Bone Marrow Aspirate Injections

Research has shown that fluid taken from bone marrow contains stem cells that may help in healing bone and joint conditions.  Bone marrow aspirate begins by using a needle to remove a small amount of bone marrow.  The bone marrow is spun down in a centrifuge to seperate the cells.  From this process a liquid is produced containing a high concentration of stem cells.  The stem cells are injected directly into the injured site to promote healing.