Month: November 2014

Orthohealing Center’s Bone Marrow Concentrate Research to be Presented at the 10th Annual Orthopaedic Manufacturing & Technology Exposition and Conference (OMTEC):

The Orthohealing Center’s Assistant Research Coordinator, Hunter Vincent, will be presenting OHC’s recently published work, Autologous Bone Marrow Concentrate: Review and Application of a Novel Intra-Articular Orthobiologic for Cartilage Disease, at the 10th annual OMTEC conference in Chicago on June 11th & 12th. The Orthopaedic Manufacturing & Technology Exposition and Conference will draw nearly 1,000 executives in …

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Stem Cell Therapy and Curcumin May Have Synergistic Effects on Spinal Cord Injury:

After a spinal cord injury, the injured cord is flooded with copious amounts of inflammatory messengers called cytokines.  This rush of pro-inflammatory cells has been shown to cause something called Gliosis, which is essentially the proliferation and build-up of cells that compose the spinal cord.  This excessive cellular production has been shown to cause scarring …

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Human Placental Cells Show Promising Results for Tendon Healing and Regeneration:

Dr. Scott Rodeo of Hospital for Special Surgery recently presented some of his newest research in biologic therapy in a scientific poster, “Use of Human Placental-Derived Adherent Stromal Cells Improves Tendon Healing in a Preclinical Model of Tendon Injury.”  Dr. Rodeo’s initial findings in this pre-clinical model suggest three very important conclusions: Cells expanded from …

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NEW Study: Platelet Rich Plasma Injections for Chronic Patellar Tendinopathy

A new study, recently published in the American Journal of Sports Medicine, looked at the effectiveness of 3 repeated Platelet Rich Plasma The recently published study was conducted on 28 athletes, 17 professional and 11 semi-professional, diagnosed with chronic PT that did not respond to any other non surgical treatment options. Each athlete received 3 PRP …

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Who Nose What’s Next for Cartilage Engineering?

Scientists out of the University of Basel have reported the first-ever successful nose reconstruction utilizing cartilage grown in a laboratory. Cartilage cells were taken from a patient’s own septum, and through extensive laboratory techniques, were multiplied and expanded onto a collagen membrane.  This technique for growing cartilage from a patient’s own cells is known as …

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