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Conditions We Treat

Medica Stem Cells Clinics offer expertise in pain management. Knees and hips are the most common joints treated at our clinics. Regenerative treatment for knee pain and hip pain has become quite popular among athletes and older adults who suffer from severe joint pain. Unlike surgery, the recovery time after the Regenerative treatment is a lot shorter. Many of our patients choose Regenerative Medicine treatment for hip and knee pains to avoid lengthy rehabilitation time and hip replacement and knee replacement surgery complications.
Our focus is on the innovative technologies of Regenerative Medicine, including Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) and Cellular therapies. At Medica Stem Cells, we strive to provide the best available Regenerative treatment for knees, hips, and other joint pains and conditions like osteoarthritis to help manage pain symptoms and promote the healing and regeneration process. 
Regenerative treatments are available across all our clinics in Ireland, UK and the UAE.

How We Treat Your Conditions

Non-surgical Regenerative Therapy

Medica Stem Cells therapies are minimally invasive, non-surgical, safe alternatives to relieve pain with faster recovery than surgery

Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy

Plasma concentrates are a way to help the body finish the healing process and strengthen the weakened tissue. The use of PRP, a portion.



Prolotherapy, also called proliferation therapy is a non-surgical and injection-based treatment used in chronic musculoskeletal conditions.

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Adipose-derived Cell Therapy

Adipose-derived Cell Therapy and Mesenchymal Cell Therapy use a patient’s own cells to help repair damaged tissues.

About Us

Medica Stem Cells Clinic is a medical practice that specialises in providing comprehensive Regenerative Medicine treatments. Our team of well-trained and registered doctors and orthopaedic surgeons provide the best Regenerative treatments for joint injury, sports injury, managing symptoms of arthritis, osteoarthritis or any other degenerative condition of joints that cause discomfort. Regenerative therapy and PRP injections combined with physiotherapy support may provide more advanced results than Regenerative treatment alone.

To date, our Medical team have successfully performed more than 10,000 procedures using Regenerative Medicine and have treated these patients via injections only.
Choose the same day non-surgical Regenerative therapy and avoid surgery and all the complications associated with it. Regenerative cell therapy is a safe walk-in and walk-out procedure performed under local anaesthesia with a lot shorter post-operative recovery time than surgery.

Cell therapy uses cells harvested from your body to treat injury. These cells can develop into the same or many different cell types in the body, depending on whether they are multipotent or pluripotent. When a Regenerative cell divides, each “daughter” cell has the potential to either remain a stem cell or become another type of cell with a more specialised function, such as a muscle cell, a cartilage cell, or a skin cell. Acting as your own repair system, these cells can divide without limit to replenish other cells.

The best way to get started is to call our clinic between 9 AM to 6 PM or by requesting a callback, and one of our administrative team will get in touch with you to explain the steps of the treatment and will arrange a consultation to evaluate your condition with one of our specialist doctors.

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Our Studies & Results from our treated Patients are now published in International Research Journals

PRP Therapy for
Shoulder Tendinopathy:
A Systematic Review

Are you or your patients undergo shoulder discomfort for an extended period? Rotator cuff tendinopathy (RCT) could be the major common cause then. People may….

BMAC & adipose-derived MSC's
Treatment For Knee osteoarthritis:
A systematic Review

Background: Knee osteoarthritis is the most common musculoskeletal progressive disorder that affects nearly 303 million people worldwide….

Effect of PRP therapy in conjuction
with physical therapy for rotator
cuff tendinopathy

After undergoing conventional treatment modalities, a patient underwent a course of ultrasound guided PRP injection followed by physical therapy….

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