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Epidemic of Hip and Knee Osteoarthritis

In light of recent research, the U.S. may need more orthopedic surgeons in the coming decades. Due to the expected rise in osteoarthritis, the number of total knee and hip joint replacement procedures will also increase at a staggering rate in the next 25 years. Steven M. Kurtz, Ph.D. presented these findings at the 73rd … Continue reading Epidemic of Hip and Knee Osteoarthritis

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Famed Orthopedic Surgeon James Andrews Endorses Bone Marrow Stem Cell Injections in ESPN the Magazine, “The Doctor is in.”

Renowned Orthopedic surgeon James Andrews from Birmingham Alabama was featured in ESPN the Magazine regarding his usage of Bone marrow derived stem cells. The article explains that this particular form of cell therapy is from the same patient and is re-injected same day. Dr Andrews feels that Regenerative Medicine will become common practice to repair worn … Continue reading Famed Orthopedic Surgeon James Andrews Endorses Bone Marrow Stem Cell Injections in ESPN the Magazine, “The Doctor is in.”

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Orthopedics today: New study demonstrates successful Bone Marrow stem cell-rich collagen paste use in repairing cartilage defects

A recent study provides evidence supporting the use of stem cell-rich collagen paste made of patient’s own bone marrow in repairing talar osteochondral (ankle bone cartilage) defect. The paste creates a hyaline (elastic) cartilage, which is sturdier than the fibrous (tough) cartilage created by the surgery alone. Patients that underwent the paste therapy following surgery … Continue reading Orthopedics today: New study demonstrates successful Bone Marrow stem cell-rich collagen paste use in repairing cartilage defects

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Clinical Rehabilitation: New study compares effect of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) injection vs dry needling in treatment of shoulder rotator cuff disease

In a recent study Platelet-rich plasma injection was compared with dry needling as treatments of rotator cuff disease. Patients received either PRP injections or dry needling twice with a 4-week break between injections. PRP and dry needling were found to have beneficial effects on supraspinatus (one of the rotator cuff muscle) injury. But patients that … Continue reading Clinical Rehabilitation: New study compares effect of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) injection vs dry needling in treatment of shoulder rotator cuff disease

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Mitchell Sheinkop, Orthopedic Surgeon, Professor RUSH University, visits Dr Steven Sampson, Orthohealing Center to collaborate in Clincial Research on Bone Marrow Concentration BMC, PRP Platelet Rich Plasma and regenerative medicine

Mitchell Sheinkop, M.D. is a board certified orthopedic surgeon and a leading authority on the treatment of patients with complex hip and knee disorders, and is well known for his pioneering use of computer-assisted navigation, minimally-invasive technologies and hip resurfacing techniques. He is a professor emeritus in the Department of Orthopedics at Rush University and … Continue reading Mitchell Sheinkop, Orthopedic Surgeon, Professor RUSH University, visits Dr Steven Sampson, Orthohealing Center to collaborate in Clincial Research on Bone Marrow Concentration BMC, PRP Platelet Rich Plasma and regenerative medicine

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New Review article suggests positive effects of PRP Platelet Rich Plasma injections for knee osteoarthritis. More studies needed.

A recent review of multiple studies supports Platelet-Rich Plasma use as an alternative method in the treatment of Osteoarthritis. PRP is simple, minimally invasive, and clinically safe with no serious side effect reported by the patients. It uses your body’s own growth factors (naturally occurring substances) that favor the healing process and tissue regeneration. One … Continue reading New Review article suggests positive effects of PRP Platelet Rich Plasma injections for knee osteoarthritis. More studies needed.

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American Journal of Sports Medicine: New Trial demonstrates efficacy of PRP Platelet Rich Plasma with more dramatic improvements in advanced osteoarthritis cases Vs Hyaluronic Acid injections.

In a new study, it is evident that Platelet-Rich Plasma is considerable superior to Hyaluronic Acid in treatment for gonarthrosis (arthritis of the knee). Patients that underwent PRP had decreased pain, stiffness and functional limitations such as walking, stair use, standing, and bending etc when compared to patients who were given HA therapy. This difference … Continue reading American Journal of Sports Medicine: New Trial demonstrates efficacy of PRP Platelet Rich Plasma with more dramatic improvements in advanced osteoarthritis cases Vs Hyaluronic Acid injections.

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Dr Robert Simons from Perth Australia Visits Orthohealing Center to observe PRP Platelet Rich Plasma & Regenerative Injection Therapies.

We were thrilled to have Dr Robert Simons visit us recently. Dr Simons has been practicing non-surgical treatments prolotherapy for 12 years before progressing to the use of platelet rich plasma, Orthokine/Regenokine  and adipose derived stem cells as potent biological tools in assisting musclulo-skeletal repair and regeneration. He has performed over 30 adipose derived regenerative cell procedures … Continue reading Dr Robert Simons from Perth Australia Visits Orthohealing Center to observe PRP Platelet Rich Plasma & Regenerative Injection Therapies.

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New Bone marrow concentration injection video for knee osteoarthritis from The Orthohealing Center in Los Angeles.

The Orthohealing is pleased to present a new video detailing Bone Marrow Concentration (BMC) Injection. BMC therapy may be more powerful than PRP for certain conditions such as end-stage arthritis or other problems resulting from severe structural damage. Rather than the patient’s blood or plasma, the doctors at the Orthohealing Center extract bone marrow from … Continue reading New Bone marrow concentration injection video for knee osteoarthritis from The Orthohealing Center in Los Angeles.

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Brandon Roy Comes Out of Retirement to Join the Minnesota Timberwolves and Attributes his Comeback to Platelet Rich Plasma Injections for his Chronic Knee Pain

This past Tuesday, October 2nd marked a milestone for Minnesota Timberwolves guard Brandon Roy. It was the first time the celebrated former All-Star participated in training camp practice in over two years. Debilitating knee pain due to severe arthritis had affected his performance, and when knee surgeries did not provide relief, he retired from the … Continue reading Brandon Roy Comes Out of Retirement to Join the Minnesota Timberwolves and Attributes his Comeback to Platelet Rich Plasma Injections for his Chronic Knee Pain

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