Special Announcement - Now Screening for FDA Approved Stem Cell Study
Dr. Mitchell Sheinkop has completed training and is credentialed for an FDA-approved stem cell clinical trial for knee arthritis. Our clinic is now screening patients for this trial. Contact us at 312-475-1893 for details. Click here to learn more.

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Are We There Yet?

Are We There Yet?

With better drugs and stem-cell therapies, using these biologics, we hope to repair cartilage — or prevent damage — before osteoarthritis sets in or an operation is needed. A sports injury or trauma to cartilage around the knee, hip, or shoulder joint can lead to...

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A Short Course on Regenerative Medicine: A Needle, Not a Knife

A Short Course on Regenerative Medicine: A Needle, Not a Knife

From your mobile device, take a look this new course, learn of the following treatment solutions to help improve the healing of fractured bones and injured muscles, tendons, and ligaments as well as stopping pain and inflammation. Below is a preview... Wharton’s Jelly...

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Biologics | A General Overview

Biologics | A General Overview

What is Orthobiologics? Orthobiologics refers to the use of biological substances to help musculoskeletal injuries heal quicker as well as treat the symptoms and functional impairments imposed by Osteoarthritis. They are used to improve the healing of fractured bones...

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Your Orthobiologic Town Crier

Your Orthobiologic Town Crier

I receive a continuous flow of questions from patients pertaining to Regenerative Medicine; fundamentally, the majority have to do with FDA approval, safety, and efficacy? In general, my response may be summarized under two bullets: 1)  An understanding of the term...

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Paving the Way for the Next Generation of OrthoBiologics

Paving the Way for the Next Generation of OrthoBiologics

Last Friday was dedicated to an eight-hour virtual symposium: Orthobiologics in Non-Surgical Treatment of Knee Arthritis: Risks and Benefits for Your Patient; organized by the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgery. This is a milestone because the AAOS is the...

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Your Orthobiologic Town Crier

Your Orthobiologic Town Crier

Updates in Regenerative Medicine “The Future of Everything covers the innovation and technology transforming the way we live, work and play” according to Laura Landro in her article published September 9, 2021, in the Wall Street Journal wherein the headline reads “A...

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Cellular Orthopedic International Diplomacy

Cellular Orthopedic International Diplomacy

Three and a half years ago, I performed a Bone Marrow Concentrate for the arthritic hip of a visiting orthopedic surgeon, who had sought me out so as to help him postpone, perhaps avoid a joint replacement. Given professional discretion, I am unable to disclose...

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Reporting as Your Regenerative Medicine Town Crier

Reporting as Your Regenerative Medicine Town Crier

Last week, I received an update from Personalized Stem Cells, Inc. indicating that the trial submission to the FDA concerning a third Adipose-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cell Study for the arthritic knee would take place in late September or early October. You may learn...

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Should You Repeat a Biologic Application?

Should You Repeat a Biologic Application?

As we continue to monitor outcomes from the thousands of patients treated in our offices over the last ten years, the evidence we gather tells us that outcomes improve with repeated biologic injections. We also note that outcome improvement varies, so some patients...

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“Don’t let the old man in”

“Don’t let the old man in”

Over the weekends this spring and summer, I have ridden my bike with other cyclists on group rides in the Driftless area of Southwest Wisconsin. The rides may last as long as three hours and cover distances ranging between 20 to 30 miles, up and down. The groups are...

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