Frequently Asked Questions

Sahaj therapy is autologous grafting of adipose-derived cellular fraction in the same surgical sitting for joint pain management.

Autologous grafting is a medical procedure where tissue is removed from one part of a patient's body and transplanted into another part of the same patient's body.

Sahaj therapy involves a minimally invasive procedure where adipose tissue is harvested from the patient's body, processed to extract the cellular fraction, and then injected into the affected joint or bone in the same surgical sitting

The procedure itself is minimally invasive and typically done under local anesthesia& sedation, which minimizes pain and discomfort. Patients may experience some soreness or discomfort in the treatment area after the procedure.

Sahaj therapy has the potential to manage joint pain and inflammation, it also improve joint function in patients. It is also a minimally invasive procedure with a low risk of complications

Sahaj therapy is a minimally invasive autologous procedure, so there is a low risk of adverse reactions or complications. However, as with any medical procedure, there is a small risk of infection or other complications

Recovery time varies depending on the extent of the procedure and the patient's overall health. Some patients may experience immediate relief of symptoms, while others may take several weeks to see benefits

Sahaj therapy is generally recommended for joint pain patients who have not responded to traditional treatments or who are looking for a minimally invasive solution. We suggest patients should consult with their doctor to determine if Sahaj therapy is right for them. .

As with any medical procedure, there are some risks associated with Sahaj therapy. These may include infection, bleeding, or other complications.

The entire Sahaj therapy procedure typically takes a few hours, including the harvesting of adipose tissue, processing using minimal manipulation inside the operation theater, and injection into the affected joint or bone

No, there is no risk of rejection or allergic reaction with Sahaj therapy, as the patient's own cells are used in the procedure without using enzyme or chemical.

Patients are typically advised to avoid strenuous activity or weight-bearing exercises for a few weeks following Sahaj therapy. Your doctor will provide specific instructions based on your individual situation.

Sahaj therapy is available at following locations in India: Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Udaipur, Delhi, Gurgaon, Indore, Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Vijaywada, Kanpur and many more Patients should consult with their doctor to determine if Sahaj therapy is available in their area or give missed call on 82230 83666.

Yes, it is covered under mediclaim,then only we suggest to have dialogue with your insurance company or TPA prior going through procedure

Yes, this is a minimally invasive technique and it takes a small cut, it can be done in patients who are suffering from hypertension, diabetic patients or even after surgery like bypass. Then onlyrecommend patients to take prior fitness of surgery from treating physician like other surgical procedures.

Till now 2000+ patients has been treated by Sahaj therapy with no complications.

No, it is not stem-cell derived product.

Patient needs to stay for generally 1-2 days in the hospital.