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Don’t Ignore Knee Pain, Regardless of Age

Though knee pain is commonly associated with the aging process, the truth is that knee damage can occur in younger adults as well. It may be tempting to ignore joint pain if it has not yet significantly restricted movement or activity, but early intervention is the most efficient way to prevent serious and debilitating joint…

Assessing the Risks: Heel Pain and Plantar Fasciitis

Of the numerous musculoskeletal conditions treated by healthcare providers like orthopedic doctors, plantar fasciitis is the most common across athletic and non-athletic patients alike. Research indicates that 2 million Americans cope with plantar fasciitis every year, and the condition accounts for at least 15 percent of all adult foot complaints that require professional care. Identifying…

Treating OA with BMSC

Bennett Orthopedics and Sportsmedicine has successfully treated patients with biologics such as PRP and bone marrow stem cells for more than a decade. Patients are eager to learn about alternatives to “going under the knife” to treat problems like osteoarthritis of the knee and torn menisci. Joint replacement surgery As an orthopedic surgeon who has…Continue Reading

Using PRP to Treat Chronic Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is a common and bothersome condition that forms as a result of inflammation of the plantar fascia ligament. This ligament runs from the heel bone toward the toes, leading plantar fasciitis to cause extreme discomfort in that area. Most doctors treat chronic plantar fasciitis with cortisone treatments, but cortisone offers only short-term relief…Continue Reading

Nonsurgical Treatments for Shoulder Arthritis

Arthritis of the shoulder can form in a number of different ways, and each causes extensive pain and discomfort. Fortunately, there are nonsurgical treatment methods available for two of the major types of arthritis that generally affect the shoulder: osteoarthritis and posttraumatic arthritis. Types and Symptoms of Shoulder Arthritis Since the shoulder consists of two…

The Use of Ultrasound-Guided PRP Injections for Hip Osteoarthritis

Hip osteoarthritis is one of the many forms of arthritis Dr. William Bennett treats at his Sarasota practice, Bennett Orthopedics and Sportsmedicine. This painful and debilitating condition is caused by wear and tear of the hip, which is one of the body’s largest joints. A ball and socket create the hip joint and work together…Continue Reading

Knee Replacement? Stem Cell Therapy Offers a Better Solution

Every year, U.S. doctors perform more than 600,000 knee replacement surgeries in an effort to help patients escape the severe pain caused by advanced arthritis. Although this procedure – which involves the use of metal and plastic parts to cap the ends of the bones that form the knee joint – is very common, it…

Using PRP as a Regenerative Treatment for Rotator Cuff Tendinopathy

Rotator cuff tendinopathy (RCT) is a common and bothersome condition that impacts professional athletes and average citizens alike. As a frequent cause of shoulder pain, rotator cuff tendinopathy has the potential to minimize a patient’s range of motion, restrict basic functions, and diminish quality of life. This is exactly why leveraging the very best and…Continue Reading

Blind versus Guided Injections

As biologics like PRP and stem cells have become more popular over the years, more health care providers are offering them in their clinics. Many factors go into how effective the treatment will be, and one of those is how the product is injected into the area. The two ways to inject a joint are…Continue Reading

Bone Marrow Stem Cells Gold Standard

Many times, we get patients who call the office who want to get stem cell procedures done, but they aren’t sure why different clinics use different types of cells. The type and location of the cell you are using makes a huge difference in the outcome and success of the treatment. For starters, in the…Continue Reading


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