Avoid Orthopedic Surgery with Stem Cell, PRP and Lipogems® Injections
Patients may be able to avoid orthopedic surgery with stem cell, PRP and Lipogems® injections. These treatments include growth factors and regenerative cells from the patient that are injected into areas of injury or degeneration. The goal is to stimulate the body’s natural ability to heal damaged areas.
Orthobiologics and Regenerative Medicine
These injections fall under the category of orthobiologics or regenerative medicine which is a combination of biology and biochemistry used to regenerate bone and soft tissue. Your natural healing capacity is stimulated using growth factors and/or regenerative cells that come from your body and are used to treat various orthopedic conditions.
Dr. Goradia is a leader in orthobiologics. He has worked with physicians around the country to bring this technology to Richmond, VA and the mid-Atlantic region. He has been treating patients with PRP since 2010 and stem cell injections since 2013. Dr. Goradia was the first orthopedic physician and surgeon to perform Lipogems injections in Richmond.
Non-surgical Conditions – Potentially Avoid Surgery for:
- Osteoarthritis of the knee, shoulder, elbow, hip, or ankle
- Cartilage damage (chondromalcia) or an osteochondral defect in any joint
- Partial and Small complete rotator cuff tears
- Hip and shoulder labral injuries
- Tennis elbow
- Plantar fasciitis
Potentially Improve Healing after Surgery
Injections at the time of surgery may stimulate healing and decrease swelling, pain and risk of infection.
- PRESERVE ACL Repair
- Cartilage transplantation
- Meniscus repair
- Rotator cuff repair
- Shoulder Labral repair
Will Insurance Pay for the Injections?
Unfortunately, insurances do not pay for any of these treatments.
Why G2 Orthopedics and Sports Medicine?
We are a small, specialized orthopedic practice in Richmond, VA that provides Advanced Orthopedic Treatment Options, Excellent Results, Personalized Care and Convenient Appointments.
Dr. Vic Goradia is fellowship trained in sports medicine, minimally invasive surgery and knee & shoulder reconstructive surgery. He began practicing in Richmond in 2001 and has extensive experience.
Dr. Jake Budny is fellowship training in joint replacement surgery with a special interest in minimally invasive direct anterior hip replacement, knee replacement and complex, revision joint replacement.
G2 Patient Success Stories
“Stem cells were used to help my rotator cuff heal”
– Tressie Schindler