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Orthohealing Center’s Bone Marrow Concentrate Research Presented at OMTEC in Chicago:

The Orthohealing Center was asked to present their most recent publication, Autologous Bone Marrow Concentrate: Review and Application of a Novel Intra-Articular Orthobiologic for Cartilage Disease, at the 2014 Orthopaedic Manufacturing & Technology Exposition and Conference (OMTEC) in Chicago last week.  Assistant Research Coordinator, Hunter Vincent, represented the Orthohealing Center, and gave a poster presentation …

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TOBI: The Orthbiologic Institute 5th Annual PRP and Regenerative Medicine Symposium: Wrap Up

The Orthobiologic Institute PRP and Regenerative Medicine Symposium for 2014 is officially over. And this year was by far the most successful and exciting symposium to date.  The 5th annual TOBI: The Orthobiologic Institute doubled its numbers from the previous year, with nearly 300 in attendance and over 100 people streaming the conference live on the internet, while …

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TOBI: The Orthobiologic Institute Faculty Publish Article on PRP for Osteoarthritis:

A new article published in the American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation by TOBI: The Orthobiologic Institute faculty, Smith and Sellon, discusses the intra-articular application of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) for Osteoarthritis. PRP is rapidly emerging as a potentially viable option for Osteoarthritis treatment. The article provides a clear and concise review of current …

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Orthohealing Center’s Bone Marrow Concentrate Research to be Presented at the 10th Annual Orthopaedic Manufacturing & Technology Exposition and Conference (OMTEC):

The Orthohealing Center’s Assistant Research Coordinator, Hunter Vincent, will be presenting OHC’s recently published work, Autologous Bone Marrow Concentrate: Review and Application of a Novel Intra-Articular Orthobiologic for Cartilage Disease, at the 10th annual OMTEC conference in Chicago on June 11th & 12th. The Orthopaedic Manufacturing & Technology Exposition and Conference will draw nearly 1,000 executives in …

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Stem Cell Therapy and Curcumin May Have Synergistic Effects on Spinal Cord Injury:

After a spinal cord injury, the injured cord is flooded with copious amounts of inflammatory messengers called cytokines.  This rush of pro-inflammatory cells has been shown to cause something called Gliosis, which is essentially the proliferation and build-up of cells that compose the spinal cord.  This excessive cellular production has been shown to cause scarring …

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Human Placental Cells Show Promising Results for Tendon Healing and Regeneration:

Dr. Scott Rodeo of Hospital for Special Surgery recently presented some of his newest research in biologic therapy in a scientific poster, “Use of Human Placental-Derived Adherent Stromal Cells Improves Tendon Healing in a Preclinical Model of Tendon Injury.”  Dr. Rodeo’s initial findings in this pre-clinical model suggest three very important conclusions: Cells expanded from …

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NEW Study: Platelet Rich Plasma Injections for Chronic Patellar Tendinopathy

A new study, recently published in the American Journal of Sports Medicine, looked at the effectiveness of 3 repeated Platelet Rich Plasma The recently published study was conducted on 28 athletes, 17 professional and 11 semi-professional, diagnosed with chronic PT that did not respond to any other non surgical treatment options. Each athlete received 3 PRP …

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Who Nose What’s Next for Cartilage Engineering?

Scientists out of the University of Basel have reported the first-ever successful nose reconstruction utilizing cartilage grown in a laboratory. Cartilage cells were taken from a patient’s own septum, and through extensive laboratory techniques, were multiplied and expanded onto a collagen membrane.  This technique for growing cartilage from a patient’s own cells is known as …

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