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Regenerative medicine clinic offering invasive, cellular treatments.

Stem Cell Therapy in London

London Stem Cell Centre is a regenerative medicine clinic offering minimally invasive, cellular treatments for orthopaedic conditions.

Our team of specialists offer stem cell treatments, plasma and steroid injections and shockwave therapy to stimulate your body’s own healing process – helping you to recover from injuries and chronic musculoskeletal conditions with minimal intervention.

In clinical trials, stem cells derived from bone marrow, along with the healing and anti inflammatory qualities of in your blood plasma and adipose fat cells have been shown to stimulate healing in targeted areas of the body with minimal side effects.

For more information on our regenerative treatments and how they can provide effective, long-term solutions to your musculoskeletal problems, contact us here.

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Knee Injuries and Conditions

Knee Osteoarthritis

Arthritis of the knee is very common as we age, as the cartilage that coats the bones of your knee wears away – through sudden injury or repetitive actions.

Knee Bursitis

The gel filled ‘bursa’ sac that provides cushioning in your knee can become inflamed as a result of repetitive trauma or a sudden impact.

Meniscus Tears

The rubbery cartilage pads in your knee joint can be torn as a result of wrenching or impact. The results can be painful and debilitating.

Ligament Injuries

The strong chords that stabilise your knee joint can get torn or stretched as a result of sudden twisting or an impact on the joint.

Hip Injuries and Conditions

Hip Pain

Any debilitating or ongoing pain in your hip should be diagnosed as soon as possible. Many hip conditions are treatable non-surgically, using a combination of injection therapies and physiotherapy.

Hip Arthritis

The wearing away of the cartilage and bone in your hip joint can lead to increasing difficulty walking, and pain. This degenerative condition can be effectively treated in its early stages with regenerative medicine.

Hip Bursitis

Swelling of the gel-filled sac in your hip joint causes pain and difficulty walking – and can lead to other painful conditions.

Hip Tendinopathy

The tendons that connect your muscles to the bones of your hip can get inflamed as a result of repetitive actions, leading to pain, weakness and instability.

Labral Tear

The layer of cartilage that coats the dish-like socket of your hip joint can get torn as a result of sudden injury or repetitive impact. Cartilage damage can lead to arthritis and other structural problems in the joint.

Shoulder Injuries and Conditions

Shoulder Arthritis

Damage to the cartilage that coats the bones in your shoulder joint can lead to the pain, swelling and stiffness of arthritis.

Rotator Cuff Tears

The tube of muscles and tendons that mobilises and stabilises your shoulder joint can get torn or damaged – leading to pain, muscle weakness and inflammation.

Foot and Ankle Injuries and Conditions

Regenerative medicine can help to reduce symptoms and improve healing in conditions affecting your feet and ankles, without the need for surgery.

Foot Pain

A careful diagnosis is carried by our musculoskeletal experts to identify causes of foot pain, which can can range from ligament or nerve damage to arthritis.

Ankle Pain

If you have pain in your ankle, it may be caused by a number of conditions, including ankle fracture, ligament damage or arthritis. London Stem Cell Centre offers in-depth diagnosis and minimally invasive treatment where appropriate.

Heel Pain

Pain in the heel may be the result of tendon or ligament damage, or a variety of soft tissue or bone conditions. In many cases, our injection therapies can resolve the issues.

Achilles Tendinopathy

Inflammation of the tendon that connects the calf muscle to the heel causes pain and can lead to Achilles tendon rupture.

Plantar Fasciitis

The ligament that runs under your foot can get thickened and inflamed, leading to pain in your heel.


This degenerative bone condition can lead to misalignment of the joints in your foot or ankle, formation of bone spurs, pain, stiffness and difficulty walking.

Elbow Injuries and Conditions

If you have ongoing pain, weakness or loss of mobility in your elbow, our orthopaedic specialists will diagnose your condition and offer a range of non-surgical regenerative treatments to stimulate healing and reduce the symptoms.

Elbow Arthritis

Degeneration of the cartilage and bone in your elbow joint (due to an injury or wear and tear) can lead to misalignment of the bones as well as soft tissue and nerve damage. Symptoms include pain, stiffness and weakness.

Elbow Instability

Damage to the structures of your elbow joint can cause weakness and instability – this could range from ligament or tendon damage, bone fractures, arthritis or other soft tissue injuries.

Tennis Elbow

Pain on the outside of your elbow joint is often the result of tendon inflammation, which can be effectively treated with injection therapy.

Golfer’s Elbow

Pain on the inside of your elbow joint can be caused by repetitive throwing, lifting or overhead activities.

Nerve Entrapment

The nerves in your elbow joint can be pinched as a result of inflammation of the soft tissues, or bone conditions such as arthritis. Symptoms can include weakness, numbness and pain.

Hand & Wrist Injuries and Conditions

Our injection therapies are designed to reduce inflammation and improve healing in the damaged tissues of your hand and wrist. Common conditions we treat include:

Hand Arthritis

The joints of your hand can be affected by rheumatoid or osteoarthritis – causing swelling, pain and stiffness.

Thumb Arthritis

The CMC (carpometacarpal) joint at the base of your thumb can be affected by arthritis, resulting in pain and difficulty moving your thumb, gripping etc.

Wrist Instability

Your wrist can be unstable due to tendon damage, arthritis or other conditions and injuries. Our orthopaedic specialists will diagnose your condition and offer injection therapies where appropriate.

Carpal / Ulnar Tunnel Syndrome

The nerves that serve your hand can get pinched or trapped in their bony ‘tunnels’, leading to inflammation, pain and numbness in your hand and fingers.

Trigger finger

The tendons that attach the bones of your fingers to muscles can tighten, causing them to lock in a bent position – often the result of rheumatoid arthritis or repetitive actions.

What Treatments Does London Stem Cell Centre Provide?


Platelet rich plasma therapy involves injecting a concentrate of the growth factors and other substances in your blood plasma cells that promote healing. This is particularly effective in areas ...

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Our surgeons harvest tissue containing mesenchymal stem cells from your bone marrow. When injected into other areas of the body, these cells can reduce the symptoms of musculoskeletal conditions...

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London Stem Cell Centre is a team of orthopaedic surgeons and sports medicine professionals based in London, with an international reputation for excellence in minimally invasive treatments for musculoskeletal conditions.

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