What we do

We use your body’s own healing power to treat painful joint injuries and arthritis. With regenerative medicine, you could delay or even avoid joint replacement surgery.

Regenerate Myself is a regenerative medicine clinic based in the North West of England. We use, and can amplify, the body’s own healing power to treat common joint problems, such as sporting injuries and osteoarthritis.

Regenerative treatments can avoid or delay major surgery. All major surgery comes with a degree of risk and adverse effects. The beauty of what we do lies in avoiding that risk.


Many of our treatments involve the use of your blood. The procedure usually involves:

1. Harvesting your body’s own cells

2. Processing your blood on-site to concentrate certain healing properties

3. Injecting the extracted cells into the painful area

The entire process happens within one day, avoiding the delay of sending your blood to a lab

Injectable regenerative treatments include:

Lipogems® – using fat cells taken from your hip or abdomen, we produce ‘lipogems’ that cushion an injured area while promoting healing.

PRP Therapy – using your platelets to create a high-concentration dose of growth factors to stimulate healing of an injury

nSTRIDE APS – using proteins harvested from your blood to rebalance the inflammatory proteins at the site of an injury


Sometimes surgery is inevitable. Fortunately, regenerative medicine gives us a set of surgical treatments that avoids or delays a knee replacement procedure:

Bone Augmentation – using bone augmentation material to give your injured knee support. Your body also replaces the material with new bone during recovery.

Biological Knee Surgery – using your own tissues to repair damage to the knee that would otherwise need major knee replacement surgery

Shockwave Therapy

Shockwave therapy is a non-invasive treatment used to relieve the pain of sporting injuries, like tennis elbow and runner’s knee. Using high-energy sound waves, shockwave therapy enhances recovery from musculoskeletal injury.