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REGENERATIVE MEDICINE

The clinical practice of regenerative medicine focuses on the body’s natural ability to repair, replace, and regenerate its damaged or aging tissues. When regenerative medicine treatments are performed, the recipient patient responds to the injected or deployed biologic agent(s) to activate a cascade of events leading to tissue repair and self healing. Since each human being began its development as a singe cell (developed from their mother’s fertilized egg), the potential for natural regenerative medicine within the human body has a proven lineage. Through self healing, the body is able to resolve pain, inflammation, and degeneration, along with restoring functionality.

Biologic agents used at HOGUE CLINICS for regenerative medicine treatments include autologous platelet-rich plasma (PRP), autologous micro-fragmented adipose tissue (MFAT), and allogeneic cell-free placental MSC-derived Exosomes (XoGlo™ MSC Exosomes).

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP), Micro-Fragmented Adipose Tissue (MFAT), and MSC Exosomes

Graphic of blood cellsRegenerative medicine treatments at HOGUE CLINICS are performed by Roger Hogue, MD utilizing biologic agents with strict adherence to aseptic techniques for same-day outpatient procedures in an awake patient using a combination of local anesthesia, oral sedation, and inhaled nitrous oxide analgesia. Since May of 2011, Dr. Hogue has performed thousands of regenerative medicine treatments for patients suffering from an assortment of painful and/or degenerative conditions. To optimize the injection accuracy a biologic agent into a targeted tissue location, Dr. Hogue uses a combination of visual, ultrasound, and fluoroscopic guidance. Regenerative medicine treatments are performed on areas such as the scalp, face, skin, hands, body, breasts, scars, assorted soft tissues, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, bones, and joints.

To determine if you are a candidate for a regenerative medicine treatment at HOGUE CLINICS, please call our office to schedule a complimentary consultation with Dr. Roger Hogue.

Regenerative Medicine at HOGUE CLINICS

Bio-cellular treatment offerings at MRM are intended for patients with painful or dysfunctional, degenerative conditions involving skin, soft tissues, and musculoskeletal structures, including scars, wounds, injuries, osteoarthritis, chronic tendinitis, partially torn tendons and ligaments, and avascular bone necrosis (osteonecrosis). Consequently, potential treatment areas include the the knees, shoulders, hands, wrists, elbows, ankles, tendons, skin and soft tissues involving the scalp, face, body, hands, and genital areas. The most common conditions treated at MRM include degenerative conditions such as osteoarthritis, tendinitis, scalp hair loss, and men’s sexual health issues such as erectile dysfunction (ED). Finally, our physicians use image guidance such as fluoroscopy (live x-ray) and ultrasonography mag to ensure safer, precision injection of bio-cellular agents into the targeted areas.

At MRM, we have seen patients in their 40s and 50s afflicted with osteoarthritis of their peripheral joints. When taking into account that a surgical joint replacement only lasts on average about 20 years, these patients will likely be facing additional joint replacement surgeries during their lifetime. Regenerative medicine treatments using autologous bio-cellular treatments may delay or eliminate altogether the need to have joint replacement surgery, depending on the extent and severity of the underlying osteoarthritic condition and the patient’s regenerative capabilities.


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Our regenerative medicine specialist, Dr. Roger Hogue, consults with each patient to customize a treatment plan specific to their degenerative condition.

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