Adult Stem Cell Therapy & Platelet Rich Plasma

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Benefits of Combining Stem Cell and PRP Therapy

Stem cell and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy may be used as effective treatment methods for various orthopedic injuries and conditions. These two types of therapy present unique individual benefits and vary in preparation, procedure, and performance. However, both have remarkable osteogenic potential and may be used in combination to boost treatment success. Below, you’ll find… Continue Reading

4 Common Stem Cell FAQs

Stem cell research is a progressive addition to multiple areas of medicine, including orthopedic surgery. Adult stem cells found in bone marrow, blood, and fat can be invaluable in regenerating injured cartilage, ligaments, and tendons. Stem cell therapy can even be used as an alternative to surgery. Adult stem cell treatment isn’t as widespread as… Continue Reading

Benefits of PRP Therapy for Arthritis

Arthritis is a very common condition. There are several different types of arthritis, but the two most common types are osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Treatments for arthritis are often similar, regardless of what type of arthritis you have. Your doctor may treat your arthritis with cortisone injections, anti-inflammatory medications, or physical therapy. Often, these treatments… Continue Reading

Rotator Cuff Repair: What You Need to Know

A rotator cuff injury can be extremely painful and disruptive to your routine. It can be caused by an acute injury, consistent overuse such as a sports injury, or degeneration due to aging. Whatever the cause of your rotator cuff injury, there are a lot of treatments available. Rotator cuff repair is a long and… Continue Reading

PRP Therapy for Partial Ligament Tears

Partial ligament tears can occur in the shoulder, elbow, knee, hip, or any other joint. These injuries often lead to surgery in orthopedic medicine. But with PRP therapy, surgery may be supplemented or avoided entirely. There are some great benefits to using PRP therapy in partial ligament tears. What is PRP Therapy? PRP is platelet… Continue Reading

Avoiding Tommy John Surgeries in Child Athletes

Child athletes are being placed under increasing pressure to perform in competitive sports year round. As their bodies are still growing, this added stress can often lead to injury. One of the most common injuries in young athletes is a tear in the ulnar collateral ligament of the elbow, especially among children who play competitive… Continue Reading

Avoiding Opioids: Pain Management Alternatives

With the new concerns over opioid use, many doctors are requiring patients to seek out alternatives for pain management. Opioids have some serious drawbacks, including the potential for addiction and digestive issues with extended use. If you are looking for an alternative for your pain management, there are a lot of options available. PRP Therapy… Continue Reading

Physical Therapy: What You Need to Know

You may have recently been referred to physical therapy. Physical therapy is often used either alone or in conjunction with other treatments before resorting to surgery for injuries and medical conditions that cause pain or limit mobility. You may be wondering what physical therapy will be like, or how it will help you. What Is… Continue Reading

What to Expect After Knee Replacement Surgery

Knee replacement surgery can seem like a scary proposition. You will have several weeks of recovery ahead of you after this type of surgery, and you may not be able to do some things for yourself at first. In reality, recovery from knee replacement surgery is not as scary as it sounds. Here is what… Continue Reading

Nonsurgical Treatments for Knee Osteoarthritis

Knee osteoarthritis can cause extreme pain, swelling, and limited mobility. It is important to seek treatment for osteoarthritis early to slow and mitigate damage to the cartilage. Surgery should be the last resort to deal with knee osteoarthritis, since several nonsurgical treatments are often effective. Medications Several medications have been approved to treat osteoarthritis pain.… Continue Reading


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