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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What is the role of Regenerative Medicine?

What is the role of Regenerative Medicine?

U.S. hospitals performed more than 100,000 surgeries on older patients during the first year of the pandemic, according to a new Lown Institute analysis. The healthcare think tank relied on Medicare claims data and analyzed eight common low-value procedures. It called...

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A Stem Cell Orthopedic Update

A Stem Cell Orthopedic Update

Autologous stem cell therapy means your own stem cells are used to treat you. In other words, the donor is also the recipient. Over ten years ago, I started aspirating a patient’s own bone marrow as the source of stem cells for diminishing the symptoms and improving...

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The Stem Cell Town Crier

The Stem Cell Town Crier

My Cellular Orthopedic/Regenerative Medicine practice is evidence-based. In short, we integrate patient care with research. Our outcomes and patient satisfaction data over the last two years clearly show that the highly concentrated injectate of A2M and concentrated...

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Let’s Explore Stem Cells and Shoulders

Let’s Explore Stem Cells and Shoulders

50 years ago, the treatment of choice for the rotator cuff tear was observation and physical therapy. The results were very unsatisfactory to the patient and physician. At the same time, historic attempts at surgical reconstruction were doomed to fail. The same was...

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A Stem Cell Patient Anecdote and More on Cellular Orthopedics

A Stem Cell Patient Anecdote and More on Cellular Orthopedics

Patient Success | OrthoBiologics “So yesterday when Dr. S was in the room and did a kind of magic spell thing about everything working out, I had to report this. First of all, my shoulders are feeling pretty good, but you know I was pretty unhappy that after a month...

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How do Stem Cells Work in Regenerating an Arthritic Joint

How do Stem Cells Work in Regenerating an Arthritic Joint

The cellular, biologic, therapeutic approach using your stem cells may be directed either directly or via the Extracellular Vesicles produced by those stem cells acting via microRNAs. Bone Marrow contains Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs) in addition to Platelets and...

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