Labrum Tears

Labrum Tears

The labrum is a structure in the hip joint that is made of a soft cartilage. It functions to surround the ball and socket to create a “seal” around the joint. The labrum can tear from an acute injury or accident, or can slowly tear over time. These tears can cause sharp pinching or popping pain in the groin and tend to be bothersome when bending at the waist or flexing the hip. We have had excellent results from treatment for labrum tear with stem cells and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP).

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