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New Research Study Demonstrates Cartilage Regrowth

The latest research is indicating how the use of fat injection (Lipogems®) can induce tissue regrowth without the need for surgery.  There have been two studies in particular with this result. The first of the two was conducted with patients (an average age of 69) with severe osteoarthritis (grade 3-4). Patients were treated with fat injection … Continue reading New Research Study Demonstrates Cartilage Regrowth

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Dr Steven Sampson & Mary Ambach pass the boards!

Were excited to share that both Dr Steven Sampson & Mary Ambach have successfully completed & passed their maintenance of certification board exam. Dr Danielle Aufiero successfully completed her board recertification last year. The American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation requires that diplomats complete this test following approximately ten years of initial board certification. … Continue reading Dr Steven Sampson & Mary Ambach pass the boards!

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Scientists & Industry from Australia visit Orthohealing Center to share research on new tendon regeneration treatment

The treatment termed ATI or Autologous Tenocyte Implantation is currently available in countries including Australia and New Zealand, but NOT available in the US due to lack of regulatory approval. We were excited to host leading Orthocell scientists from Australia to learn about their work. We discussed an exciting breakthrough therapy to potentially heal chronic tendon injuries like jumpers … Continue reading Scientists & Industry from Australia visit Orthohealing Center to share research on new tendon regeneration treatment

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Cartilage Injuries: Nutrition Matters and Extra Virgin Olive Oil May Help!

We all know the importance of diet and exercise, but what do they do exactly to our bodies? Research shows that Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO), coupled with adequate physical activities, could contribute to the defense against cartilage degeneration by stimulating the production of lubricin, a protein that serves as a critical boundary between opposing cartilage surfaces. … Continue reading Cartilage Injuries: Nutrition Matters and Extra Virgin Olive Oil May Help!

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Stem Cell Therapy May Improve Aging Frailty: Clinical Research Suggests

Frailty is a geriatric syndrome that often involves decreased muscle strength, weight loss, and lower activity levels. During the aging process, a distinct physiological feature is the decrease in stem cell count as well as its production. A study recently published in Journal of Gerontology shows that intravenous stem cell infusion could ameliorate some of … Continue reading Stem Cell Therapy May Improve Aging Frailty: Clinical Research Suggests

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Orthohealing Center Research Team Presents our Bone Marrow Stem Cell for Osteoarthritis Clinical Data in Prague, Czech Republic

Recently our Dir of clinical research for Orthohealing Center, Dr Hunter Vincent shared our clinical data on Bone Marrow Concentrate for osteoarthritis treatment. The conference (International Symposium for Intra-articular Treatment) featured primarily European physicians interested in learning about non-surgical injections to reduce inflammation and pain. International collaboration like this is important for not only our … Continue reading Orthohealing Center Research Team Presents our Bone Marrow Stem Cell for Osteoarthritis Clinical Data in Prague, Czech Republic

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Durolane: A New, Purified, and Effective Joint Lubrication For Osteoarthritis

FDA rarely issues premarket approval for orthopedic drugs and medication. However, Durolane, a one-time hyaluronic acid (HA) injection made by Bioventus LLC, has scored such an honor. The injection contains joint lubrication, which provides anti-inflammatory factors and thus reduces joint pain caused by osteoarthritis (OA). According to an interview by Orthopedics This Week with the … Continue reading Durolane: A New, Purified, and Effective Joint Lubrication For Osteoarthritis

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Animal Research Shows the Effectiveness of Curcumin in Preventing Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis (OA), also known as “wear and tear” arthritis, is usually caused by degenerations in the connective tissue within a joint. The affected joint often shows swelling and stiffness, which result from inflammatory response following the degeneration. A recently published research study in animals showed that Curcumin, a known joint protective substance, could inhibit a … Continue reading Animal Research Shows the Effectiveness of Curcumin in Preventing Osteoarthritis

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Vibrational Forces Stimulate Bone Tissue Formation

When bone tissues are damaged, patients often face very limited options in treatment or full recovery. Scientists and engineers have also been trying to recreate bones using various techniques, such as tissue engineering and 3D printing. Recently, a new study shows that regrowth of the bone might be able to achieve through nanoscale vibration, a method that … Continue reading Vibrational Forces Stimulate Bone Tissue Formation

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The Association Between Hypertension And Knee Osteoarthritis

Studies have shown evidence that hypertension may be a risk factor for knee osteoarthritis, however, the link is unclear and still quite controversial. A study published in 2017 by Zhang, Wang & Liu, aimed to assess the relationship between hypertension and knee osteoarthritis. Ultimately finding the underlying cause of knee osteoarthritis could offer insight on preventative methods. … Continue reading The Association Between Hypertension And Knee Osteoarthritis

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