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 the orthopedic field, as well as 200 companies from 16 different countries. The conference is set to include dozens of technical sessions, panel discussions, and informative lectures to provide attendees with the most up to date insight into emerging technology in the Orthopaedic industry, as well as facilitating problem resolution for device manufacturers and practitioners.
Hunter is a medical student at Touro College of Osteopathic, class of 2015, and has been highly involved with the Orthohealing Center’s research efforts. He has been influential in helping the Orthohealing Center remain as a pioneer in the field of regenerative orthopaedics, and helped to keep the practice on the pulse of emerging non-surgical and alternative treatments. Hunter’s poster presentation will provide leaders in the orthopaedic industry with valuable knowledge about emerging Orthobiologic therapies, such as Bone Marrow Concentrate, as a potentially viable option for non-surgical treatment of cartilage diseases like Osteoarthritis.
The Orthohealing Center is honored to be invited to such an influential event, and proud to be represented by an aspiring physician such as Hunter. Don’t forget to connect with OHC on Twitter and Facebook for more updates about the practice and emerging research!