TCP has opened a Regenerative Medicine Center (RMC) at Mega Medical Complex to provide quality autologous micronized fat, PRP and SVF therapy for Osteoarthritis and other chronic diseases and sports injuries. The center has state of the art automated equipment for micronized fat and SVF preparation.




Clinic 94 4th Floor Mega Medical Center

Regenerative Cell Therapy For Orthopedic Ailments

Orthopedics, a branch of medical science mainly related with the musculoskeletal disorders; and particularly concerned with the associated related to locomotory organs in our body, like bones, ligaments, tendons, muscles, etc. The tissues are highly critical for synchronized movements and active life that we are living; however, due to abrupt stimulation of inflammatory alleyways inside our body, we may experience chronic pain, joint degeneration, fibromyalgia, muscle weakness, and even restricted movement in extreme cases.

Some of the generally encountered issues in this particular branch of medical science are Osteoarthritis, Fibromyalgia, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Osteoporosis, Systemic Lupus Erythematosus.

Since, conventional medical science is not offering any conclusive treatment solutions; regenerative medicine has discovered different ways and means to control impairment due to inflammatory pathways. Clinical studies investigated worldwide, for examining anti-inflammatory properties of cells therapy have shown reliable results.

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Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis, affecting millions of people throughout the globe. It occurs when the protective cartilage that cushions the ends of the bones wears down over time. Although osteoarthritis can damage any joint, the disorder most commonly affects joints in your hands, knees, hips and spine. Osteoarthritis symptoms can generally be managed, however, the damage to joints is irreversible.


Osteoarthritis symptoms often develop slowly and get worsen over time. Signs and symptoms of osteoarthritis include: • Pain. During or after movement affected joints might hurt • Stiffness. Upon awakening or after being inactive Joint stiffness is felt. • Tenderness. When you apply light pressure to or near it, your joint may feel tender. • Loss of flexibility. Restricted movement of joint through its full range of motion. • Grating sensation. Feeling of grating sensation while using the joint, and you might hear popping or crackling. • Bone spurs. These extra bits of bone, which feel like hard lumps, can form around the affected joint. • Swelling. This might be caused by soft tissue inflammation around the joint.


Osteoarthritis occurs when the cartilage that cushions the ends of bones in your joints gradually worsens. Cartilage is a firm, slippery tissue that enables nearly frictionless joint motion. Ultimately, if the cartilage wears down completely, bone will rub on bone. Osteoarthritis has often been denoted to as a wear and tear disease. But besides the breakdown of cartilage, osteoarthritis affects the entire joint. It causes changes in the bone and worsening of the connective tissues that hold the joint together and attach muscle to bone. It also causes inflammation of the joint lining.

Risk factors

Factors that can increase your risk of osteoarthritis include: • Older age. The risk of osteoarthritis increases with age. • Sex. Women are more likely to develop osteoarthritis, though it isn’t clear why. • Obesity. Increased weight adds stress to weight-bearing joints, such as your hips and knees. Also, fat tissue produces proteins that can cause harmful inflammation in and around your joints. • Joint injuries. Injuries, such as those that occur when playing sports or from an accident, can increase the risk of osteoarthritis. • Repeated stress on the joint. If your job or a sport you play places repetitive stress on a joint, that joint might eventually develop osteoarthritis. • Genetics. Some people inherit a tendency to develop osteoarthritis. • Bone deformities. Some people are born with malformed joints or defective cartilage. • Certain metabolic diseases. These include diabetes and a condition in which your body has too much iron (hemochromatosis).

Stages of Osteoarthritis

Stage I: The cartilage injury is mild. The surface of the cartilage top layer is Frayed.
Stage II: The cartilage top layer is only half as think and frayed. It has fissures and the surface exhibits extensive fraying.

Stage III: The defect reaches deeper down to the bone. The cartilage exhibit severe fraying.

Stage IV: The cartilage is completely eroded away. The bones are exposed and rub against each other.


Micronized fat is a new therapy in the area of regenerative medicine in which we repair any damage in the body and especially outstanding results were obtained to treat osteoarthritis. The micronized fat is rich in stem cells, cells and growth factors which provide best healing response. It has given hope for new treatment options for many acute and chronic diseases like improvement in bone, joints and also healing of wounds etc. In this procedure liposuction is done to isolate adipose tissue and later processed by specially designed kits to micro and nano fat which have highest number of viable cells. The fat and SVF is injected into the knee to repair the damaged cartilage. Hundreds of studies have shown that patient improve gradually with loss of pain and also her mobility improves.


Beside micronized fat and other regenerative medicine therapies, you can also visit our clinic for consultancy and can discuss about micronized fat therapy, its benefits, risks and all other relevant details. Our experts will be happy to help you to better decide about this emerging therapy.