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20 May 2017
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Thanks to PRP, Your Injury Doesn’t Have to Slow You Down

20 May 2017, Comments: 0

Whether you are a professional athlete or weekend warrior, the last thing you want to endure is an injury that forces you to the sidelines for any amount of time. This is especially true if your injury requires a surgery that places you into an even longer and painful recovery time, just to hope that you can still participate in […]


10 May 2017
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Yes, You Can Alleviate Your Arthritis Pain Permanently

10 May 2017, Comments: 0

When penicillin was first discovered by Alexander Fleming in 1928 and then used to cure the first patient, an infant with an infection, in 1930, it completely transformed the medical industry. Less than 100 years later, scientists have achieved the 21st century equivalent of penicillin: stem cell therapy. Stem cells exist naturally in the body but have only recently been […]


15 April 2017
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Which Professional Athletes Have Utilized Regenerative Medicine?

15 April 2017, Comments: 0

Stem cell therapy and platelet-rich plasma treatments have been growing in popularity over the last decade, and famous athletes and celebrities can be given credit for helping to generate public awareness about these transformative procedures. Major names like Kobe Bryant, Alex Rodriguez, and Tiger Woods have all utilized regenerative medicine techniques to keep their bodies in top form and accelerate […]


20 March 2017
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The Neck Pain Treatment that Really Works

20 March 2017, Comments: 0

As the connection between your head and torso, your neck plays a critical role in the overall function of the upper body. If you are one of the many Americans coping with chronic neck pain, then you understand just how disruptive a neck injury can be to your daily life. Medicine has finally advanced enough to produce stem cell treatments […]


10 March 2017
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Chronic Pain Doesn’t Have to Become a Way of Life

10 March 2017, Comments: 0

Chronic pain has become an epidemic in America. When defined as recurrent and long-lasting pain over a span of six months, more than 30 percent of Americans report that they are living with chronic pain. This is considered to be neuropathic pain, which may start as an injury but eventually devolves into pain that is difficult to treat and unresponsive […]


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