New research from Italy shows PRP Platelet Rich Plasma effective for Knee Osteoarthritis with 2 year follow up.
Our TOBI Faculty & colleagues Alberto Gobbi MD, Georgios Karnatzikos MD from Milan, Italy presented research at the world’s largest gathering of Orthopaedic Surgeons in Chicago Il last wk, the AAOS. This study shows that PRP intra-articular knee injections are effective both in operated and non-operated arthritic knees and can act as a preventive agent of … Continue reading New research from Italy shows PRP Platelet Rich Plasma effective for Knee Osteoarthritis with 2 year follow up.Continue Reading
Orthohealing Center’s Knee Osteoarthritis PRP Platelet Rich Plasma Research Referenced at the 9th Middle East Orthopaedic Conference in Dubai.
Our colleague from Argentina, Dr Gerardo Marcelo Nunez recently attended the 9th Middle East Orthopedic Conference in Dubai. Cutting edge research was presented on PRP Platelet Rich Plasma for knee osteoarthritis. The Orthohealing Center’s pilot trial was referenced multiple times at the conference, serving as a platform for larger clinical trials that are now emerging. A … Continue reading Orthohealing Center’s Knee Osteoarthritis PRP Platelet Rich Plasma Research Referenced at the 9th Middle East Orthopaedic Conference in Dubai.Continue Reading
Many Los Angeles Dodgers receiving Platelet Rich Plasma Injections (PRP blood spinning therapy) to accelerate healing.
Many Los Angeles Dodgers receiving Platelet Rich Plasma Injections (PRP blood spinning therapy) to accelerate healing. A recent LA Times story featured the popular use of PRP Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy by the Los Angeles Dodger’s for common injuries of the elbow and shoulder. Pitcher Zach Greinke’s sore elbow was treated with PRP. Pitchers like … Continue reading Many Los Angeles Dodgers receiving Platelet Rich Plasma Injections (PRP blood spinning therapy) to accelerate healing.Continue Reading
The plasma holds a variety of cells and growth factors essential for repair and regeneration of tissue. Tendons, like those in the rotator cuff, receive little blood, and therefore aren’t given a ready supply of regenerative substances. Platelet-rich plasma therapy remedies this problem by taking a patient’s own plasma, selecting the essential repair constituents and … Continue reading Rotator Cuff Tendinopathy and Platelet-rich Plasma InjectionsContinue Reading
There is now evidence to suggest that muscle strength around the knee joint is linked to cartilage damage. Stronger muscles means potentially more cartilage over the long-term. According to a study published in Rheumatology, inflammation is linked with muscle weakness. The amount of C-reactive protein, an inflammatory marker, can indicate potential areas of muscle weakness, … Continue reading New Findings Link Inflammation to Muscle Weakness in Knee OsteoarthritisContinue Reading
A recent study completed at the Sports Medicine and Shoulder Surgery Center in New York, New York examined the effects of bone marrow concentrate injections on chronic patellar tendinopathy. By extracting a patient’s own bone marrow from the hip bone, regenerative cells can be separated and then injected into an area of degeneration. These bone … Continue reading Treating Chronic Patellar Tendinopathy via Bone Marrow Concentrate TreatmentContinue Reading
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is a new therapeutic technique that takes a patient’s own plasma and selects from this draw cells that repair and regenerate tissue. Using a guidance method, such as ultrasound, the repair cells are injected directly into an area of damage or degeneration to help speed the healing process. A retrospective review … Continue reading The Effects of Platelet-rich Plasma Therapy on Chronic Cases of TendinopathyContinue Reading
The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine: Positive effects of Yoga on Mood, Anxiety, and Brain GABA levels
Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid (GABA) is the human brain’s own chemical that is found in decreased quantity in mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and epilepsy. Additionally, yoga postures are linked with higher brain GABA levels. Therefore, a new study from the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine explores the affect of yoga versus physical activity in mood changes, … Continue reading The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine: Positive effects of Yoga on Mood, Anxiety, and Brain GABA levelsContinue Reading
Researchers from the Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hopstial and Keele University in United Kingdom performed a study of thirty-five patients with non-union fractures (fractures that do not heal). The cells from these sites showed decreased potential for bone regeneration and it was thought Therefore, each of these patients received a bone marrow-derived … Continue reading Orthopedics today: Non-union fractures healed by bone marrow cellsContinue Reading
Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School conducted research on 18 physicians that showed doctors could relate to the pain the patients go through and want to make it better. By tracking the brain activity of the physicians through a functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) scanner, the researchers concluded that when the physicians … Continue reading Study Suggests that Physicians Who Feel Your Pain are Best at HealingContinue Reading
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