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New Generation of Joint Cartilage Repair Available in USA!

Cartilage damage and degeneration can cause extreme discomfort and impairs a patients’ quality of life. According to the Arthritis Foundation, The FDA recently approved the Matrix Associated Chondrocyte Implantation (MACI) treatment, which can heal early stage cartilage damage. In the interview with Farshid Guilak, PhD, by the Arthritis Foundation, degenerated cartilage tissue is similar to … Continue reading New Generation of Joint Cartilage Repair Available in USA!

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Former NFL Football player Gosder Cherilius discusses treating your body like it’s a machine and how Platelet Rich Plasma was helpful.

With the 2017 NFL draft around the corner, Dr Steven Sampson’s annual regenerative medicine conference TOBI had the opportunity to discuss orthobiologics and regenerative medicine with recently retired Tampa Bay Buccaneers Gosder Cherilus. Gosder played in the NFL for 9 seasons with over 116 starts with the Detroit Lions, Indianapolis Colts, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. … Continue reading Former NFL Football player Gosder Cherilius discusses treating your body like it’s a machine and how Platelet Rich Plasma was helpful.

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Stem Cell Therapy or Surgery?

  When you’re experiencing pain in the joints or other areas of the body, pain relief is a top priority. Depending on the doctor that you visit, you may be given an option to have surgery on the affected area. Other doctors that are well-versed in regenerative medicine may offer stem cell therapy as an … Continue reading Stem Cell Therapy or Surgery?

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11 Lifestyle Tips to Relieve Knee Pain

  Do you spend most of your working hours standing or walking? Or maybe you enjoy going on daily jogs or participating in regular sports activities? Even if you don’t fall into either of these categories, it’s likely that your knees are put under stress day in and day out – as this happens to … Continue reading 11 Lifestyle Tips to Relieve Knee Pain

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Exciting news! Orthohealing Center’s Danielle Aufiero MD, awarded Orthopaedic Honoree at 2017 Arthritis Foundation’s Walk to Cure Arthritis!

We’re honored to announce that Danielle Aufiero MD was selected as the Los Angeles 2017 Orthopaedic Honoree by the Arthritis Foundation! We are committed to finding a cure for this disease that affects so many Americans and our military. As a result of active lifestyles & associated injuries we are seeing an epidemic of osteoarthritis, especially … Continue reading Exciting news! Orthohealing Center’s Danielle Aufiero MD, awarded Orthopaedic Honoree at 2017 Arthritis Foundation’s Walk to Cure Arthritis!

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Are You at Risk for an ACL Injury?

If you’re an athlete or weekend warrior, hearing the term “ACL injury” is nothing new. But for those who don’t know about the sports injury as extensively, we’re here to crack down on the basics. An ACL injury, or anterior cruciate ligament injury, is a common sports injury that occurs when the knee falls victim … Continue reading Are You at Risk for an ACL Injury?

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What Factors Affect Stem Cell Health?

We all know that maintaining the “right” diet, as well as keeping up regular exercise, are integral parts of leading a healthy lifestyle. Eating whole foods, including dark leafy vegetables and lean protein, and ensuring that you’re physically active are not only beneficial for your overall health but also for your stem cells! What we … Continue reading What Factors Affect Stem Cell Health?

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New Report from AOSSM, Surgery may not be helpful in Tennis Elbow. Non-operative approaches needed.

In a new report form the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, they determined that Surgery may not be helpful in Tennis Elbow. They did a randomized, double-blinded clinical trial, and explored patient responses to a common surgery aimed at repairing a damaged elbow, compared to a placebo procedure. The study analyzed 13 patients who … Continue reading New Report from AOSSM, Surgery may not be helpful in Tennis Elbow. Non-operative approaches needed.

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Manage Daily Osteoarthritis Pain with These 6 Tips

Fed up and tired of joint pain due to osteoarthritis? If you’re one of these unlucky individuals, you are definitely not alone. Over 30 million adults in America are affected by osteoarthritis, which is the most common form of the “wear and tear” disease. Those who have osteoarthritis may suffer from mild to severe symptoms … Continue reading Manage Daily Osteoarthritis Pain with These 6 Tips

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Biologic Therapies for Intervertebral Degenerative Disc Disease: A Review of Novel Applications

Dr Ambach, in collaboration with Stanford professor Dr Navani, publish a new study discussing new treatments for degenerative discs in the spine using innovative biologics including platelet rich plasma, stem cell bone marrow aspirate, lipoaspirate,  and cutting edge applications like protein-based therapy, 3D printing/scaffolds and gene therapy. Link to the article

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