Non-Union Treatment
with cultured stem cells



We regenerate bone fractures that fail to join, with unprecedented results

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Cultured Stem Cell Treatments

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Clinical Trials that have proven effectiveness and safety

What is

Non-Union (Pseudoartrosis)?

Fractures that lack the potential to heal without further intervention are defined as non-unions. This disorder, also known as Pseudoarthrosis, occurs when bones are not properly repaired after a bone fracture or trauma. The lesion is usually detected when the patient does not regain normal mobility after surgery, once the estimated healing time has elapsed.

Despite its name, pseudoarthrosis is unconnected with osteoarthritis. They are different diseases. One affects the cartilage and other the bone.

At ITRT, we have shown that treating non-unions with cultured mesenchymal stem cells generates new bone and heals the injury.


Atrophic Non-Union

This refers to a bone fracture that does not heal or, in other words, the bone cannot be restored. It is usually caused by inadequate immobilization and inadequate blood supply. 
Its treatment has traditionally required grafts that facilitate bone repair.

However, Cultured Stem Cells have now made regeneration possible. The bone recovers the structure and endurance it had prior to the injury.


Non-Unions can affect different bones in the human body. At ITRT we have experience in treating virtually all bones with cultured mesenchymal stem cells, particularly:

  • Femur
  • Tibia and fibula
  • Humerus
  • Clavicle
  • Other

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