Hamstring is a group of large muscles in the back of the thigh that start from the lower hip and end at the shinbone. Injuries of the hamstring closer to the hip are called proximal hamstring injuries. These can be quite disabling and have been inconsistently treated with many conservative treatments such as physiotherapy and … Continue reading Orthopedics: Proximal Hamstring injuries treated with Platelet-rich Plasma therapyContinue Reading
Clinical J Sport Med: Does PRP results in MRI changes in cartilage following injection? Results from 1 year follow-up, Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS)
In a recent study, platelet-rich plasma was used in treating early knee osteoarthritis and the results were determined based on positive clinical results and a change in MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) structural outlook. Twenty-two patients between the ages of 30 – 70 years received an MRI prior to the therapy to determine their baseline. Each … Continue reading Clinical J Sport Med: Does PRP results in MRI changes in cartilage following injection? Results from 1 year follow-up, Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS)Continue Reading
Stay current in the latest advancements in orthopedics & sports medicine! Read about 5 tips to avoid a total knee-replacement. The Orthohealing Center of Los Angeles, CA is excited to announce that Dr Steven Sampson will have a regular blog in the Huffington Post to share cutting edge information for orthopedic injuries to stay active & … Continue reading Dr Steven Sampson, Orthohealing Center with regular blog column in The Huffington Post.Continue Reading
New study shows that Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) reverses tendon cell damage when combined with steroid injection.
In a new study from Japan , the standard cortisone used for shoulder rotator cuff injections triamcinolone acetonide (TA) caused damage to tendons after application. Platelet rich plasma (PRP) was applied along with the steroid (TA) and it reversed the cellular damage to the rotator cuff tendon. The cortisone demonstrated negative effects on the tendon with cell death … Continue reading New study shows that Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) reverses tendon cell damage when combined with steroid injection.Continue Reading
Regenerative Medicine and stem cells research: a hot topic at the 9th Middle East Orthopaedics Conference, 29 – 31 January 2013 in Dubai.
Doctors from around the globe will meet in Dubai this month to present the latest research in stem cell therapies for cartilage disorders. Some of the foremost researchers in Platelet Rich Plasma and Bone Marrow Concentrate (BMC) will present their latest findings on arthritis treatments and cartilage repair. Conferences of this nature are a fantastic way … Continue reading Regenerative Medicine and stem cells research: a hot topic at the 9th Middle East Orthopaedics Conference, 29 – 31 January 2013 in Dubai.Continue Reading
New study showing the positive effect of autologous platelet-rich plasma-releasate (PRP) on spine disc degeneration in rabbit model
Intervertebral discs serve as a cushion between the bones of your back, holding them together and allowing minor movement of these bones. In a recent study, PRP use in treating disc degeneration was evaluated. Twelve female New Zealand white rabbits were selected and underwent puncture of two discs to induce disc degeneration. Four weeks after … Continue reading New study showing the positive effect of autologous platelet-rich plasma-releasate (PRP) on spine disc degeneration in rabbit modelContinue Reading
Recent studies suggest that patients with larger muscles surrounding the knee equals less cartilage damage over 4 years & improved function. (link to prior blog post). Another new study found a correlation with a patient’s blood inflammation levels (CRP & ESR) and reduced muscle strength. Understanding patients baseline inflammation status may be key in understanding expectations … Continue reading Inflammation blood test links to muscle weakness in knee osteoarthritis new study suggests.Continue Reading
New study in American Journal of Sports Medicine shows Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) blood injection superior to placebo for knee osteoarthritis treatment.
In a new study from the American Journal of Sports Medicine, researchers in India were able to show that when compared to a placebo control of saline (water), PRP patients had superior benefits. There was a mild deterioration of those improvements at 6 months. This level 1 randomized placebo controlled study showed that PRP injection … Continue reading New study in American Journal of Sports Medicine shows Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) blood injection superior to placebo for knee osteoarthritis treatment.Continue Reading
A new study demonstrates increased risk of weight gain in patients after a knee replacement. Data of nearly a thousand patients from Mayo Clinic in Rochester was evaluated. It was concluded that five years after surgery, thirty percent of patients had minimum of five percent increase in weight from time of the surgery. But when … Continue reading A recent article in Reuters Health shows patients gaining weight after knee replacementContinue Reading
In a major Regenerative Medicine breakthrough, researchers at Wake Forest University have developed a machine that prints 3D cartilage tissue. Cartilage is a tough, fibrous tissue that plays an important structural and supportive role in the body. It lends structure and shape to the nose and ear, for instance, as well as cushions joints such as the knee. Repairing cartilage … Continue reading Printing New Cartilage: Breakthroughs in Cartilage Repair TechniquesContinue Reading
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