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Dr Steven Sampson Chairs 10th Annual The Orthobiologic Institute (TOBI) Regenerative Medicine Conference, Chicago June 6-8 2019

Check out the new trailer! Well over 500 industry leaders and physicians from 40 countries are expected to converge at the McCormick Center in Chicago next year for the spectacular annual event. The meeting is a who’s who in the field or orthopedic cell medicine. Thought leaders from Harvard, Emory, U Pitt, Mayo and more … Continue reading Dr Steven Sampson Chairs 10th Annual The Orthobiologic Institute (TOBI) Regenerative Medicine Conference, Chicago June 6-8 2019

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Orthohealing Center’s Dr Steven Sampson Publishes new article on advanced knee osteoarthritis and new technique: Platelet Rich Plasma Intraosseous injections

Dr Steven Sampson collaborated with researchers from Vitoria Spain to publish literature on a new approach for advanced knee osteoarthritis. While Platelet rich plasma has been used for decades in orthopedics and sports medicine, research shows that it may be limited to reduce symptoms when knee arthritis is more advanced or severe. Thus Dr Sampson … Continue reading Orthohealing Center’s Dr Steven Sampson Publishes new article on advanced knee osteoarthritis and new technique: Platelet Rich Plasma Intraosseous injections

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Vitamin D Deficiency May Affect Patient Outcomes with Joint Surgery

Vitamin D is an important vitamin for the human body, responsible for many important cellular functions. It has also been shown to be associated with bone density and overall well being. The most important compounds of Vitamin D for humans are known as Vitamin D2 and Vitamin D3. Vitamin D2 can be found in plants, … Continue reading Vitamin D Deficiency May Affect Patient Outcomes with Joint Surgery

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Dr Steven Sampson, Orthohealing Center featured on ABC 7 discussing “Biohacking” technology to stimulate healing.

The segment discusses Osteostrong a new facility in West Los Angeles which uses “Osteogenic loading” to potentially strengthen bones. Dr Sampson comments that there are many proven ways to strengthen bones including exercise with dancing, running & jumping. But these activities may add additional risks of injury so cutting edge technology aims to provide osteogenic loading without … Continue reading Dr Steven Sampson, Orthohealing Center featured on ABC 7 discussing “Biohacking” technology to stimulate healing.

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Osteoarthritis Can Lead to Early Walking Disability and Increased Risk for Cardiovascular Disease

In a recent cross-sectional study published in Arthritis Care & Research, researchers explored associations between OA-related walking disability and cardiovascular risk. The study included 500 patients with self-reported osteoarthritis (OA) ranging from ages 40-80. Patients were assessed using the 6-minute walk test (6WMT) to evaluate walking ability and the Pulse Wave Velocity to measure arterial stiffness. … Continue reading Osteoarthritis Can Lead to Early Walking Disability and Increased Risk for Cardiovascular Disease

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ABC 7 Salutes our Veterans Program

Dr Steven Sampson and Orthohealing Center were acknowledged by ABC 7 for our work helping Navy Seals & Special Forces Veterans. Partnering with Warrior2Warrior Orthohealing provides complimentary treatment to our nations heroes. Our campaign targets what we term “the silent enemy” PAIN; which veterans live in a culture where it is seen as a sign of weakness … Continue reading ABC 7 Salutes our Veterans Program

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Dr. Sampson and Dr. Aufiero Lecture on Orthobiologics for Military Physicians at Walter Reed & Uniformed Services University

Dr. Steven Sampson and Dr. Danielle Aufiero were recently invited to lecture on Orthobiologics for military physicians at Walter Reed & Uniformed Services University in Maryland.  They joined other leaders in the field of regenerative medicine to provide a comprehensive educational experience, encompassing all aspects of orthobiologics. The consortium was an opportunity for physicians and professors at the university to learn about emerging … Continue reading Dr. Sampson and Dr. Aufiero Lecture on Orthobiologics for Military Physicians at Walter Reed & Uniformed Services University

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Study Investigates Prevalence of Osteoarthritis After ACL Surgery

While osteoarthritis (OA) is often associated with aging joints, it is also associated with younger individuals who have suffered a joint injury or undergone surgery. This type of OA is commonly referred to as posttraumatic osteoarthritis (PTOA). This subtype of OA is of particular importance because it can have significantly larger costs to the health care system, because of … Continue reading Study Investigates Prevalence of Osteoarthritis After ACL Surgery

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Meta-analysis of 1000+ Patients Reveals Positive Results for Use of PRP on Ligament & Tendon Injuries:

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is an emerging treatment modality that utilizes a rich milleau of platelets and growth factors within a patient’s own blood to potentially promote healing of damaged tissue. In recent years, a growing volume of research, including meta-analyses (a statistical analysis that combines the results from multiple scientific studies), have been conducted … Continue reading Meta-analysis of 1000+ Patients Reveals Positive Results for Use of PRP on Ligament & Tendon Injuries:

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Hyaluronic Acid Shows Potential Benefit for Supraspinatus Tendinopathy:

Physical therapy and hyaluronic acid (HA) injections have both been shown to be effective in reducing pain with shoulder tendinopathies (injuries to the rotator cuff). However, it has been theorized that combining the two treatments could lead to potential additive effects, although it is currently unproven. A study recently published by a group of researchers … Continue reading Hyaluronic Acid Shows Potential Benefit for Supraspinatus Tendinopathy:

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