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Joint Rejuvenation and Restoration

Following injury or wear, limitations need not be limited to professional, college and high school athletes Last week, my column focused on the post traumatic ravages of the National Football League season; and getting ready for next cycle of body demolition. Those...

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Fake news and illegal advertising of stem cell therapies

Why Should This  Blog Matter To You? Stem cell treatments are NOT FDA cleared in the United States FDA is scrutinizing physicians and centers that are marketing stem cells Beware of centers that are offering to: Relieve pain “Regeneration” of tissues  Avoid surgery...

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Regenerative Medicine in 2019

Nonobstructive meniscal tears There is increasing evidence to suggest that patients with meniscal tears at the knee that do not cause “clunking”, giving way, or locking; hence nonobstructive, may benefit from Cellular Orthopedic intervention coupled with physical...

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The Right Cellular Orthopedic Procedure for You

The truth about reparative medicine in orthopaedics and why it matters to you is that in the USA, millions of people suffer from orthopedic conditions and are looking for options to major surgery. At the same time, there is a segment of the population that can’t...

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Regenerative Medicine, looking back and looking forward

Gone The FDA has spoken and gone already is the circus of Amniotic Fluid IV, Cord Blood, and Wharton’s Jelly. Below is an example of the headline in a letter from the FDA sent December 20, 2018 FDA sends warning to company for marketing dangerous unapproved stem cell...

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Patient Online Resources for Biologic Therapies

As interest in biologic therapies for arthritis-a needle, not a knife-continues to expand; patients increasingly are turning to the ads in newspapers or searching the Internet to gather information on this topic. While there is still a lack of scientific consensus on...

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