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20 April 2020
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Stem Cell Therapy Vs. Joint Replacement: What You Need to Know

20 April 2020, Comments: 0

If you have chronic joint problems, your doctor may have suggested joint replacement. Although most doctors try to avoid surgery when possible, often the most effective treatment for joint pain is to replace the joint. Now some doctors are using stem cell therapies to try to avoid surgery. Here’s what you need to know. Why Avoid Joint Replacement? Most doctors […]

10 April 2020
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The Effectiveness of Stem Cell Therapy for Joints

10 April 2020, Comments: 0

There are a number of conditions that can cause joint deterioration or joint pain, although the most common is arthritis. Regardless of what causes your joint pain and stiffness, stem cell therapy could be an alternative treatment. Here’s what you need to know about stem cell therapy for joints and how it is effective. What Is Stem Cell Therapy for […]

20 March 2020
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Symptoms and Treatment of a Torn Rotator Cuff

20 March 2020, Comments: 0

Do you have shoulder pain that only seems to get worse? Most of us have regular aches and pains throughout the day. Sometimes a pain will last for hours, sometimes for days or weeks. Many people ignore the pain and accept it as “part of getting older.” But when the pain you have increases in intensity or frequency or when […]

10 March 2020
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What the Tendons Do and How to Treat Strains

10 March 2020, Comments: 0

Many people are not aware of the difference between ligaments and tendons, and it can cause some confusion if you get a joint injury. A ligament is fibrous tissue connecting bone to bone. A tendon is fibrous tissue that connects muscle to bone or muscle to a structure like an eyeball.  When you stretch the ligament but don’t tear it, […]

20 February 2020
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Joint Instability and What You Can Do About It

20 February 2020, Comments: 0

Joint instability is an issue that can arise with many potential causes. What you probably know as the patient is that your joint feels weak and is not able to function normally. It may also be painful. Joint instability doesn’t have to be a foregone conclusion or something that you have to live with indefinitely. There are several treatment options […]

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