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Study finds that patients with history of an Arthroscopic Partial Meniscectomy (APM) are at greater risk of developing need for joint replacement surgeries.

A recent study from the Bone and Joint Journal aimed to determine the long-term risks of undergoing knee replacement surgery. Patients with history of APM (having part of the meniscus surgically removed) were over ten times more likely to undergo arthroplasty (replacement), with women at double the risk compared to men. Younger patients 30-39 years old that had meniscus removed were …

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Dr Steven Sampson Faculty in Regenerative Injections for Osteoarthritis: A Practical Office Based Approach, San Antonio TX

Orthohealing Center’s Dr Steven Sampson will participate as a Faculty Skills Lab trainer at the American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (AAPM&R) meeting San Antonio TX, Nov 16, 2019. As a thought leader, Dr Sampson will participate in ask the experts panel on cell therapies for osteoarthritis to educate physicians about optimal protocols and …

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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 …

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Can PRP be frozen and used for future treatments?

A recent study examined the possibility of preserving platelet-rich plasma (PRP) for future applications, with the same biological effectiveness. The study aimed to exam such effectiveness by comparing matrix metalloproteinases (MMP) isoform concentrations between different blood preparations: whole blood (WB), leukocyte-rich PRP (LR-PRP) inactivated (LR-I) and activated (LR-A), and leukocyte-poor PRP (LP-PRP) inactivated (LP-I) and …

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Orthohealing Center Dr Steven Sampson participating in New Academic Delphi Panel Formed to Define Best Practices for Using Bone Marrow Concentrate

A multidisciplinary/interdisciplinary group of orthobiologics experts from the fields of orthopedic surgery, sports medicine, physical medicine and rehabilitation, pain medicine, and interventional spine have embarked on a Delphi panel process to set treatment standards for patients receiving a same day stem cell procedure known as bone marrow concentrate. Orthopedic stem cell treatment and orthobiologics is …

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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. …

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Dr. Steven Sampson interviewed by Cellular Healing at TOBI

Dr. Steven Sampson interviewed by Cellular Healing at TOBI The Orthobiologic Institute annual conference, Chicago IL Dr. Sampson hosted over 700 attendees (including 84 international) at the McCormick Center in Chicago Il for his annual conference. Thought leaders from Mayo, Emory, Harvard, Mayo, U Pitt and more shared the latest work in regenerative medicine. Dr. …

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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 …

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Dr Steven Sampson on KOGO News Radio

Dr Steven Sampson discusses how belly fat or Microfragmented adipose Tissue (MFAT or Lipogems) may help orthopedic patients on iheart news radio. Read more.

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