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Labrum Tear

"I would recommend stem cell injections for anyone who is having discomfort due to loss of cartilage. I think that it can be helpful, it can relieve a lot of discomfort, it can help with the regrowth of cartilage, it is going to allow you to walk much more comfortably, to live much more comfortably, and hopefully to be mobile for the rest of your life." – Marion


 Experience Counts - Located in Jacksonville, Florida, we are the leader in Adult Stem Cell and Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Procedures. We have performed these procedures for more than ten years with over 90 % results and ZERO side effects.

 Top Stem Cell Center in the World: Unique Proven Clinical Protocols, over ten years of experience and hundreds of satisfied patients is why people from around the world come to us for their adult stem cell and Platelet-Rich Plasma Procedures. 

 FIVE reasons you need to know before you decide. You will see why people around the world choose us over other Clinics.

Glaring Differences




Other Leading Stem Cell Clinics (including Regenexx, Cell surgical Networks and others)

1. Gene and Cellular tests to evaluate your stem cell functions.



2. Use BOTH Bone Marrow and Fat Stem Cells, along with PRP.



3. Process Your Stem Cells with safety and use no dangerous chemicals like collagenase.



4. Use Dynamic Ultrasound Guided Injections for Precision and safety (and NOT use X-Rays that can damage your cells).



5. Improve body functions with proprietary Hormones and Supplements, so you get the best possible clinical outcome.






A labral tear is a tear in the hip joint cartilage. The cartilage is a ring of soft tissue holds the hip joint together. This cartilage follows the outside rim of the socket of the hip joint and is called a labrum.

People born with structural abnormalities or those with osteoarthritis are susceptible to a labral tear. It may also be caused by trauma to the hip joint or repetitive motions in sports.

People who play ice hockey, soccer, football, golf, and ballet are at higher risk of developing a hip labral tear. Several of baseball’s biggest stars — including Alex Rodriguez of the Yankees, Chase Utley of the Philadelphia Phillies and Carlos Delgado of the Mets — have been forced to the sideline after having surgery to repair a torn labrum, the cartilage that runs along the rim of the hip socket.

What are the symptoms?

Symptoms of a labral tear include hip pain and/or a “catching” sensation in the hip joint. The pain may radiate to the buttocks, along the side of the hip, or even down to the knee. Symptoms usually get worse with long periods of standing, sitting, or walking. Pivoting on the involved leg is avoided because it causes pain. Some patients walk with a limp, if the pain is severe.

PRP and Stem Cell Treatment can help:

Most times athletes are told that they need surgery to fix their sports injuries. But surgery is not the answer for most of the sports injuries, and may actually never help you regain your performance to the level you were prior to the injury.

Patients coping with sports injuries, tendon strains, sprained ligaments, muscle injuries, arthritis and more, will be comforted to know that surgery is not the only option of treatment available to them. Faster healing as well as improved functionality both are possible with innovative, cutting- edge ADULT stem cell and PRP procedures.

As alternatives to the joint surgery, SmartChoice® Procedures may help alleviate joint pain, arthritis and other sports injuries that caused it with a simple office injection procedure. We encourage the patients to walk the same day and most experience almost no downtime after our procedures whatsoever.

Dr. Garg has experience working with professional and amateur athletes from different sports to increase their performance with this unique and individualized health and wellness program. He has worked with professional athletes like former number one PGA Tour Golfer, several NFL players, many Tennis and baseball athletes and athletes from various other sports.

And if you are considering a knee, hip or other joint surgery for your sports injury, you might want to learn about how the adult stem cells and PRP procedures stack up against these risky Orthopedic surgeries.

Call us today and find out if these procedures are an option for you.

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