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20 November 2021
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Stem Cell Treatment for Osteoarthritis

20 November 2021, Comments: 0

Osteoarthritis is a chronic, often debilitating condition that impacts over 32.5 million adults in the United States. Also referred to as “wear and tear” arthritis or OA, people all too often assume that little can be done to reverse osteoarthritis after it has occurred. But, with advancements in regenerative medicine, there are now non-surgical treatments available to help repair the […]


10 November 2021
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How Regenerative Medicine Can Help You Avoid Surgery

10 November 2021, Comments: 0

Whether due to anesthesia fears, potential complications of the procedure, or underlying health concerns, many patients want to avoid surgery. Surgery used to be the sole treatment option for many conditions and injuries. Now, we have regenerative medicine, which enables patients to make a full recovery without undergoing surgery.  Regenerative Treatment Options The main regenerative treatment options available today are […]


20 October 2021
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How Can I Tell if I Have a Herniated Disc?

20 October 2021, Comments: 0

A herniated disc is a spinal injury that occurs when the soft interior of a spinal disc protrudes through a crack in the tough exterior of the disc. The injured disc may press on a nearby nerve, often leading to pain, weakness, and stiffness, among other symptoms.  Back pain is extremely common. So, if you’re experiencing persistent back pain, it […]


10 October 2021
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Common Risk Factors That Lead to a Herniated Disc

10 October 2021, Comments: 0

A herniated disc occurs when the soft, jelly-like interior of a spinal disc pushes through a crack in the tough exterior of the disc. This generally occurs as a result of disc degeneration, which occurs naturally with age. Wear and tear over time make the spinal discs more susceptible to tearing, even with small movements of the spine.  Risk Factors […]


20 September 2021
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Identifying the Signs of Carpal Ligament Instability

20 September 2021, Comments: 0

Your wrists and hands are intricate combinations of bones, tendons, and ligaments. Namely, one small part of the wrist is the carpal tunnel, which protects the tendons and the median nerve that are essential to the function of the wrist and fingers. The carpal ligament extends over the carpal tunnel and stabilizes the structures in the wrist. So, when carpal […]


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