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30 August 2015
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Stem Cells: Fountain of Youth?

30 August 2015, Comments: 0

We have stem cells all over our body. Every single tissue and organ in our body suffers constant damage that needs to be repaired. The ability to repair our tissues is dependent on the regenerative capacity of stem cells. Aging is thought to be the loss of that regenerative capacity. As our tissues can’t be repaired fast enough, then damage […]


29 August 2015
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Running With Knee and Hip Osteoarthritis

29 August 2015, Comments: 0

  Conventional wisdom has been that running is bad for your knees and hips, and that patients with knee and hip osteoarthritis should refrain from running and switch their activity program to other forms of low impact exercise. That conventional wisdom has recently being challenged by several medical studies that have found that running not only doesn’t increase your risk […]


26 August 2015
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Can Fat affect Your Joint Pain?

26 August 2015, Comments: 0

Visceral fat, or abdominal fat is a key factor that triggers off a variety of health and joint problems. Excessive belly fat results in more weight acting on the joints which strains and hurts the back, knees or hips. Besides this increased mechanical stress on the joints, belly fat also increases the risk of chronic inflammation in the body. This […]


23 July 2015
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Back in Competition After Stem Cell Therapy

23 July 2015, Comments: 0

Wanda O is a competitive triathlete who had to stop training due to knee pain. I’ll let her tell her own story: “ I’ve been a triathlete since 2008 and I’ve done over 23 triathlons including a half-ironman. For the last three years, my left knee has been giving me a lot of trouble and pain to the point of […]


6 July 2015
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I Have Knee Pain and A Torn Meniscus…Now What?

6 July 2015, Comments: 0

This is a frequent occurrence in any clinic treating patients with knee pain: A middle aged patient develops pain in a knee. Patient goes to an orthopedic surgeon who orders an MRI scan of that knee. MRI scan gets done and it shows a tear in a meniscus.  (The meniscus is a C-shaped piece of cartilage located inside the knee […]


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