as if it were a fresh injury and treat it with caution.
  • For the first three months after surgery, refrain from using NSAIDs including ibuprofen, naproxen, and aspirin. These drugs may interfere with the body’s natural healing process, which is aided by the inflammation that occurs after an injection.
  • For three months after the injection, avoid using oral or injectable steroids.
  • For the next two weeks, avoid applying ice to the treated region.
  • For two weeks after your operation, avoid any intense activities to let the healing process go as smoothly as possible. As tolerated, the amount of activity may be increased.
  • Continue your regular day-to-day activities and moderate exercise after this time of relaxation.
  • A treatment that includes physical therapy is more likely to be successful.
  • After four to eight weeks, the majority of patients begin to see results. It’s not uncommon for patients to report feeling more stable and strong while reporting less pain.
  • After your procedure, you’ll need to make an appointment with the doctor to check in again.
  • Based on their damage, most patients just need a single treatment.
  • However, in difficult situations, a second injection may be required if relief is substantial but then plateaus.

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What are the risks?

As with any medical treatment, stem cell therapy has a small but real risk of problems or side effects. Even though it’s very rare, an injection may result in bleeding, worsening of pain, infection, or damage to the nerves. There is no danger of tissue rejection since your cells are used. Using musculoskeletal ultrasound guidance, physicians may precisely inject stem cells into damaged tissue during all stem cell treatments.

What is the cost?

Even though BMAC is a cutting-edge therapy option with a high rate of success, it is not a covered benefit. If this treatment is deemed medically unnecessary or experimental by the insurance company, you will be liable for all costs associated with it. There are implemented BMAC fees to make things easier for the patient. They are as follows:

  1. (One joint) Fee for Basic BMAC Preparation: Approximately $3,750.00
  2. (Two joint) Preparation Fee for a BMAC: $5,000.00 on average.


1. How long does the stem cell injection procedure take?

Using imaging guidance, the substance is injected into the treatment region the same day your bone marrow is harvested and condensed (ultrasound or X-ray). The whole process typically takes between 45 and 60 minutes to complete. Osteoarthritis and other painful joints are the most frequent orthopedic conditions treated with stem cells.

2. How is BMAC treatment done?

Many tissues in your body contain stem cells, but your bone marrow is the most abundant source. Bone marrow, fortunately, can be obtained reasonably easily and from a variety of bones throughout your body. The stem cells, platelets, and growth factors in your bone marrow will be concentrated in a special processing unit after being aspirated with a tiny needle puncture in your posterior iliac crest (pelvic bone). Injection of the concentrated solution will be done using a clean, sterile syringe and administered directly into the affected region.

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Dr. Ramit Kamate is a Reproductive Medicine Consultant and Sexologist with experience of 12+ years. He specialises in Sexual Medicine for male and female, Fertility Treatment, Pre and Post Delivery Care, Normal Vaginal Delivery (NVD), Tubectomy/Tubal Ligation, Natural Cycle IVF, MTP.

Dr. Ramit Kamate finished MBBS from B J Medical College, Pune. He pursued Masters’s In Reproductive Medicine from Hamilton University, UK & IBCME Dubai. Completed Fellowship in Cosmetic Gynaecology and Sexual Medicine from USA.

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