1. Understanding the Pelvis

    At Greater Austin Regenerative Medicine & Wellness, we perform bone marrow aspiration by drawing undifferentiated cells from the pelvis. The marrow in the pelvis is a plentiful reservoir of regenerative cells, and the aspiration procedure is fairly to completely painless. We often get questions about why the pelvis is the best spot for the procedure, and we’ll gladly explain the reasoning be…Read More

  2. Bone Marrow Biopsy Vs Aspiration

    It’s very likely that you’ve heard of a bone marrow biopsy before, but perhaps not bone marrow aspiration. While both involve the bone marrow, their purposes are quite different. At Greater Austin Regenerative Medicine & Wellness, we specialize in aspiration for stem cell therapy, but we want to make sure that every patient or person who contacts us understands the difference between a bio…Read More

  3. Aspiration and Therapy for Impingement Syndrome

    Impingement syndrome is a condition that affects more than 200,000 people per year in the United States, yet unless you have a medical professional examine your shoulder, you could be unsure what is causing pain every time you lift your arm or throw a ball. At Greater Austin Regenerative Medicine & Wellness, we can thoroughly examine your shoulder and test for impingement syndrome, and if that…Read More

  4. Aspiration for Your Hip and Knee Problems

    If you work in a job that puts a lot of stress on your joints, notably your hips and knees, it can become tougher each year to do your job effectively. Jobs that require manual labor and heavy lifting, such as construction, can take quite a toll on your body. If you’re feeling like your body is breaking down, and you have sharp pains in your knees or hips when lifting a heavy object, it’s impo…Read More

  5. The Benefits of BMAC (Infographic)

    At Greater Austin Regenerative Medicine & Wellness, we offer bone marrow aspiration concentrate (BMAC) treatment for a number of orthopedic and sports-related injuries. In the infographic below, you can see the process and benefits of BMAC, and better understand how and why these treatments can be beneficial for those suffering from hip, knee, or any other type of pain. If you're looking for a…Read More

  6. Can BMAC Help Your Tennis Elbow?

    Tennis elbow was named as such due to being frequently found in those who played tennis, but it can affect many others who play other sports or use their arms for manual labor. The scientific term for the condition, lateral epicondylitis, describes the inflammation of the tendons that join the forearm muscles on the outside of the elbow; therefore, the outside of the elbow is where pain is felt th…Read More

  7. Treatment for Foot and Ankle Pain

    We wrote previously about our bone marrow aspiration process, and how it can be used to repair and regenerate damaged tissue in the body. While a general overview can be useful to those searching for more information on the procedure, there are those who are looking for effective treatment for a specific injury or chronic pain in a specific part of their body. One such part that can benefit fr…Read More

  8. Bone Marrow Aspiration Process

    If you’ve heard about bone marrow aspiration before, but you’re unsure what it means or what treatments it can be used for, the team at Greater Austin Regenerative Medicine & Wellness is here to answer your questions. There are various opinions in medicine about bone marrow treatment and stem cells, but aspiration is a simple and safe procedure. Marrow contains a fairly plentiful reservoir…Read More