Regenerative orthopaedics implies that damaged tissues within orthopaedics are encouraged to regenerate rather than using foreign materials to replace them.


The developing world of regenerative orthopaedics

Although many of the interventions of regenerative orthopaedics have been around for a decade or two, it is only recently that the name has been firmly recognised and the discipline clearly differentiated into regenerative medicine and regenerative surgery.


Quick video overview of this very current topic.

The Magic of Fat Cells

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Discussion looking at the alternatives to a joint replacement in active patients whose osteoarthritis tends to be limited.

A case study with two-year follow-up of an adult patient whose ACL tear was managed with repair and internal brace augmentation.

An overview of current stem cell practice relating to the knee and a hint of the future.

A case presentation by Adrian Wilson, FRCS.


Orthopaedic regenerative tissue engineering en route to the holy grail: disequilibrium between the demand and the supply in the operating room. Cengiz IF, Pereira H, de Girolamo L, Cucchiarini M, Espregueira-Mendes J, Reis RL and Oliveira JM. J Exp Orthop. 2018 Dec; 5: 14.

See also -

Knee arthritis interventions when you are too young for a total knee replacement - ebook