Month: May 2021

Elbow Tendinosis: What Is It?

Tendons connect the forearm to the inside and outside aspect of the elbow. Due to low blood supply and constant use, these tendons are at an increased risk of repetitive use injuries. Elbow tendinosis occurs during overuse and tightening of muscles near the wrist and forearms putting excessive strain on the tendons.  In lateral epicondyle …

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Tendinosis Healing: What Approach?

While tendinosis can take months to heal, treatment is possible. Non-surgical treatment focuses on deep tissue manual therapy to promote blood flow, strengthening the surrounding muscles, avoiding repetitive use, bracing, and rest. When non-surgical treatment fails, we may consider other approaches such as Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (EWST), Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), Bone Marrow Concentrate (BMC), …

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Dr. Sampson Lectures to Argentina Orthopedic Doctors: Non-Surgical Treatments for Advanced Knee Osteoarthritis

  Dr. Steven Sampson lectures to Argentina Orthopedic Doctors on The Knee Organ: Non-Surgical Treatments for Advanced Osteoarthritis Dr. Steven Sampson provided a virtual lecture for orthopedic surgeons in Latin America on knee osteoarthritis. As a pioneer in orthobiologics, Dr. Sampson has been researching advanced procedures such as PRP and bone marrow cell therapies along with …

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