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11 November 2016
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Amniotic Allograft Stem Cells Offer Unique Benefits

11 November 2016, Comments: 0

Stem cell therapy has quickly become the leading method of regenerative medicine that holds the potential to relieve a myriad of conditions without any surgery or risk. One of the newest stem cell therapy treatments available is Amniotic Allograft Stem Cell Therapy (AASCT) that holds the promise of resolving many different health issues, including joint pain. Understanding the Basics of […]

16 September 2016
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Minimally Invasive Joint Surgery: A Bad Idea

16 September 2016, Comments: 0

Revolutionary Treatment? Stem cell therapy for the treatment of orthopedic conditions is gaining popularity and acceptance. This is a mixed blessing. Patients are better informed about how stem cell therapy can help them, but, there is also a lot of misinformation and creative marketing out there that patients need to be aware of. For example, I recently saw an ad […]

2 September 2016
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Yet Another Reason to Avoid Joint Surgeries

2 September 2016, Comments: 0

Stem cell treatment is an alternative to joint surgeries. In the past we have discussed the many reasons to avoid joint surgery. These reasons include: increased costs, unnecessary risks, long recovery periods, and suboptimal outcomes. Over the past several years, and especially the last 2 years, the evidence supporting the widespread use of joint surgeries has been questioned. This article […]

19 April 2016
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Spinal Fusions: Necessary Treatment?

19 April 2016, Comments: 0

Two decades ago lumbar spinal fusions were relatively rare. Most surgeries of the lumbar spine involved a decompressive laminectomy (removal of bone) without a fusion. But, over that time span, the rate of spinal fusions in the USA has increased at an alarming rate: a fifteen-fold increase between 2002 and 2007 alone. Now, almost half of all lumbar spine surgeries […]

16 April 2016
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Treating Multiple Sclerosis With Stem Cells

16 April 2016, Comments: 0

Encouraging, positive results of a clinical trial using a new stem cell therapy to treat Multiple Sclerosis (MS) are about to be presented next week at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Neurology. This is a phase I clinical trial performed at the Tisch MS Research Center of New York. Phase I clinical trials are designed to determine […]

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