Blog - Page 18 of 25 - Regenerative Orthopedic Institute

21 October 2015
Comments: 0

Helping an Aging Patient with Knee Osteoarthritis: A 2 Year Follow Up

21 October 2015, Comments: 0

Jacqueline M. is a pleasant lady who was 81 years old when she first came to see us in late 2013. She had constant, severe pain in her left knee that prevented her from doing most of her activities of daily living. She was unable to enjoy one of her favorite hobbies: gardening. She had physical therapy and injections of […]


14 October 2015
Comments: 0

I Still Have Pain After a Knee Replacement Surgery…Now what?

14 October 2015, Comments: 0

I frequently see patients who complain of knee pain that either was not improved, or that it got worse, after a knee replacement surgery.  Unfortunately, this is a very difficult problem to manage. Ruby C. is a female in her mid-fifties that came to our clinic today complaining of persistent, and severe, pain in both knees after having one knee […]


13 October 2015
Comments: 0

The Burden of Knee Replacement Surgery

13 October 2015, Comments: 0

The number of knee replacement surgeries in the USA has been steadily increasing in the last decade. In 2010, more than 700,000 knee joint replacement (and more than 500,000 knee arthroscopic) surgeries were performed in the USA. With the aging of the Baby Boomers, this number is expected to increase sharply in the next decade as well. It is estimated […]


7 October 2015
Comments: 0

Maintaining Healthy Stem Cells

7 October 2015, Comments: 0

Stem cell therapy is emerging as an effective, non-surgical alternative for the treatment of a variety of musculoskeletal conditions. Mesenchymal stem cells are harvested from your body, isolated, and concentrated, and then introduced to a damaged or degenerated tissue in order to repair it. The stem cells reproduce, differentiate, and become like little repairmen, while also secreting chemicals that act […]


6 October 2015
Comments: 0

Get Up and Move Around

6 October 2015, Comments: 0

I have previously blogged about the bad health consequences of sitting all day long. The vast majority of Americans sit for an average of over 7 hours a day. Sitting for most of your day puts you at an increased risk of diabetes, heart disease, certain types of cancer, and a shorter life span. Of course, sitting all day will […]


‹ Prev page1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Next page ›