Month: November 2020

A Position Statement on Bone Marrow Stem Cells as Homologous Use

In March, the Pain Physician Journal published a position statement from the American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians (ASIPP). TOBI faculty, Dr. Christopher Centeno, and other contributing authors hope this review will aid regulators overseeing regenerative musculoskeletal medicine. Their objective being to provide a comprehensive, focused, review of literature describing the current regulatory guidelines and …

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Midterm Analysis of a Randomized Control Trial Comparing Orthobiologic Treatment of Rotator Cuff Tears with Exercise Therapy

TOBI Faculty, Dr. Christopher Centeno, and colleagues recently published a midterm analysis of their randomized control trial of the treatment of rotator cuff tears with bone marrow concentration and platelet products compared to conventional home exercise therapy.  Rotator cuff disorders affect nearly 30-50% of the US population over the age of 50. The rate of …

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CBD for pain? TOP 10 Most Frequent Questions. Dr Hunter Vincent hosts Facebook Live with the Arthritis Foundation to educate community on CBD.

1.What is CBD?  CBD is short for cannabidiol 1 of over 80 different Cannabinoids with potential clinical benefit from the cannabis plant A Cannabinoid is a small active compound within the plant, essentially the building blocks of the cannabis plant CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid present in cannabis. The CBD in most products is extracted …

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Ultrasound-Guided PRP Platelet Rich Plasma Injections for the Treatment of Rotator Cuff Disease in Wheelchair Users with Spinal Cord Injury.

In collaboration with the New Jersey Rehabilitation Institute, researchers at the Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation conducted a study to evaluate the effects of PRP injections to treat bilateral shoulder pain. TOBI Faculty, Dr. Gerard Malanga, worked with a team of researchers at the Derfner-Leiberman Laboratory for Regenerative Rehabilitation Research on this pilot study.  Six, wheelchair-bound …

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