Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate (BMAC) is obtained after processing bone marrow that is removed from your hip bone, humerus, or tibia. BMAC can be rich in cells which produce proteins and growth factors associated with healing and inflammation. In our practice, BMAC may be injected as an adjunct to a variety of surgical procedures, including rotator cuff repair, superior capsular reconstruction, osteochondral allograft, and chondral debridement. BMAC is currently considered investigational and not covered by insurance.
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