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  • Professional Athletes Opting for Regenerative Medicine Treatments

    Professional Athletes Opting for Regenerative Medicine Treatments

    If you're a casual observer of professional sports, then you know those common injuries to key players can have a huge impact on a team's wins and loss record. If you follow sports more closely, you know players and teams are constantly searching for alternative treatments to injuries that will have the athletes back in top form sooner.

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  • Think Twice About Back Surgery

    Think Twice About Back Surgery

    As you may have read in the news, Tiger Woods is recovering from a recent back surgery – his fourth back operation in the past few years (this one being a fusion). Once the greatest golfer in the world, Tiger had his first surgery in 2014, but since then, even after two more surgeries, he has not been able to successfully return to the pro tour. No doubt he is hoping that this recent operation will eventually get him to a place where he can compete at the highest level and without debilitating pain.

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  • Footballers Looking at Stem Cells and PRP

    Footballers Looking at Stem Cells and PRP

    When making a decision to move forward with stem cell injection therapy for problems of osteoarthritis and painful soft tissue injury, many patients rely on research to help them make an informed decision. Then they rely on the experience of the doctor helping them. The same can be said for professional athletes. These athletes are approaching stem cells because the treatment regrows cartilage and stops damaging chronic inflammation.

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  • Stem Cells Are Poised to Change Health and Medicine Forever

    Stem Cells Are Poised to Change Health and Medicine Forever

    Over the last decade, the number of publications per year on stem cell-related research has increased 40x. The stem cell market is expected to reach $170 billion by 2020. Rising R&D initiatives to develop therapeutic options for chronic diseases and growing demand for a regenerative treatment option are the most significant drivers of this budding industry.

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  • Stem Cells Saved the Soccer Ref’s Game

    Stem Cells Saved the Soccer Ref’s Game

    They’re the guys that are sometimes invisible and sometimes the point of sporting ire. The referee is a critical part of sports and arguably some of the most athletic have to be soccer refs, as they can run miles in each game chasing the ball and plays around the field. This morning I’d like to highlight an elite ref from Florida for whom having a knee replacement meant giving it all up. In fact, that’s the common thread through many of our success stories. People who love their active life not wanting to yield to the big surgeries and eventual decline into the couch.

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  • PRP Treatments for Arthritis

    PRP Treatments for Arthritis

    As you know, osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis. It is a condition in which the cartilage that normally protects joints breaks down to the point of being ineffective. The loss of cartilage results in bone-on-bone contact that causes swelling, tenderness, and significant pain. You might also know that osteoarthritis is often age-related.

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  • 5 Benefits of Stem Cell Therapy

    5 Benefits of Stem Cell Therapy

    em cell therapy uses a patient’s own stem cells to help repair damaged tissues and repair injuries. This therapy is a part of the regenerative medicine field that is rapidly growing. Stem cell therapy is used for many conditions including reducing joint pain, increasing motion and flexibility, and treating tendon and ligament tears as well as disc-related low back pain.

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  • Common Causes of Shoulder Injuries

    Common Causes of Shoulder Injuries

    The shoulder is a highly mobile joint composed of tendons, ligaments, cartilage, and bones, all of which are prone to injury with activity and sports. People experiencing shoulder pain may be suffering from a variety of conditions such as bursitis, tendinitis, osteoarthritis, or degenerative arthritis. Shoulder pain can also be caused by sports injuries or other accidents, and those over the age of 50 are especially susceptible to developing rotator cuff tendon tears.

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  • No One is Too Old for Stem Cell Therapy

    No One is Too Old for Stem Cell Therapy

    Have you been recommended to undergo surgery? Have you neglected a painful joint condition? Or perhaps you feel too old to even start a treatment that might actually help you? With Stem Cell therapy, although there are a few reasons that would exempt a candidate from treatment, age or be “too old” is definitely not one of them.

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  • How to Manage Back Pain

    How to Manage Back Pain

    Back Pain is one of the most common ailments around. It is thought that roughly 80% of Americans suffer from it at some point in their lives, and it is the second most common reason for visiting the doctor. When you are experiencing it, you can find yourself unable to work and it can have a tangible effect on all aspects of life.

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