Regenerative medicine stimulates the self-regenerative processes in the musculoskeletal and tendinous muscle fields.

The orthopaedic surgeon will assess whether degenerative diseases of the musculoskeletal and muscle-tendon apparatus (e.g. Arthrosis of large joints, tendon lesions, rotator cuff injury) can be treated with minimally invasive methods of regenerative medicine:

PRGF-Plasma rich in growth factors

Medullary Concentrate

LIPOGEMS-mesenchymal cells.


The large joints, such as hip and knee, are subjected to more stress and wear.

In frequent cases, as time goes by, a progressive limitation of the movements that is associated with pain can be reached, compromising the quality of life.

Wednesday 6 November 2019, Day dedicated to the treatment of recent and older traumas and I consult in case of treatments already in place (post-surgical and non-surgical) hip and knee.

The Prof. Rinaldo Giancola-Specialist in orthopaedics and Traumatology, director of the Orthopaedics and Traumatology Operations Unit of G.B. Mangioni Hospital, Past President of the Italian Society of Orthopaedics and Traumatology Geriatric (A.I.T.O.G.), director of Coordination of the Orthgeriatrics Area of GVM Care & Research, proposes a day dedicated to degenerative and post-traumatic pathologies of the hip and knee.

The patient's path:

Visit with Prof. Rinaldo Giancola-Specialist in orthopaedics and Traumatology and visit with the physiotherapist (only if necessary, on indication of the orthopedist)-€150

Visit with the Internista to geriatric address (only if necessary, on the recommendation of the orthopedic)-€40

Radiographic examination (only if necessary, on indication of the orthopedic and/or in the absence of recent documentation)-€30.

Therefore, based on the orthopaedic evaluations, the patient will be able to pay the benefits from a minimum of €150 up to a maximum of €220.


For the treatment of the following pathologies: 

-De Quervain syndrome-
Dupuytren's disease
-carpal Tunnel syndrome-SNAP
comes-traumatic (fractures)


Next dates:

  • Wednesday, November 6, 2019



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