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Good luck to several of our patients competing in London this week at the IAAF World Track & Field Championships.

Several of our dedicated patients have trained around the clock to put out their best times in London this week.

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Dr Steven Sampson & Dr Mary Ambach publish Textbook Chapter on Regenerative Medicine:

The Book’s editor Alberto Gobbi is a premier Orthopedic Surgeon from Milan Italy, as well as a longtime friend and colleague.

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Dr Mary Ambach lectures at Premier Regenerative Medicine Symposium Wynn Las Vegas on PRP & Stem Cells for low back pain in the spine

Recently, Orthohealing’s Dr Mary Ambach lectured to many thought leaders in the field on current understandings of low back and neck pain.

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Why Athletes Choose Homeopathic Traumeel Injectables

Traumeel is a mix of natural minerals and botanicals, which focuses on neutralizing inflammation. They work to heal the body naturally and properly. Those that suffer from inflammation, any may be sick of being dependent on cortisone and anti-inflammatory, and steroid medications, are turning more and more to this treatment. A perfect example is athletes. … Continue reading Why Athletes Choose Homeopathic Traumeel Injectables

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Dr Steven Sampson Founder Orthohealing Center, announces New Non-for Profit to collect research data on orthopedic stem cell therapies.

Orthohealing Center & TOBI (The Orthobiologic Institute) founder Dr Steven Sampson recently co-founded a non for profit organization to advance the field of regenerative medicine and stem cell research.

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Can Sugar help bone growth? New study with sugar coated nanoparticles.

A team of scientists at Northwestern University has recently found a novel way to promote bone growth using nanomaterial. Coated by sugar, these nanoparticles mimic the growth factors that are naturally found in the body.

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Trigger Point Injections: What You Need to Know

Trigger points can be created when a muscle has been overworked or injured, and a little knot of muscle will develop causing pain in that general area. This knot of muscle forms when the muscle won’t relax. In many cases, you can physically feel the knot under the skin. Trigger points can cause continual pain … Continue reading Trigger Point Injections: What You Need to Know

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Cannabis (CBD) Cannabidiol Helps bone health and heals fractures… Research suggests.

Marijuana has been a controversial treatment among medical professionals. Recently, a study published by The Journal of Bone and Mineral Research suggests that cannabinoid cannabidiol (CBD), the chemical in marijuana, could strengthen the bone and help heal fractures.

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What Is Prolotherapy?

Prolotherapy is a form of therapy that makes use of the body’s natural responses to injury to relieve pain and promote healing. Also known as proliferative or regenerative therapy, it has proven to be very useful in treatment of stiff joints and muscle pains. The best part is that it is minimally invasive and eliminates … Continue reading What Is Prolotherapy?

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What is a Musculoskeletal ultrasound and How Can It Help?

An ultrasound uses high-frequency sound waves to capture live images from inside your body. You most likely associate ultrasounds with pregnancy and getting to see an image of your baby. There are other uses of ultrasound technology.  A musculoskeletal ultrasound can produce images of muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joints. Functions of Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Technology Musculoskeletal … Continue reading What is a Musculoskeletal ultrasound and How Can It Help?

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