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Advanced  Ortho-Biologic Therapies



Osteoarthritis is a chronic condition in which the cartilage that cushions the joint, begins to break down. The breakdown of this tissue will eventually lead to pain, joint stiffnes and sometimes sewlling. Articular cartilage is the highly specialized connective tissue found in the joint.

Its principal funtion is to provide a cushoned surface for load bearing activities. The articular cartilage cover the bones surfaces in the joint and when the cartilage degenerates it causes the surfaces of the bone to rub against each other, leading to the complications of osteoarthritis include increasing age, obesity, previous joint injury, overuse of the joint, weak thigh muscles and genetics.

PAIN. Your joints may ache and the pain may be sharp, almost the time is intermitent. Constant pain or pain while you sleep may be a sign that your arthritis is getting worse.

STIFFNES. Getting out of bed in the morning becomes more difficult with osteoarthritis. Your joint may feel stiff until you get moving. Stiffnes may also occur after sitting.

REDUCED RANGE OF MOTION.As the osteoarthritis progresses, bending, flexing and extending becomes much more difficult. It can progress to the point of total dysfunction

CRUNCHING. Your joints may make crunching sound, this noise may also occur in a normal joint, but when combined with other symptoms of osteoarthritis, this noise becomes more significant

Ortho Biologic Therapy is an outpatient procedure that´s done at the point of care ( at the patient´s bedside). It involved the application in the affected area of concentrated form of growth factors, bone marrow or fat. The application can be usted to trreat acute injury or long term degenerative disease. This concentrated releases factors and tissues mediators that have been shown to greatly promote that repair of damage tissue.

Concentrated bone marrow and fat aspirate provide “stem cell like” tissue that are capable of differentiating into bone, cartilage, muscle, tendon and ligaments. They have also been shown to have the capability of generating new blood vessels to damage tissue, a process called angiogenesis.

Whith its many healing functions, ortho-biologic therapy has proven to be able treatment alternative for many orthopedic related problems

Orthobiologic Therapy is autologous (derived from your own body) and proven to be safe. Studies demostrate significant and almost linear improvements in knee, back and hip injury. These improvements include pain and symptoms relief after movent and at rest.

Many patient express a sustained and favorable outcome after 12 to 36 months

Making a difference one application at a time

Better Treatment Samples, Better Results

Osteoarthritis is the oldes and most common form of arthritis. It requieres an effective form of treatment to produce favorable outcomes. it is important that your doctor provide the best system to give you the greatest amount of regenerative tissue concentrate. To get the best results, the better practice and technic get better recovery chances.

Dr. Jose Manuel Hernandez

Orthopedic Surgery / Ortopedista Traumatólogo

Ortho-Biologic Therapy

Non Surgical Orthopedic Treatments

Terapía Ortho-Biológica Tratamientos No-Quirúrgicos


Joint Replacement – Sport Injuries – Ozonotherapy

Reemplazo de Articulaciones – Lesiones Deportivas


Mexican Board of Orthopedics and Traumatology, AC

Medical School Guadalajara University Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
Graduated: 2000

Orthopedic Surgery Antiguo Hospital Civil Fray Antonio Alcalde Guadalajara University Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
Year Completed: 2004

Surgical Sports Medicine Cornerstone Regional Hospital Edinburg, Texas, United States
Year Completed: 2003

Universidad de Ciencias Medicas de la Habana La Habana, Cuba
Year Completed: 2016

Stem Cell Therapy
3 Med Health Institute Miami, Florida, United States
Year Completed: 2017



Asociación Mexicana de Ortopedia y Traumatología, AC

Escuela de Medicina Guadalajara University Guadalajara, Jalisco, México
Graduado: 2000

Cirugía Ortopédica Antiguo Hospital Civil Fray Antonio Alcalde Universidad de Guadalajara Guadalajara, Jalisco, México
Año completado: 2004

Medicina deportiva quirúrgica Cornerstone Regional Hospital Edinburg, Texas, Estados Unidos
Año completado: 2003

Universidad de Ciencias Médicas de la Habana La Habana, Cuba
Año completado: 2016

Terapia con células madre
3 Med Health Institute Miami, Florida, Estados Unidos
Año completado: 2017

  • Active Member of the Society of Orthopedic Surgeons graduates of the old Civil Hospital of Guadalajara AC, September 2006, Guadalajara Jalisco.
  • International affiliate member of American Academy of Orthopedics Surgeons (AAOS), since April 2007.
  • Active member of Mexican Asociation of articular reconstructive Surgery (AMECRA), since 2007
  • Treasurer  of orthopedics and traumatologyst college of Puerto Vallarta AC (From 2014 – 2016).
  • Currrent President of orthopedics and traumatologyst College of Puerto Vallarta AC (2018 – 2020).
  • Active Member of Mexican Federation of Orthopedics and Traumatology surgeons (AMOT, FEMECOT).



  • Miembro activo de la Sociedad de Cirujanos Ortopédicos graduados del antiguo Hospital Civil de Guadalajara AC, septiembre de 2006, Guadalajara Jalisco.
  • Miembro afiliado internacional de la Academia Americana de Cirujanos Ortopédicos (AAOS), desde abril de 2007.
  • Miembro activo de la Asociación Mexicana de Cirugía Reconstructiva Articular (AMECRA), desde 2007.
  • Tesorero de ortopedia y traumatología en la universidad de Puerto Vallarta AC (desde 2014 hasta 2016).
  • Presidente actual de ortopedia y traumatología del Colegio de Puerto Vallarta AC (2018 – 2020).
  • Miembro activo de la Federación Mexicana de Cirujanos Ortopédicos y Traumatología (AMOT, FEMECOT).

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Av. Los Tules No. 136 Col. Diaz Ordaz, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco México

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322 229 03 10

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Mon to Thurs 11:00 am to 2:00 pm & 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm

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