Bone Marrow Concentrate

Bone Marrow Concentrate is the final product after taking the cells from the inner soft bone where blood is made and spinning it in the centrifuge to separate the stem cells from other cells. BMC is the end product that is used to help heal diseased or injured tissue. 

Bone Marrow Concentrate (BMC or BMAC)

What Is Bone Marrow Concentrate? 

Bone Marrow Concentrate (BMC or BMAC) is a substance of cells taken from your own bone marrow. BMC uses your body's own stem cells that are stored inside the bone marrow to help the body repair tissue that may be damaged or difficult to heal.

How Does BMC Work?

Using a minimally invasive technique and local or sedation anesthesia, a needle is used to obtain the bone marrow from a larger bone like the heel bone. The bone marrow is processed with a centrifuge and the useful cells are separated out. The stem cells are then injected back into your body's injured area.

Bone Marrow Concentrate Treatment Description & Duration

This process takes 40 minutes and is usually done in conjunction with other procedures as it requires more healing time than the PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) or Amniotic Stem Cell treatments, which are more commonly used as stand-alone treatments.

Expected Outcomes After Bone Marrow Concentrate 

BMC is expected to reduce healing time, reduce inflammation as well as stimulate new tissue regeneration.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The stem cells from one's own blood can actually grow into different types of blood and this treatment can help tissues such as bone, cartilage and other soft tissues as well. This means we can help heal injuries such as ligament tears and strains, tendonitis and tendon tears, and chronic conditions like plantar fasciitis, posterior tibial tendonitis, peroneal tendinitis, and Achilles tendinitis.


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